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M1 Garand
MSRP $ 319.99
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84%
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Ruger 10/22
MSRP $ 299.99
Critic Rating
84%
User Rating
50%
KRISS Vector
MSRP $ 879.99
Critic Rating
75%
User Rating
80%
SKS
MSRP $ 695.00
Critic Rating
84%
User Rating
50%
Remington 700
MSRP $ 589.99
Critic Rating
88%
User Rating
50%
Glock 42
MSRP $ 549.99
Critic Rating
80%
User Rating
50%
M1 Carbine
MSRP $ 330.99
Critic Rating
82%
User Rating
50%
Ruger PC Carbine
MSRP $ 299.99
Critic Rating
87%
User Rating
50%
Marlin 1895
MSRP $ 399.99
Critic Rating
85%
User Rating
50%
Winchester Model 70
MSRP $ 719.99
Critic Rating
85%
User Rating
50%
Zastava M70
MSRP $ 1062.99
Critic Rating
86%
User Rating
50%
Ruger Precision Rifle
MSRP $ 299.99
Critic Rating
85%
User Rating
50%
Savage Arms A22 FV-SR Overwatch

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Rifles M1 Garand

The M1 Garand has been called The greatest battle implement ever devised by General George S. Patton and is one of the most iconic American firearms.

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Rifles Ruger 10/22

Built in our American factories by American workers, every 10/22 rifle that comes off the line is a quality firearm. With millions sold over a span of

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Rifles KRISS Vector

The KRISS Vector is a series of weapons based upon the parent submachine gun design developed by the American company KRISS USA, formerly Transformati

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Rifles Remington 700

Its the number one bolt-action of all time, proudly made in the U.S.A. For over 50 years, more Model 700s have been sold than any other bolt-action ri

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Rifles SKS

These SKS rifles from the former Yugoslavia are definitely not your garden variety Simonov rifle! In addition to the milled receiver, screwed in barre

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Rifles M1 Carbine

The M1 carbine (formally the United States Carbine, Caliber .30, M1) is a lightweight semi-automatic carbine that was a standard firearm for the U.S.