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Desert Tech Covert: Shortest 7.62 Sniper Ever

by Eric R. Poole 0

In this review, Eric Poole takes an exclusive look at the Desert Tech Covert: Shortest 7.62 Sniper Ever.


Review: Ruger American Ranch Rifle .450 Bushmaster

by G&A Staff 0

The low cost, tremendous accuracy and ballistic horsepower of the Ruger American Ranch Rifle .450 Bushmaster make it a solid choice for a wide range of tasks.


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 12

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 5

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 11

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 5

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 3

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 14

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 11

“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.

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