<p>Did you know you can upgrade your Smith and Wesson M&P15-22 just like you can with your AR-15?</p>
Ruger knows their way around rimfire. Most of their .22s are built for serious plinking. So what about those of us who want a bit more from a rifle? Ruger has you covered. Meet the Ruger Precision Rimfire.
The Kriss Vector is a science fiction creation made into real life. Not only does it look cool, but it performs well and now its in 22 LR.
Looking for hard hitting suppressor ammo? Winchester has something new.
I take teaching seriously, and recently tested several .22 rimfire designs with some inexperienced shooters. Here's what I found.
There are numerous rimfire pistols on the market. While Smith & Wesson isn't new to the game, they haven't focused on these .22s the way some companies have. That seems to be changing. Their new Victory is worth a look.
The Smith & Wesson M&P Compact has a lot to offer rimfire shooters. Here's out breakdown. What makes this pint-sized Smith such a rock star?
<p>Ruger nailed it when they built the rotary box magazine for the 10/22. Imagine the variety of available .22 rimfire loads. Consider the care (or lack of care, really) we give to rimfire rounds. And the grime they generate in the action. These things take a beating and I've never had one fail.</p>
<p>Steyr Arms has a new rimfire scout rifle. This one borrows from the biathlon while keeping close to the original Cooper design.</p>