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7 Best New Cartridges for Long-Range Precision

The interest in long range precision shooting continues to rise; it seems like everyone wants to ring steel targets that are 10 football fields away. Here's a look at seven new cartridges that are great for long-range precision.

First Look: Savage 110 Ultralite Rifle in Kuiu Verde 2.0

Savage’s 110 Ultralite rifle is now available in Kuiu Verde 2.0 camouflage, an exceptional pattern that is anything but traditional.

First Look: Red Arrow Weapons RAW10 Rifle

Red Arrow Weapons recently introduced the RAW10 rifle, an AR-10-style rifle chambered in .308 Winchester.

The New Gun Owner's Guide to Handgun & Rifle Calibers

If you’re new to the shooting world, there are a lot of things that can be confusing about ammunition, firearms, and calibers. Here’s a guide to help ease some confusion.

New for 2020: Bushnell AR Optics 4.5-18x40 mm Riflescope

The new Bushnell AR Optics 4.5-18x40 riflescope is a general purpose optical sight that will work just as well up close as it does for extended distances.

First Look: Choate C. Mod Stock

Choate Machine & Tool now offers a unique, customizable stock in the form of its new C. Mod design, which allows users to change components without affecting the core bedding of the stock and action.

.308 Win. vs. 7.62 NATO: What's the Difference?

The .308 Win. and 7.62 NATO are popular calibers among tactical shooters, but what's the difference between the two? Which ones can be safely shot in what guns? Find out the details here.

.50 Beowulf AR-15: A Home Defense Option?

Alexander Arms developed an AR-15 that shoots a big-bore cartridge the company calls the .50 Beowulf. Why does it belong in your collection? Learn more about it here.

.308 Win. vs. 6.5 Creedmoor: Which is Better?

The 6.5 Creedmoor and the .308 Win. are two of the most popular short-action precision cartridges on the market, but which one is better for you? Check out the pros and cons of each here.

Remington M40A1 in 6.5 Creedmoor

For nearly 50 years the .308 Win. has been the only choice for Marine Corps scout snipers, married to the M40 scout sniper rifle platform since its introduction in the mid 1960’s.

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