Most of us probably started shooting on one of the many rimfire rifles that have been produced since the round’s 1887 introduction. Whether it be one of the countless versions of the Ruger 10/22, a bolt action Remington or Savage, or in my case a Browning Semi-Auto 22, the .22 LR has a storied history… Continue reading Bergara BMR Review: A Rimfire Wonder
Ruger recently debuted what they term the Small Frame Autoloading Rifle, or SFAR, which is nearly identical to a common 5.56-caliber M4 but carries the satisfying wallop of a .308-caliber AR-10. We’ve put one through its paces and have a full review of why you should– or should not– add one to your gun safe.
One of the fastest-growing categories of rifles today is the chassis gun, essentially a barreled bolt action rifle mated to an adjustable chassis. The difference between a stock and a chassis is that chassis are typically made from aluminum and other materials that provide a more rigid and modular platform for the rifle action to… Continue reading Q Fix Review: The New Era of Chassis Guns?
The AR-15 is America’s favorite rifle, and since its initial release, it has been altered and redesigned in a million different ways. The development of the AR-10 platform has heralded even more revisions of the rifle. The AR-10 is a .308 chambered version of the rifle, and today we are going to take a look… Continue reading Stag Arms Stag 10 Review: Solid Contender or Overpriced AR?
I am a fan of the SIG MPX pistol caliber carbine. Bottom line up front, it’s my main PPC competition gun and home defense rifle, so I like it a lot and I have a lot of confidence in it. However, I don’t recommend it to everyone because of its cost and nuances. I would… Continue reading SIG MPX Review: Understanding SIG’s Premier PCC
The Ruger Precision Rifle kicked off a huge demand for production-level chassis rifles for long-range shooting. These days, just about every bolt-action manufacturer has a chassis-style rifle designed for long-range shooting and events for PRS, at a reasonable price point that is approachable for those new to the sport. Of course, that was almost a… Continue reading Ruger Precision Rifle in 6.5 Creedmoor [Hands-On Review]
The SIG M400 is a popular AR-15 rifle (and one of our favorites) that is known for its accuracy, reliability, and value. It is a great choice for both beginners and experienced shooters. The SIG Sauer M400-SDI XSeries is one of the latest iterations of Sig’s line of AR-style rifles. Utilizing some advancements and upgrades… Continue reading SIG M400 Review: A Duty-Grade AR That Won’t Break the Bank
The Beretta Model 21A, commonly just called the Bobcat, is an ultra-compact semi-auto pistol offered in .22LR and .25 ACP. With a single-stack magazine that gives the user 7-8 rounds, it is fun to shoot, can be dependable in operation with the right ammo, and is easy to load and operate with its “tip-up” barrel… Continue reading Beretta Bobcat Review: A Palm Full of 22 Caliber Prevention
Manufacturing innovation has greatly advanced firearms technology and opened the door to an incredible array of new products for the shooting public. Palmetto State Armory (PSA) has long been known for offering economic firearms, and its freedom-over-profit business model has helped perhaps millions of Americans reach their second amendment goals. Today we will be visiting… Continue reading PSA Dagger Review: The Top Budget Glock Clone?
The 5.56×45mm NATO HK416 A5 occupies a kind of iconic status in the world of guns. Its lineage, historical significance, and performance capabilities have made it the go-to rifle in various spheres of the shooting world, from military and law enforcement agencies as well as gun safes of private owners. Its standing is hard to… Continue reading HK416 Review: A New Take on the Iconic HK416