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  • January 22, 2014

    Mossberg 500 vs. Remington 870: We Settle the Debate Once and For All-4

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    We took two classic pump guns and beat the snot out them to determine which is tougher: the Mossberg 500 or the Remington 870.  Check out our Battle of the Boat Paddles.

    Duck Dunk
    Both shotguns were dropped from 3 feet into a clay-mud hole with the action open. They stayed submerged for one minute, and the process was repeated three times. Afterward, each shotgun was rinsed out, loaded, and shot. Both accepted shells with no problem. The Mossberg’s slide became considerably more gritty than the Remington’s, but both were up to the task. Upon firing, the Remington’s trigger stuck initially, but then it worked without flaw.

    Winner: The 500, because it functioned slightly better than the 870.

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  • January 21, 2014

    Nightforce SHV: An Affordable High-End Scope ... No, Seriously -1

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    Nightforce was able to keep the costs down on its new SHV (Shooter, Hunter, Varminter) by utilizing simpler controls, employing a less complex manufacturing process, and by reducing the overbuilding that goes into their tactical scopes. The SHV will stand up to any kind of sane treatment, but you can’t break rocks with it, or chock truck tires, or beat recalcitrant mules, as you can with the higher-priced Nightforces.

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  • January 21, 2014

    New Tactical Rifle: Armalite AR-31-0

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    The AR-30A1 has earned a reputation as a super-accurate, long-range rifle, and now it's little brother, the AR-31, is looking to build upon that reputation in 2014. The new AR-31 is chambered in .308 (the AR-30A1 is chambered in either .300 Win. Mag. or .338 Lapua) and can be used with Armalite's AR-10B double-stack magazines, meaning you can use 5, 10, 15, 20, and 25 round mags.

    Even the short-action version of the rifle is a beast. It has a total length of 45.4 inches and weighs 14 pounds. It will retail for about $3,400.

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  • January 21, 2014

    Best New Guns from SHOT Show 2014-0

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    Last week, the Outdoor Life and Field & Stream editors waded through the mass of new guns and gear at the 2014 SHOT Show in Las Vegas. In this post, we've highlighted the 11 most interesting new shotguns, rifles, and handguns of the year. From sleek upland bird shotguns, to long-range bolt-action rifles, to competition ARs, the show had a little bit of everything for every kind of shooter or hunter.

    Check out the sneak peek (you can't fully review a gun from a showroom floor) and then make sure to check out the June/July issue for our annual Gun Test where we put the screws to the best new firearms on the market.

    Nosler 26 and Nosler Patriot


    Meet the new, screaming fast Nosler 26 cartridge and Patriot rifle. It's a flat-shooting, big-game cartridge offered in a 129-grain bullet (3,400 fps muzzle velocity) and a 140-grain bullet (3,300 fps muzzle velocity). The Patriot is a production rifle based on the M48 action and will retail for about $1,600.

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  • January 20, 2014

    New Shotgun: Caesar Guerini Invictus-0

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    This high-end shotgun company is looking to combine beauty and brawn with its new Invictus Over/Under. Guerini has moved the hinge pins and utilized a replaceable block in the receiver for an extremely durable design. The company says this gun can handle more than 1 million rounds — that's probably more than your shoulder can handle.

    On top of it all, you get the classic good looks of a Caesar Guerini gun.

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  • January 20, 2014

    OL Reader Questions with Eva Shockey, Pt. 2-0

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    F&S and OL interviewed hunting legend Jim Shockey's daughter Eva Shockey in our video suite. The 26 year old is an up-and-comer in the hunting industry and has already hunted all over the world. We tapped our readers for questions and then let the cameras roll.

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  • January 19, 2014

    New Tactical Scopes: Burris XTR 2 Series -0

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    The XTR 2 Series is Burris' latest push into the tactical scope market. This series of scopes has a wide range of magnification options, from 1-5 to 8-40, and includes a ton of features. The scope in the video is a first focal plan mil scope, but it utilizes a donut-shaped reticle feature on the second focal plane. This reticle doesn't change sizes as you zoom up or down in magnification. The scope also includes an offset mount and a red dot sight. 

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  • January 19, 2014

    New Shotgun: Cabela's Brings Back the Beretta Onyx-0

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    Beretta hasn't offered the Onyx model in years, but, now, Cabela's has resurrected it. The shotgun is offered in a sporting version, trap gun, and field gun. It has the standard features of any other Beretta over/under with a low profile and strong action. It's a handsome gun with a black anodized receiver and an upper mid-grade walnut stock. The gun sells for about $2,500.

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  • January 18, 2014

    New Rifle Scope: Leupold VX-6 7-42X56 -0

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    This big scope from Leupold is designed for serious F-Class competition shooters. It's an MOA scope and the version in the video is a prototype, so we can tell you too much about it yet. But, the VX6 has proven itself to be a solid and functional design. It will retail for about $2,000.

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  • January 17, 2014

    NSSF: Target-shooters' Contribute $23B to National Economy-0

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    About 21 million Americans enjoyed target-shooting in 2012, contributing $23 billion to the national economy and supporting more than 185,000 jobs, according to a report released by the National Shooting Sport Foundation at the SHOT Show in Las Vegas.

    The report, "Target Shooting in America," is the NSSF's first-ever analysis of the economic impact of target shooting to the nation's economy. It looks at spending by target shooters at the state and national levels and how that spending supports businesses and jobs.

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