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11 Best Long-Range Rifles: Go the Distance

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If you’ve never shot a long-range rifle, let me tell you something–you’re missing out!

I don’t think there is a shooter alive that doesn’t get a little giddy at that telltale clink! of a steel target at a couple hundred yards and the sound of your spotter calling your hits. It’s a rush, but if you’re looking to push out to those longer ranges, you’re going to have a much easier time of it with a rifle that is purpose-built to go the distance.

Before you start shelling out for whatever has the highest price tag, let’s chat. We’re gonna walk you through some of the best long-range rifles on the market, and we’re gonna help you figure out which one is right for you.

Sound like a plan? Then let’s jump in!

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Summary of the 11 Best Long Range Rifles

Before we get down the nitty-gritty of each rifle, let’s check out the highlights. Here are the rifles we’re going to be featuring for you today:

RifleFeatures
Bergara B-14 HMRA 24" barrel and crisp trigger pull gives the B-14 HMR fantastic accuracy and consistency--and it's even pretty good looking. The downside: 5-round capacity.
SIG Sauer CROSSThe CROSS is one of SIG's newest offerings, with a 16" or an 18" barrel and quite a few caliber options. Again: 5-round capacity.
Savage Model 10 BA StealthThe Model 10 BA Stealth features a 20" barrel and a buttery smooth action for those quick shots--and a 10-round capacity!
Tikka T3x CTRTikka's T3x CTR comes at you with a 20" barrel, 10-round capacity, and some fun features like a loaded chamber indicator and an adjustable, textured trigger. The best part? Rugged steel magazines!
JP Enterprises LRI-20If you're springing for an LRI-20, you're looking to seriously level up. A 22" barrel, 10-round capacity, and cryo-treated 416R stainless steel barrel are just some of the features that make us swoon.
Ruger Precision RifleThe name is to the point and so is this rifle: 24" or 26" barrel, 10-round capacity, moly-steel uppers, a folding stock, and a multi-magazine interface that can accommodate various magazine types, nothing fiddly here!
Remington 700If you're a customizer to the max, the Rem 700 is your baby. Choose your barrel length (16.5" to 26"), your capacity (3-16 rounds), and more! Besides, the 700 is durable and has a great pedigree.
Savage AXIS II PrecisionThe AXIS II Precision has some seriously bougie parts, like an AccuTrigger and exclusive MDT chassis, but a price tag that's rather modest! A 22" barrel and 10-round capacity gives you a lot to work with.
Browning X-Bolt Max Long Range HunterThe X-Bolt's 26" barrel is one of the longest ones on our list, though the 4-round capacity isn't close to the best. Still, Browning is a trusted name amongst hunters for a reason!
Christensen Arms MPRGet sporty with the lightweight carbon fiber MPR, featuring a 16" barrel and 5- or 10-round capacity! The stock even folds for extra tactical points.
Ruger Hawkeye Long-Range TargetThe Hawkeye is easily one of the longest range rifles on our list, thanks to its 26" barrel, adjustable two-stage trigger, and free-floating cold hammer-forged chrome-moly steel barrel. It makes the 3-4-round capacity count!

What is Long-Range Shooting?

Okay, so I’m pretty sure that, if you’re here, you have an idea of what long-range shooting is. It’s shooting stuff… at long ranges.

Here’s our quick-n-dirty definition, though:

  • Short-range is less than 300 yards
  • Long-range is 300-1200 yards.
  • Extra-long (ELD) range is greater than 1 mile.

Call of Duty may have you thinking that there’s a lot less to long-range shooting than there is, but a surprising number of factors play into making a successful shot: ammo quality and type, wind, temperature, barometric pressure… your gun… you… Anyways, you get my point.

A good long-range rifle will solve a few problems you’re facing, but good ammo, calculating for conditions, and sheer skill also go into making that impossible shot. 

Before we dive into the review, I want to share a few tips to help you make the most of whichever long-range rifle you end up choosing!

Tips for Shooting at Longer Distances

Practice, Practice, Practice

You can’t expect to get good at something without putting in the work, and long-range shooting is no different. Even if you’re training at shorter ranges, you still need to take time to focus on your form, breath control, positioning, and reloads.

Long-range rifles work like any other gun, but the distance serves to magnify even the smallest mistakes. Make sure you’re familiar with your rifle inside and out and spend some time getting to know it at a shorter range first.

