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Savage's Millionth 1899 Rifle

Utica, N.Y., was once home to the Savage Arms Company, whose lever-action rifles, beginning with the Model 1895, have become the stuff of legend.

Black & Tan

Testing the new accuracy international PSR.

Perfect 10's

Two classic pump-action shotguns have been at the forefront for decades—the Remington Model 870 and Mossberg’s Model 500.

My New Go-To

Darren LaSorte explains why the choice between the Remington 870 and the Mossberg 590 would be a tough one for any gun owner.

A Ruger To Be Reckoned With

When it comes to the 7.62x51, we acknowledge we’re on the edge. Not the edge of liking or not liking, but on the edge of full-blown, comprehensive, in-the-tank-for-it adoration.

Setting Up A New Hunting Rifle, Part I

Darren LaSorte takes you through the first steps of setting up a new hunting rifle.

John Farnam On The Patrol Rifle, Part III – “In The Flesh”

John Farnam talks about his own Farnam Signature in the final M4 Patrol Rifle installment.

Action, For The Action

A hotrod mod that will make your Remington 700 look cooler and shoot—if possible—better.

The Clinton Files II

How Brady used Bill Clinton’s presidency to try and end the private ownership of handguns.

No Doubt About It—Colt’s LE901-16s

Colt’s LE901-16s makes it hard to recall how much doubt stalked the MSR platform.

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