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First Look: CZ-USA 600 Series Rifles

CZ-USA recently introduced the 600 Series, a new generation of bolt-action rifles loaded with premium features and specifically designed for multiple shooting disciplines.

First Look: Primary Arms Optics ACCS Apollo Reticle

Primary Arms Optics is rolling out a new reticle option for long-range marksmanship, the ACSS Apollo .308/6.5 Grendel reticle, now available for the SLx 3-18x50 mm first-focal-plane riflescope.

SAAMI Announces Ammunition Equivalency Online Resources

The Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers’ Institute (SAAMI) is pleased to announce it has added two new web-based resources. The new documents help clarify the interchangeability of certain ammunition in a specified firearm chamber, and identify the names of equivalent and historical cartridges.

First Look: Hornady SnapSafe Modular Safe

Gun safes rarely move after that Olympic weightlifting team squeezes it through your front door. It’s ideal, intimidating and there’s no doubt it deters everything except professional thieves with explosives training. Unfortunately, the monoliths don’t fit in every home and the job market is more mobile than ever. 

What Causes Light Primer Strikes?

Light primer strikes aren’t always indicative of faulty ammunition. Judicious troubleshooting should be applied to the gun and multiple types of ammo to isolate the culprit.

Alternate Sources for Ammo

With ammunition being in extremely short supply these days, I have resorted to sourcing ammo anywhere I can.

What’s the Deal With Caliber?

Caliber is a critical aspect of ammunition, but it is something that is also often misunderstood or misrepresented. As it relates to firearms, caliber by definition—according to Merriam-Webster—is either A: the diameter of a bullet or other projectile, or B: the diameter of the bore of a gun usually expressed in hundredths or thousandths of an inch and typically written as a decimal, such as .35 caliber.

The Frugal Man’s Custom Precision Rifle

When I conceived the rifle, I wanted to explore the concept of somebody who is reasonably handy with tools building a precision rifle on the kitchen table or in the basement. I wanted an economy “bolt-together” rifle, with the idea to customize it with select parts and gear while staying within a working-man’s budget. The other important thing is it must shoot well enough to earn the title Precision Rifle.

First Look: Primary Arms Optics ACSS Griffin X Mil Reticle for SLx Riflescope

Primary Arms Optics has released a new ACSS Griffin X MIL reticle option for the SLx 1-8x24 mm FFP Rifle Scope.

How the NRA Helped Normalize Suppressor Use

Beneficial safety equipment to be sure, the sound suppressor is becoming much more widely accepted, thanks to NRA’s efforts.

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