Choose a Quality Scope

Arguably, your glass is more important than your gun. A long-range rifle is next to useless without a quality scope on top–and it’ll make your life easier, too, when you can actually see the target.

A common rule of thumb is to spend twice on the scope what you do on the rifle. Sound pricey? It is. But ultimately, your scope is going to be what gets you on target, and a good scope is well worth its cost.


Not sure what to shop for? We’ve got a great review of some great long-range scopes for you!

Find the Right Rifle

There’s a lot of long-range rifles out there. Some are better than others, some are phenomenal, and some are downright terrible. Getting saddled with a rifle you’ll quickly outgrow is just money wasted, so choosing a rifle is a big deal.

There are some universal accessories you’ll use–like scopes and bipods–and plenty you’ll find that you want to try out, like a custom chassis or an adjustable trigger.

Some features you might want to search for include adjustable stocks, floating barrels, and a good, weighty chassis. Those three features will do a lot to make positioning easier, reduce harmonics, and cut down on recoil.

Ammo Selection

If you’ve ever shot with cheap ammo, you already know this–you get what you pay for. Match-grade ammunition can offer a lot more consistency between shots, better muzzle velocity, and a flatter trajectory, but the trade-off is the cost.

Honestly, use both quality ammo and practice-grade stuff. If you never shoot your long-range rifle because your fancy-pants ammo is just too expensive to use… you’re not going to improve. Shoot lots of the bad stuff, so when you do shoot the good stuff, you’re skilled enough to keep up!

Check the Weather Forecast

When you’re talking in terms of hundreds of yards, a light breeze means a big challenge. Think of it this way–the further your bullet has to travel, the more of a chance the environment has to influence its trajectory.

A round going 5 yards is going to reach its target fast, and there won’t be much influence the wind can exert before impact happens. Now, when that same round is going 500 yards… there’s a bit more than can happen to it on its journey.

One skill you’ll need is learning to adjust for the wind (guess why your left-to-right reticle adjustment is called “windage.” Yeah, you got it.). It’s a learned skill, but having the right tools to help you measure the environment and having a good understanding of your ammunition’s ballistic performance will get you pretty far.

The 11 Best Long-Range Rifles

Anyways, now that you know what long-range shooting is all about and how to pick that perfect rifle… let’s take a closer look at some long-range rifles! 

We’re talking about some industry favorites, some fan favorites, and of course–my favorites!

Let’s dig in.

1. Bergara B-14 HMR

SPECS 
ActionBolt
Calibers.22-250, 6.5 Creedmoor, 6.5 PRC, .308 Win, .300 Win Mag, 300 PRC, and .450 Bushmaster
Weight9.15 pounds
Barrel length24 inches
Overall length41.5 inches
Magazine capacity5 rounds (AICS compatible)

There’s pretty much no better way to mount a barrelled action than in the B-14’s mini-chassis system, which is molded right into the stock. Pair that with a free-floating barrel for a long-range gun that not only looks good, but shoots like a champ!

Straight out of the box, the B-14 is a tack-driver. Bergara guarantees groups that are 1 MOA or less at 100 yards when using match-grade ammo. That’s a pretty awesome promise, and it does stand up!

I dig the somewhat traditional appearance of the B-14, though its adjustable length of pull and cheekpiece let you customize the fit to your body perfectly, and even pretty quickly. That’s a nice feature if you happen to share your rifle with someone else, though we wouldn’t blame you if you told them to get their own!

The stock is a bit on the heavy side, but if you’ve shot at all, you know that weight equals recoil reduction, and recoil reduction equals better accuracy. It’s a sacrifice we’re willing to make.

Bergara guns don’t get a lot of hype, but we feel that they should! They’re exquisitely crafted, customizable, and pretty good-looking–not to mention solid long-range shooters with stunning accuracy. All in all, we think they’re well worth their cost.

