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Remington seems to have risen from the ashes, and a new company has emerged under the RemArms name, but before the lights went out at Remington's Custom Shop, American Rifleman contributor Craig Boddington joined industry professionals at FTW Ranch to put its rifles through the rigors of intense field work.
Henry Repeating Arms supports Border Patrol Foundation (BPF) with funds to help the organization’s mission to honor the memory of fallen U.S. Border Patrol agents.
Smith & Wesson's CSX is a different take on the micro-compact 9 mm Luger-chambered pistol concept, one that will appeal to fans of more traditionally built and styled handguns.
Ruger's expanded its 5.7x28 mm-chambered firearm lineup with its new LC Charger, a large-format pistol based on the company's earlier LC Carbine.
Our country’s innovations in arms design and manufacturing have been key to individual liberty from the earliest days of the Republic. In the modern era, the informal title “America’s rifle” has almost exclusively been applied to the AR-15—and for good reason.
Roy Weatherby’s timeless Mark V design seems to have only improved with age, even nearly 70 years after its introduction, it remains one of the strongest bolt-actions on the market.