2012 Golden Bullseye Award Winners
American Rifleman editors announce their favorite guns and gear.
Rossi Rio Grande Review
The Rossi Rio Grande is a lever-action shotgun in .410 that, depending on the load, can be used for self-defense or to fill the freezer.
Rossi Ranch Hand Review
While the Rossi Ranch Hand can be used for self-defense, its true beauty comes from the nostalgia of having a handgun like Josh Randall’s famous mare’s leg.
Winchester Model 9422 Lever-Action Rifle
The Winchester 9422 had a 33-year production run and was one of the most popular .22 rifles with numerous variations and special editions for collectors.
Winchester Model 1895: A Look Back
To handle the new bottlenecked, high-velocity cartridges, John Browning took the lever-action rifle to a new pinnacle.
The Lever-Action Rifle: An American Classic
Of all rifle designs, none is more American than the lever-action. The gun is as American as baseball, hot dogs and apple pie.
Winchester 1886 Extra Light Weight
Offered in 10 chamberings ranging from .33 Win. to .50-110 Win., the 1886 was the ultimate medium-range hunting rifle. (04/04/11)
Browning BLR ’81 Stainless Takedown Review
Browning’s BLR Lightweight ’81 Stainless Takedown propels a proven design further into the non-traditional category of lever-action rifles.
The Winchester Model 94 Rides Again
The iconic Winchester Model 1894 is back, this time in the guise of a pair of rifles that commemorate the life of company founder Oliver F. Winchester.
Burgess Rifle: Greatness Shortlived
Andrew Burgess’s lever-action rifle produced by Colt may have had too short a lifespan, but an Italian-made replica gives this grand rifle a new lease on life.
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