Pros
  • Drilled and tapped for Remington 700 scope mounts
  • 3-pound trigger weight
  • Left-handed models available
  • Matte blued barrel finish
Cons
  • Heavy for hunting
  • No ARCA rail for mounting bipods or accessories

2. SIG Sauer CROSS

SPECS 
ActionBolt
Calibers.277 Sig Fury, .308 Win, 6.5 Creedmoor
Weight6.5 pounds
Barrel length16-18 inches
Overall length36.5 to 38.5 inches
Magazine capacity5 rounds

As far as we know, this is the first new SIG centerfire bolt-action rifle to hit the market in the USA. It was built to showcase the newish SIG .227 FURY ammo (and make said ammo available to the general shooting public so they could submit a bid with the military), but it’s also available in 6.5 Creedmoor and good ol’ .308 Winchester.

Sig Sauer Cross is one of the most lightweight short-action precision rifles. SIG built this firearm with aluminum construction and skeletonized stock, which makes it weigh practically noting, but still allows for excellent accuracy.

I like its compactness and light feel. It’s also easy to stow, thanks to its foldable buttstock, which makes it a little more friendly for hunting trips. Overall, it clocks in at just under 7 pounds–which is about 40% lighter than comparable guns

Reliable magazine feeding, incredibly accurate, and ergonomic design–this precision rifle is one of the best. Whether you’re a hunter, competition shooter, military, or private security professional, it offers something for everyone.

Pros
  • Compact and lightweight
  • Collapsible stock
  • Very accurate and reliable
  • Unique features you won’t see elsewhere
Cons
  • The light weight means limited recoil reduction

3. Savage Model 10 BA Stealth

SPECS 
ActionBolt
Calibers.308 Winchester, 6.5 Creedmoor
Weight9.2 pounds
Barrel length20 inches
Overall length24 inches
Magazine capacity10 rounds

Savage Model 10 BA Stealth is much lighter and streamlined compared to similar long-range rifles from other manufacturers. In addition to that, it boasts a hefty fluted barrel and a modern chassis stock. The receiver, bolt, and other components are all trued to the same centerline and assembled as a single unit.

The Stealth is a versatile gun thanks to its adjustable buttpad. It’s also comfortable to carry around with its QD sling swivel attachment points on both sides. 

The Savage has a unique barrel attachment with an adjustable barrel nut that gives you perfect control of the head spacing, which is a significant factor in shooting accuracy. You can also easily swap out the barrel if you decide to go with a higher-end aftermarket counterpart.

The best part about this Savage is the price. You can get the Savage Model 10 BA Stealth precision rifle for a fraction of the cost of a high-end model, so it is a great option for new long-range shooters!

Pros
  • Easy adjustments
  • Fluted barrel
  • Affordable
  • Adjustable trigger
Cons
  • Recoil pad is hard and feels like the bottom of a truck tire
  • Sticky bolt lift

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4. Tikka T3x CTR

SPECS 
ActionBolt
Calibers.308 Win, 6.5 Creedmoor
Weight7.5 pounds
Barrel length20 inches
Overall length40.1 inches
Magazine capacity10+1 rounds

Tikka is a well-known company in the long-range rifle world so it shouldn’t surprise you too much that they made our list!

The T3x CTR is equipped with a free-floating cold-hammer-forged barrel with threads ready to take suppressors, flash hiders, or muzzle breaks. However, if you do not want to use it, you can use the threaded cap Tikka provided. We like the versatility!

This long-range rifle also has a loaded chamber indicator that protrudes from beneath the back of the bolt. It makes it easy for the shooter to see when a round is in the chamber and ready to fire.

It also incorporates two-position safety. When pressed to the rear, it locks both the trigger and the bolt. You’ll also note the huge polymer bolt knob, making it easy to palm and operate. It’s a nice feature that often goes overlooked, but you’ll be grateful for it on those snowy hunting trips or timed PRS stages.

The bolt lift is 70 degrees–so it won’t interfere with the optics. Never, ever interfere with the optics!

Also, the barrel is free-floating, which helps a lot to increase your accuracy. The heavy contoured barrel holds its own in a competition, but it’s still light enough for hunting purposes.

You can adjust the length of the pull by adding or removing spacers using a screwdriver–it’s a quick fix to adjust, which is always nice. No one wants to spend time wrestling with adjustments when they could be shooting.

The T3x CTR is a very precise and capable long-range rifle for a price less than $1,000. It’s a great not-so-beginner gun for those of us who have yet to go pro with our long-range marksmanship.

