A Look Back at the Browning Superposed
John Moses Browning is known for designing many firearms still in use today, including the Browning Superposed shotgun.
Roosevelt Guns at the NFM
A new exhibit at the NFM replicates the Oval Office from 1902-1908, when author, hunter, Nobel Prize recipient and NRA Life member Theodore Roosevelt was in office.
AmericanRifleman.org's Top 10 Stories of 2011
Here they are! The 10 stories that got the most traffic on AmericanRifleman.org in 2011.
2012 Golden Bullseye Award Winners
American Rifleman editors announce their favorite guns and gear.
The Other Great Guns of John Browning
John Moses Browning is the most iconic firearm designer in history, giving us the greatest pistol and so much more.
Winchester Model 1897 Riot Gun
The Winchester Model 1897 Riot Gun was used by law enforcement and popular culture and is an evolution of Browning's 1893 to handle smokeless powder.
Book Review: Guns of the American West
Dennis Adler’s book “Guns of the American West” combines concise and informative text with hundreds of beautiful photographs to set it apart. (8/31/2010)
Browning Superposed Shotgun
The Superposed Shotgun was the first commercially successful over-under shotgun, and John Moses Browning's last gun.
World War II Weihrauch Drilling Gun
A World War II Weihrauch Drilling is seldom seen, or even heard of, but is a rarity of history and value.
Smith & Wesson Model 1000 Shotgun
From the Dope Bag Archives: June, 1974.
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