Of course there are tons of choices when it comes to bolt-action rifles, many that can break the bank. Here we look at 10 guns that have price tags light on the pocketbook.
Starting its life as the main battle cartridge of NATO, the 7.62x51 (.308 Winchesters) has become a favorite of shooters of every stripe. Whether in competition or game field, the snappy .30 caliber is a thumper.
Over-Under shotguns typically can cost a pretty penny to get into. But Stevens' new 555 aims to give shooters an economical option that doesn't scrimp on the features.
One of the most timeless handguns produced has found a dedicated audience in Missouri, with Remington's version of the 1911 flying off the shelves of one gun store.
Since the invention of gunpowder there has been endless debate over the mythical “best all-around cartridge.” There are all sorts of contenders, but one can make a really convincing argument for the .30-06 as that cartridge.
The 9.3x62 Mauser came about as an affordable way to tackle Africa's dangerous game. And it continues to be one of the world's most versatile medium-bore cartridges.
The .270 Winchester is a red-hot round and has become one of the favorites of hunters. Building this cartridge's popularity was famed outdoor writer Jack O'Connor, who used and wrote extensively about the .270.
Deer season typically means one thing, an uptick in the sale of deer guns. For a Virginia pawn shop one particular category of deer rifle has been flying off the shelves, affordable, entry-level models.
Energy is definitely a factor in what is called knockdown power, but there are other facets in play determining if a round will floor game. Location of the hit and construction of the bullet/slug are far more important elements.