All of our rifle reviews and tests by our shooting experts.
A close look at three versions of the rifle designed to be easy to handle and carry, quick to shoot and reload, accurate to long distances…and very deadly.
It’s a rifle built around a cartridge that’s like a .22 on steroids—and then some. Here’s how it shot.
A close look at the new lever-action built to stand up to tough use and abuse—and how such a gun would fare in a post-disaster situation.
It’s an AR-style rifle that’s built specifically for the 9mm cartridge. Here’s how it handled, operated, and shot—and the advantages of a rifle that shoots the same ammo as…
A unique AR-style rifle adopts some of the looks of a classic deer rifle, but retains the function of a modern gun. Here’s how it performed.
It’s a dedicated long-range shooter with a real-world price of less than a grand. Here’s how the Ruger Precision Rifle performed.
The longest continuously produced bolt-action in the country continues to set standards for what a centerfire rifle should be.
It’s been around in a variety of configurations since 1964, but this semiautomatic, easily modified, fun-to-shoot rimfire is still a top gun.
It’s a folding rifle that comes in either 9mm or .40 S&W—and accepts the same magazines used in many popular pistols. Here’s how this innovative rifle performed.
The company’s new MSR is in 5.56 and switches to .300 ACC Blackout with just a twist.
The predecessor of Modern Sporting Rifles had a rocky rise to fame.
It’s a popular, innovative, affordable centerfire bolt-action rifle that’s different from the rest. That was true about the Ruger M77 47 years ago, and it’s still true today.
The Mauser 98K was the standard service rifle of the German military. It was one of the most-produced rifles in the history of the world—some 12 million of them were made…
The quintessential lever-action may seem quaint by today’s rifle standards, but the Winchester Model 94 a modern marvel of its time.
The company’s first truly new bolt-action in almost 50 years is a shooter—and a good value.
One of the first synthetic-stocked rifles was also one of the most popular rimfires ever made.
The integrity and accuracy of this meticulously built rifle is no hype.
Home defense and plinking? Hunting? Competition? Here are three MSRs that stand out in each category.
The company known for utilitarian field guns comes out with a solid, accurate—and pleasing to eye—big-bore rifle.
Montana Rifle Co. chambers an all-new rifle for a hot long-distance caliber. Here’s how it shot.
The semiautomatic .30-06 that helped win World War II was superior to all other rifles in every way.
The new Savage A17, chambered for the fast and powerful .17 HMR, brings rimfire shooting to a whole new level.
The best-selling bolt-action rifle in America is also a classic American success story.
The “Rifleman’s Rifle” won over shooters and hunters everywhere—at first. Here’s the fascinating story of one of America’s most famous guns.