Smith & Wesson 1012 Shotgun

posted on February 24, 2010


Building Rifles At Rock River Arms 2
Building Rifles At Rock River Arms 2

Building Rifles At Rock River Arms

Rock River Arms is known for its highly accurate and quality line-up of rifles and handguns. Here, we explore exactly what makes a Rock River Arms gun shoot so well and the kinds of details the company focuses upon.

A Timeline Of The American Rifleman

In 2023, American Rifleman celebrates 100 years of continuous publication. Here are some of the milestones that have occurred across a century of publication for the National Rifle Association's flagship Official Journal.

Rifleman Q&A: UN-QUALITY Carbines

I recently saw an M1 carbine marked “UN-QUALITY” but can’t find any manufacturer by that name. The closest I could come up with was Quality Hardware, which marked its carbines “QUALITY H.M.C.” Can you explain the origins of the carbine I saw?

Undeniable: Hornady’s 7 mm Precision Rifle Cartridge

If the mystique holds, Hornady’s newly released 7 mm PRC will elbow old favorites off firing lines and out of hunting camps—hastening the spread of ultra-aerodynamic bullets.

April 2023 Is Third-Highest Gun Sales Month On Record

April 2023 has claimed third place in volume of firearm sales for April, dwarfed only by the record-setting pace set during the pandemic and accompanying widespread social unrest. It also marked the 45th month in a row that saw more than 1 million firearm purchases reflected in the number of National Instant Criminal Background Checks (NICS) processed by the FBI.

Editor’s Choice: Hi-Point JXP 10

Hi-Point’s handguns have a reliability-to-price-point ratio that’s hard to beat. This year, the company joins the growing 10 mm Auto handgun market with the release of the JXP 10.


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