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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: Kriss Vector Gen II SDP-SB 9mm

by G&A Staff 0

People who pick up the Kriss Vector Gen II 9mm pistol won’t suffer much buyer’s remorse.


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 Silent-SR 10/22 Takedown ISB

by Chris Mudgett 0

Ruger’s Integrally Suppressed Barrel assembly for the 10/22 takedown.


Del-Ton Echo 316M Review

by G&A Staff 0

Based off its performance and features offered for the money, Del-Ton, a North Carolina-based company, makes AR-pattern rifles very efficiently.


The Right Tools: Steyr SSG 08

by Chris Mudgett 0

Guns & Ammo was invited to attend the first open enrollment course at the U.S. Optics Academy. Located in Apple… more »


Barrett REC7 Gen II DI Review

by G&A Staff 0

The Barrett name is synonymous with .50-caliber rifles and long-range precision. The past several years have significantly broadened the Barrett… more »


Kimber Adirondack Review

by G&A Staff 0

In his book “Wilderness Hunting and Wildcraft,” Col. Townsend Whelen wrote, “A man will travel farther, hunt over more country,… more »


Barnes VOR-TX .300 Blackout TAC-TX Ammo Review

by Dusty Gibson 0

CRUSH IT WITH COPPER Developing a do-it-all cartridge has been the objective of almost every major cartridge designer and wildcatter… more »


Marlin 1894 Rifle Review

by G&A Staff 19

There was a lot of moaning and groaning from the gun world when Freedom Group purchased Marlin Firearms Company. Thoughts… more »


Colt Competition “Pro” CRP-18 Rifle Review

by G&A Staff 4

Every skilled trade requires specialized tools to get the job done right, and the shooting sports follow suit with dedicated… more »


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 »


Lewis Machine & Tool SLK8 Review

by G&A Staff 0

One of the most useful aspects of AR-15-pattern rifles is their modularity. Usually, all it takes to change calibers is… 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 »


Salient Arms International Tier 1 AR-15 Review

by Tom Beckstrand 22

A large part of the AR industry is building rifles from parts made by three primary manufacturers. Most of the time… more »


The Jazz Singer: IWI Tavor Review

by Eric R. Poole 5

The Tavor is quickly becoming the primary rifle issued to members of the Israeli Defense Force (IDF). In a place… 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 »


Diamondback DB-15 Review

by Tom Beckstrand 16

Readers who are big into airboats will probably recognize the name “Diamondback.” The company has been making airboats since 1989… more »

Rock River Arms X-Series

Rock River Arms X-Series Review

by Tom Beckstrand 2

Rock River Arms has been in the AR business since 1996, which makes it ancient in the AR world. Back… 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 »



by Eric R. Poole 1

Tom Beckstrand passed me the rifle after uncasing it from the low-pro guitar case and said, “In my opinion, this… 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 »


Ruger SR-762 Video Review

by Guns & Ammo TV 11

Ruger has expanded its line of piston-driven, semi-automatic centerfire rifles to include the SR-762. Chambered in .308 Win., the SR-762… more »



by Tom Beckstrand 8

Years ago, Darren Mellors and Jesse Gomez both frequented the Internet chat room called the “FAL Files.” This was the… more »

Alexander Arms .338 Lapua Magnum

Alexander Arms .338 Lapua Magnum Review

by Tom Beckstrand 2

If the shooting industry could present an award for the most exotic and accurate design of the last 25 years,… 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 »

Core-15 Tac III

Core-15 Tac III Rifle Review

by Patrick Sweeney 12

The AR-15 was, to a great extent, designed to be manufactured as a precision-machined industrial product. Many of the parts… more »


At the Range: British Bren Light Machine Gun Review

by Guns & Ammo TV 0

The .303 British Bren light machine gun was originally developed as a replacement for the Lewis gun, which was prone… more »

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