Volume 25, Number 3 April/May 2017


Can a modern sporting rifle in .22LR be found in the shadow of Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains? A modern sporting rifle in .22 just makes so much sense. If you burn through a few bricks of ammo during an afternoon at the range, you’ll pay about 20 cents for each .22. If that were .223 Rem./5.56 NATO, it will cost more than twice as much, putting a big dent in your budget. And big dents like that mean shooters shoot less and worry about what they do expend. Several companies are making MSRs that are just like their big brothers; they… [Read More]