Where Have All the Double Guns Gone?

July 28, 2014

At the annual CLA Game Fair in Britain, fans of vintage doubles will find an incredible number and selection of finely crafted shotguns and Express rifles.

Suppressors: What We Can Learn from the UK Experience

July 21, 2014

While gun ownership laws in the United Kingdom are very troubling to NRA members, the Brits are way ahead of us when it comes to using suppressors.

SIG Elite Performance Brings New Ammo Source to Market

July 05, 2014

SIG is now making its own branded ammo in a company-owned U.S. plant.

Low-Recoil Ammo in Popular Calibers

June 17, 2014

Light-recoil loads from major ammo companies make it easier to teach new shooters and can help range time more pleasant for all of us.

Saluting 25 Years of Big-Game Success—the Barnes X-Bullet

June 12, 2014

We sat hooked up with X-Bullet originator Randy Brooks to learn more about the all-copper projectile that caused hunters to rethink their shooting gear and which now has applications in tactical and self-defense ammunition.

Ruger Hard at Work Building Guns in North Carolina

May 31, 2014

After visiting Ruger's new Mayodan, N.C. factory, John Zent says he sees a home run for Ruger and for the local economy.

Ann Y. Smith, American Rifleman

May 29, 2014

Editorial Director John Zent is proud to announce the first woman editor in the 130-year history of American Rifleman.

GI Film Festival Salutes Veterans

May 20, 2014

The GI Film Festival, running now through May 25, showcases the stories of America's veterans past and present.

Don’t Let Recoil Ruin Your Shooting Fun

May 20, 2014

Low-recoiling guns and cartridges are fun to shoot every time out, easy to master and can serve many purposes.

Kodiak the Series

May 09, 2014

Discovery Channel’s newest series chronicles the freedom and peril of three families that come together to guide hunters and fisherman in a wilderness loaded with monster bears.