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Weatherby Rifles

Weatherby rifles set a standard for magnum-caliber hunting rifles. Weatherby expanded on that legacy with the introduction of the Weatherby TRR (Threat Response Rifle). In addition to manufacturing rifles in the United States, Weatherby also imports Howa rifles from Japan. Articles on Weatherby Rifles Weatherby gives women out-of-the-box accuracy Weatherby has made a version of the Vanguard for just about ...

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Remington 700

The Remington 700 bolt-action centerfire rifle was introduced in 1962 and is considered by many to be the most accurate out-of-the-box production rifle on the market. Articles on the Remington 700 The Remington 700 When the Remington Model 700 first appeared 38 years ago, it was an instant hit with American shooters. Since that time, more than 3 1/2 million ...

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History of the M1903A1 Sniper Rifle

by Dieter Stenger, Curator of Ordnance, United States Marine Corps Museum During the 1920s and 1930s, the .30-caliber M1903 Springfield rifle served as the principle military service match rifle. In 1908, the M1903 became the official National Match (NM) rifle. By 1910, select rifles were test-fired and their barrels star-gauged for accuracy. In 1929, the NM rifle was modified with ...

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The M16A2 5.56mm rifle is a lightweight, air-cooled, gas-operated, magazine-fed, shoulder- or hip-fired weapon designed for either automatic fire (3-round bursts) or semiautomatic fire (single shot) through the use of a selector lever. The weapon has a fully adjustable rear sight. The bottom of the trigger guard opens to provide access to the trigger while wearing winter mittens. The upper ...

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Remington Rifles

Some of the most popular Remington rifles are: Remington 700 Remington 710 Articles on Remington Rifles Remington goes retro alled the “Guide Rifle.” it could serve well in that capacity, and with its 22-inch barrel, it does qualify as a rifle. Cosmetically, it looks a lot like the old Model 600. The ventilated rib is there, nut it’s now made ...

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