Buying Guide for the Best Rimfire Scope

Rimfire bullets have a great history as they were the very first cartridge ammunitions inventions. Through time, they have remained popular even with the increase of competition. The reason behind their remained popularity is because of production of quality products. One of their most sought for products today is their scope. There is no question that … Read more

Best Rifle Scope Reviews – Ultimate Buyers Guide

Quick Navigation What is a Rifle Scope?How It WorksTypes of Rifle ScopesBenefits of the Best Rifle ScopeHow to Choose the Best Rifle ScopeMagnificationField of View (FOV)Objective Lens DiameterReticleOther factorsTop Rated Rifle Scope Reviews and RatingsBest Rifle Scope Under $1000Best Rifle Scope Under $500Best Rifle Scope Under $200Best Rifle Scope Under $100Conclusion What is a Rifle … Read more

The 5 Best .22-250 Rifles for Varmint Hunting (Written by Bill Bernhardt)

While most long range rifle shooters seem to have a distinct preference for flat shooting rifle cartridges, this feature is especially important to varmint hunters who commonly hunt small sized prey at what most hunters would consider to be exceptionally long ranges.  In addition, because most varmint species are relatively small and, because the purpose … Read more

The 5 Best .234 Rifles for Hunting Both Varmints and Deer

Introduced by Winchester in 1955 for use in the Winchester Model 70 bolt-action rifle, the .243 Winchester cartridge uses the .308 Winchester case as its parent case but is necked down to accept .243 caliber bullets. Nonetheless, this cartridge quickly gained popularity among hunters worldwide and consequently, just about every major firearms manufacturer now offers rifles chambered … Read more

Modern Snipers: The Best .338 Lapua Rifles And Their Amazing Features

In 1983, the U.S. Military began development of a new, long range, sniper cartridge with ballistic performance that exceeded that of the .300 Winchester Mangum but, which fired a smaller diameter bullet with significantly less recoil than the .50 BMG cartridge. Thus, the initial cartridge was developed by Research Armament Industries (RAI) in the United States … Read more