Pros
  • Adjustable, textured trigger
  • Loaded chamber indicator
  • Steel, center-feed detachable magazine
  • Free-floating barrel
  • Affordable price
Cons
  • Plastic parts have a hollow sound to it

5. JP Enterprises LRI-20

SPECS 
ActionSemi-Auto
Calibers6.5 Creedmoor
Weight11 pounds
Barrel length22 inches
Overall length44.5 inches
Magazine capacity10 rounds

The LRI-20 is one of the only semi-automatic precision rifles you can rely on at distances up to 1200 yards. 

This rifle is powerful in its accuracy, thanks to the AR-10-based construction and high-quality components. If you’re willing to drop the dough, the LRI-20 will take you far–like, over 1000 yards kinda far!

Stainless steel 416R Supermatch barrels are cryo-treated to suit the 7075-T6 aluminum receiver of the LRI-20’s main body. The bolt carrier in this rifle is JPE’s JP .308 Low Mass Operating System (LMOS) with a JP EnhancedBolt, which is just a lot of corpo-speak for an ultralight BCG and a seriously retool bolt that JPE designed from the ground up. It’s one of the nicest BCG’s you’ll probably ever have the pleasure of using.

This rifle features a lightweight military-style upper and a side-charging handle with a dust cover and a forward assist. The upper uses an integrated barrel nut that helps keep even the lowest quality barrel firmly in place… though why you’d use a bad barrel on this rifle is beyond us. It would be like dropping a ’98 Honda Civic engine in a Corvette.

Semi-monolithic platforms like the LRI-20’s upper receiver are pretty unique in the world of precision rifle shooting. When most companies are putting out bolt guns, a semi-auto AR-10 style rifle stands apart from the crowd.

The LRI-20 is only available from JP Enterprises as a complete upper, but all you need to do is slap in on their corresponding LRP-07 lower and you have a long-range rifle that’ll handle just about any range you want to stretch it to!

Pros
  • Cryo-treated 416R stainless steel barrel
  • Easy to run optics
  • JP adjustable gas system
  • Accurate at up to 1200 yards
  • Easy to use suppressed or unsuppressed
Cons
  • Expensive… Very expensive

6. Ruger Precision Rifle

SPECS 
ActionBolt
Calibers6mm Creedmoor, 6.5 Creedmoor, .308 Win, 6.5 PRC, .300 PRC, .338 Lapua Mag, .300 Win Mag
Weight9.8 pounds
Barrel length24 to 26 inches
Overall length43.25 to 46.75 inches
Magazine capacity10 rounds

Since its debut in 2015, the Ruger Precision Rifle has generated interest in the media and firearms industry. It’s not winning any awards for creativity when it comes to the name, but that hardly matters when you see just how well this long-range rifle performs.

Despite the variety of great long-range guns on the market, the Ruger Precision Rifle remains one of the most popular choices. Let’s look at why!

This rifle has an American-made action and a free-floating steel barrel. The moly-steel alloy upper provides strength and durability in the harshest environments. That means you get a precision rifle that isn’t too finicky to hit the hunting grounds with!

The RPR’s magazine has some seriously cutting-edge tech–a mechanism known as the multi-magazine interface. The revolutionary magazine mechanism allows the Ruger Precision Rifle to use M110, SR25, DPMS, Magpul, and AICS magazines. Kiss proprietary mag prices goodbye!

This rifle features an adjustable buttstock connected to the receiver with a carbine-length buffer tube. It has a cam-style fast release for adjusting the LOP and comb height, so you can tweak the fit to your heart’s content without wasting the whole day. I also like that it comes with a QD sling mount, which, in my opinion, should be a standard feature on every rifle. Just sayin’.

Finally, it’s worth mentioning that the stock folds, making this rifle easy to transport!

Pros
  • Durable moly-steel uppers
  • Easy-to-fold folding stock
  • Multi-magazine interface can accommodate various magazine types
Cons
  • The name

7. Remington 700

SPECS 
ActionBolt
Calibers.30-06, 7.62mm, .300 Win Mag
Weight8.99 pounds
Barrel length16.5 to 26 inches
Overall length41.5 inches
Magazine capacity3 to 6 rounds

The Remington Model 700 has become legendary in the gun business, particularly in the hunting world. Even after 50 years of pleasing consumers, Remington 700 is still one of the best-selling Remington rifles available on the market!

