Lakeside guns has a nifty little device that turns your AR into a belt-fed plinker.
The new addition to the popular pistol line gives shooters a heck of an option for training and plinking.
Kirsten Joy Weiss gives the finer points of producing a jack-o-lantern with a .22 rifle.
The .22 rimfire reigns supreme when it comes to American shooters. But just exactly what are these nifty little rounds capable of at the extreme end of their range? You'd be surprised.
Magnum Research has given its .22 rifles a classy new look with the addition of black walnut stocks.
The national ammo shortage might have slowed the sales of contemporary rimfires, but the collectable variety are demanding top dollar at one auction house.
Walther's line of tactical rimfires offers shooters some tacticool in their plinkers. And it has gotten a bit bigger recently with the addition of the Bundeswehr’s current battle rifle.
Given the pressure they generate, perfecting semiautomatic rimfires has been a tricky proposition. But with a unique delayed blowback action, Savage may have hit the sweet spot with its new A17.
Ruger has never shied away from unique firearms designs – the 22 Charger is an example. And the rimfire pistol has returned in all its glory, now available in two models to suit nearly any plinking need.