Ruger's American Rifle line has proven popular over its short lifespan. And it has continued to grow with the manufacturer adding what amounts to 11 new rifles to the family of bolt-actions.
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.
When it comes to AR-style rifles, there is one for every price range. But few give shooters as much bang for the buck as Colt's 6920.
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.
For years, the .30-30 was North America's most popular cartridge. It's acclaim, in part, was driven by its usefulness as a deer hunting round and as a top performing cartridge in lever-action rifles.
Israel Weapons Industries continues to make plenty of waves in the tactical world. Its most recent, a new bolt-action sniper rifle, is a marked break from the company's previous precision platforms.
Ruger has enlarged its popular American Rifle line with the introduction of the Predator. And like its name suggests, the bolt-action rifle is filled with features certain to win over predator and varmint hunters.
With the utmost flexibility and space-age lines, the Beretta ARX 100 has been among the most anticipated tactical rifles in recent years. But does the carbine live up to its hype? Check out this video review to find out if Beretta done right.