Any hunter or sports shooter will be satisfied with this gun’s wide range of models and calibers. Steel barrels with a triple-layer construction are available in a range of lengths. This long-range rifle also features various solid wood shoulder stocks and durable polymer frames.

What I love about the Remington 700 is how easy it is to upgrade, and just how many aftermarket upgrades are available! Nothing is more frustrating than trying to find compatible upgrade parts for your long-range gun and coming up empty-handed because the market hasn’t caught up with you yet.

The Remington 700 is a dependable, solid shooter. It’s a great long-range rifle for casual shooters or beginners, and the affordable price tag makes it all the more appealing!

Pros
  • Exceptionally accurate
  • Customizable and easy to upgrade
  • Affordable price
  • A reputable firearm trusted for many years
Cons
  • Awkward trigger feel

8. Savage AXIS II Precision

SPECS 
ActionBolt
Calibers6.5 Creedmoor, .30-06 Springfield, .308 Win, .270 Win., .243 Win. and .223 Rem
Weight9.85 pounds
Barrel length22 inches
Overall length42 to 43 inches
Magazine capacity10 rounds

For a long time, Savage’s rifles have stood out in the world of firearms with their reputation for accuracy and affordability. It’s not too often that a long-range rifle is equally perfect for new shooters as it is for long-range pros, but here we are!

The Savage AXIS II features a rounded receiver, available in right-hand and long-action models. It also offers carbon steel, button-rifled 22-inch barrel with thread-in headspacing.

This long-range rifle boasts an exclusive black aluminum MDT chassis, AccuTrigger, and customizable stock–features that you would not expect at this price! 

The ultra-lightweight chassis has an adjustable comb and length of pull, which are pretty much necessary features for a quality long-range gun. The forend is nice and slim and features M-LOK rails to mount your accessories. And–since the aluminum chassis is so lightweight–this rifle is great for hunters!

Considering the low retail price, this is a fantastic deal for a long-range rifle. If you’re going hunting or long-range shooting, the Savage AXIS II offers everything you need. This rifle is an excellent option for both newcomers and veterans alike.

Pros
  • Carbon steel blued finish
  • Adjustable comb and LOP
  • Affordable price
  • Compatible with M-LOK attachments
  • AccuTrigger
Cons
  • Cheap plastic stock

9. Browning X-Bolt Max Long Range Hunter

SPECS 
ActionBolt
Calibers6.5 Creedmoor, .300 Win Mag, 6.5 PRC
Weight8.3 to 8.7 pounds
Barrel length26 inches
Overall length46 1/8 inches
Magazine capacity4 rounds

The X-Bolt Max Long-Range Hunter has the characteristics and precision needed for long-distance hunting. It might not have the capacity of some of the others on our list, but it is a comfortable gun to carry and shoot, even with its rather long overall length.

This long-range rifle features a 26″ free-float stainless steel barrel with a recessed muzzle crown to protect the rifling from damage, no matter what conditions look like. It has a 60-degree bolt throw, so it’s quick and easy to cycle the bolt when follow-up shots count.

Personally, I like the safety features included in this rifle’s design. In addition to a top-tang safety–which physically blocks the sear–you also have a bolt unlock button that makes it easier and safer to check the chamber by letting you open the bolt while the top-tang safety is engaged.

The X-Bolt Max’s stock is equipped with an Inflex II Technology recoil cushion. This feature displaces recoil away from the cheek and shoulder. Shooters may comfortably rest their heads on the stock for lengthy periods because of the comb’s generous width. Hence, expect a comfortable shooting experience when shooting this long-range beast.

Three integral studs also allow attachment of sling or bipods. It also has a drilled and tapped receiver for attaching optics. Plus, this rifle is customizable.

Accurate, loaded with long-range features, and priced affordably, the Browning X-Bolt Max Long Range has it all.

Pros
  • Adjustable comb height and LOP
  • Fluted sporter barrel for enhanced accuracy
  • Extended bolt handle
  • Inflex II technology for comfortable shoulder recoil pads
Cons
  • Low magazine capacity

10. Christensen Arms MPR

SPECS 
ActionBolt
Calibers.308 Win, 6.5 Creedmoor
Weight6.9 pounds
Barrel length16 inches
Overall length36.75 inches
Magazine capacity5- or 10- rounds

When it comes to the Christensen Arms MPR, it’s an excellent all-arounder that can also double as a deadly long-range tool. As a versatile and accurate rifle, the MPR rifle from Christensen Arms is a perfect match for the modern hunter. It’s an accurate long-range rifle that’s also simple to use and maintain.

