The national ammo shortage might have slowed the sales of contemporary rimfires, but the collectable variety are demanding top dollar at one auction house.
Have a hankering to chase varmints or knock out the bull's eye? Then Browning might have what you're looking for in two new variants of one of its popular bolt-action lines.
As will happen when there is a ton of new products hitting the market, a few fly under the radar. Such was the case with this year's SHOT Show. So we've rounded up a few of the firearms that got away after their introduction a month ago.
Rock Island Auction is shooting for the stars in 2015, with one of the company's largest events upcoming. Check out some of the rare and historic handguns and rifle that will be crossing the block.
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Legendary professional hunter Harry Selby launched the .416 Rigby into the limelight. The cartridge's performance in magazine-fed rifles and against dangerous game kept it popular.
There is no doubt the firearms market has been red hot the past couple years, especially for AR-style rifles. So what does the future hold for these popular firearms?
With Savage's release of three new suppressor-ready rimfire rifles, the company now has nine firearms that accept silencers in their catalog.
The successful Ruger Scout Rifle — originally chambered in the heavier-hitting .308 cartridge — will now be offered in 5.56 NATO, making it both a practical scout-style rifle for tactical use and a sweet varmint hunting rig.