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Ruger American Revolution Review

by Kyle Lamb 10

“Something this cheap shouldn’t shoot this good.” — Tom Beckstrand These were words uttered by fellow Guns & Ammo writer “Tommy”… more »


New .26 Nosler: Nosler M48 Trophy Grade Rifle Review

by Craig Boddington 11

WHEN I WAS A KID, the .264 Winchester Magnum was the brightest star on the horizon. Introduced in 1958, it… more »

CZ 455 Varmint Precision Trainer

CZ 455 Varmint Precision Trainer Review

by Tom Beckstrand 4

A few years ago, I attended the U.S. Marine Corps Scout/Sniper Advanced Course in Quantico, Virginia. The course was six… more »

APA Paragon

APA Paragon Rifle Review

by Tom Beckstrand 0

It’s hard not to love the .338 Lapua Magnum. With a ballistic coefficient (BC) of .767 in Lapua’s 300-grain Scenar… more »


Tracking Point Precision Guided Firearm Review

by Eric R. Poole 6

This smart rifle doesn’t shoot itself. Rather, it still requires users to locate the target, input windage, place the rifle… more »


M24 Makeover: Remington M2010 Rifle Review

by Tom Beckstrand 4

The M2010 project was the result of several years of design work updating the M24 that has been in service… more »


Ruger American Rimfire Review

by G&A Staff 13

The 10/22, one of William B. Ruger’s most successful firearms designs, is 50 years old in 2014. Coincidentally, Ruger is… more »

CZ 557 Sporter

Big-Game Classic: CZ 557 Sporter Review

by Eric R. Poole 2

It’s ironic when you think about it. American gunmakers continue to develop more efficient, high-volume, low-cost manufacturing processes and finding… more »


Mossberg MVP Patrol Review

by Craig Boddington 11

Well, my cop friends—active and retired, representing several different agencies—liked Mossberg’s MVP Patrol. Here’s what impressed them: It’s compact, at… more »


CZ M550 American Safari Magnum Review

by Steve Gash 1

Let’s get something straight right up front: In the realm of safari rifles, the .375 H&H Magnum really has no… more »


Well Worth the Weight: Kimber 84M Mountain Ascent Review

by Craig Boddington 4

There’s one thing I don’t like about Kimber’s new Mountain Ascent: It only comes with a right-hand bolt. This drives… more »


Browning X-Bolt Composite Stalker Review

by Payton Miller 6

It wouldn’t be stretching things to say that the Browning’s X-Bolt—introduced in 2009—represents an improvement over the company’s A-Bolt, which… more »


Apocalypse Sniper: APA Zombie Sniper Review

by Tom Beckstrand 31

During a Zombie Apocalypse, we will survive only by working together in teams. The idea of surviving for long as… more »


CZ 455 Varmint Evolution Review

by G&A Online Editors 8

A couple of issues ago we reviewed CZ’s 455 FS, a very traditional-looking Mannlicher-stocked bolt-action sporter in .22 WMR—definitely on… more »


Big Iron, Little Iron: CZ Model 550 American Safari Review

by Wayne van Zwoll 4

He loaded up as if the rifle were a .30-06, thumbing the cigar-size .505 Gibbs rounds onto the follower as… more »


A New Dimension: T/C Dimension Review

by Layne Simpson 6

Several American companies have offered switch-barrel rifles through the years, but none has come close to the commercial success of… more »


All American: Ruger American Rifle Review

by J. Guthrie 64

In the not-so-distant past, before I was old enough to drive and worry about truck payments, I toiled in the… more »


Euro-Elegant: The CZ 455 FS Review

by Payton Miller 4

  The .17 HMR and the Hornady Mach 2 made a huge splash several years back with rimfire hunters and… more »


A Hunter’s Rifle: Nosler Model 48 Trophy Grade Review

by Steve Gash 2

In 2006 Nosler, Inc. introduced the Model 48 Trophy Grade rifle. The goals were straightforward. Build a high-quality, weather-proof hunting… more »


A Hotter Hornet: Savage Model 25 Review

by Craig Boddington 14

The .17 caliber is hardly new. It probably first achieved popularity among Australian fox hunters more than 50 years ago…. more »

Sako TRG M10_001

Contract Contender: Sako TRG M10 Review

by Tom Beckstrand 29

  The Precision Sniper Rifle (PSR) program began in 2007 when SOCOM realized that it needed something capable of shooting… more »


T/C’s New Varminter: The T/C Venture Predator Review

by Steve Gash 2

  Varmint hunting requires specialized tools for all of its various forms. Stand hunters use ponderous rigs with long, heavy… more »


Sako Model 85 Kodiak Review

by Wayne van Zwoll 4

I’ve always liked Sakos. I grew up admiring the .222 Vixen, then the Finnbear and Forester, long- and short-action bolt… more »


G&A Review: Ruger Model 77 in .357

by Payton Miller 17

The .357 Magnum has been used in rifles ever since guys started rechambering shot-out Model 92 Winchesters way back when…. more »


Mossberg 100ATR Review

by Wayne van Zwoll 10

“ATR” stands for All Terrain Rifle. It retails for just $424. Call it an entry-level rifle, if you like. My… more »

Ruger Scout Rifle

Ruger Gunsite Scout Rifle at the Range

by Guns & Ammo TV 59

In this clip from Guns & Ammo TV, Executive Technical Editor Dick Metcalf and Ruger’s Media Relations Director Ken Jorgensen… more »


Weatherby Vanguard Sporter Review

by Steve Gash 1

Weatherby’s legendary Mark V big-game rifle has always offered plenty of class and performance, but it’s a bit out of… more »


Remington Rolling Block Rifle Review

by G&A Staff 0

Remington’s Rolling Block is one of the guns that helped usher firearms into the modern cartridge age.


No Frills: The T/C Venture Review

by Terry Wieland 11

Thompson/Center’s new Venture bolt-action is intended to be one thing only a no-frills rifle that delivers essential features at an… more »


Browning X-Bolt Review

by Wayne van Zwoll 1

The closure of Winchester’s New Haven factory in 2006 made everyone in the shooting industry wince. Now what would happen… more »

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