The whole body is made of stainless steel and has a nitride coating for added corrosion resistance. When folded, a strong magnet keeps the chassis in place. The overall design of the weapon is sleek, which is very appealing to look at.

Christensen Arms was able to keep almost all of the desirable features of a rifle without too much bulk, making the MPR one of a kind. This was made possible with the use of carbon fiber and meticulous design effort.

Consequently, this rifle could be worth looking into if you’re in the market for a multipurpose weapon.

Pros
  • Lightweight and durable carbon fiber material
  • In-house MPR barrel design
  • Foldable chassis that firmly holds
  • Easy to operate and maintain
Cons
  • It’s difficult to view the round after firing when the shooter’s head is above the comb

11. Ruger Hawkeye Long-Range Target

SPECS 
ActionBolt
Calibers.308 Win, .300 Win Mag, 6.5 Creedmoor, 6.5 PRC, .204 Ruger
Weight11 pounds
Barrel length26 inches
Overall length47.5 to 49 inches
Magazine capacity3-, 4- rounds

The Ruger Hawkeye Long-Range Target looks every bit the tactical firearm. This rifle’s attributes, such as an adjustable stock and matte finish, make it seem like a sniper rifle… which, we suppose is just a long-range rifle to the max.

Ruger’s Hawkeye Long-Range Target Rifle is marketed as a target rifle. However, some long-range gunners might also find that it doubles well as a medium-range sniper rifle… though we recommend sticking to steel targets. The 26″ free-floated, cold hammer-forged 4140 chrome-moly steel barrel with 5R rifling means business. It’s great at matches and features a Ruger Precision Rifle Hybrid Muzzle Brake to reduce recoil and noise.

It features a deep thumb well, allowing the pistol grip to feel comfortable in your hands. If you’re not a fan of an old-school stock, I think you’ll really enjoy the Hawkeye Target’s stock with an adjustable length of pull and comb height!

You can easily customize the buttstock’s adjustable spacer mechanism. And when it comes to adjustable LOP settings, I really like the spacer system configurations – they are rigid and solid. Plus, considering that the bolt is made of one solid piece, it should last for many years.

Pros
  • Rugged design
  • Excellent tactical long-range rifle
  • Durable stainless steel construction
  • Free-floating cold hammer-forged chrome-moly steel barrel
  • Two-stage adjustable trigger
Cons
  • Grip shape is squared off and not contoured
  • Thin pistol grip with no palm swell

Bonus

Howa 1500 6.5 Creedmoor in the New MDT ACC Chassis

This one is for those who want to step up their precision shooting at long ranges.

The Howa 1500 is an excellent budget hunting rifle. But just because it has an affordable price doesn’t mean it lacks features. It has superior accuracy, feel, finish and build quality.

Not only is it known for its quality and price, but the Howa 1500 also has a good reputation in the shooting industry. Also, part of why most gun owners love it is because of its versatility and customizability. Plus, it comes with a threaded barrel, a smooth action, and an excellent trigger.

Now, what about the MDT ACC (Adjustable Core Competition) Chassis? 

It’s a chassis system on par with some of the much more expensive chassis in the market. Additionally, MDT is built on the concept of using interchangeable modules. Therefore, you can adjust the weight and balance to optimize performance while reducing felt recoil.

So partner your Howa 1500 with the new MDT ACC Chassis, and you’ve got yourself one unstoppable precision beast!

Pros
  • Aesthetics are amazing
  • Very precise sub-MOA rifle
  • Easy to install and operate
  • Adjustable options and good end-user fit
  • Affordable price
Cons
  • Feels bulky

Conclusion

Long-range rifles are a favorite among hunters, sports shooters, and anyone interested in long-range shooting. There are many long-range guns to choose from with different features that can meet the needs of nearly any shooter.

If you’re thinking of bringing one to the range with you next time, you’re already on the right track. Now all you need is a nice shooting bench!

Whether you’re looking for accuracy or power, there’s something here for everyone! If you have your eye on one rifle but want some recommendations before making a purchase decision, let us know in the comments below which gun caught your attention when reading through this list.

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