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Sionyx Backcountry Adventure Kit

Preview: Sionyx Backcountry Adventure Kit

Sionyx, maker of high-quality digital night-vision (NV) cameras, is now offering the Backcountry Adventure Kit—a bundle that includes its Aurora Black color NV camera, its range-extending Illuminator Kit and more.

SCCY Firearms: Guns For Everyday Carry

The company’s exclusive focus is on producing budget-friendly and reliable pistols for concealed carry. Its first gun—the CPX-1—appeared in 2005, at about the time permit applications were just beginning their dramatic increase.

Introducing The M1911 To Service

Despite its enduring popularity today, the M1911 was an adjustment for U.S. servicemen when it was first introduced.  

The Armed Citizen® Aug. 5, 2022

Read today's "The Armed Citizen" entry for real stories of law-abiding citizens, past and present, who used their firearms to save lives.

Nighthawk Custom Global Response Pistol: The Wiley Clapp Review

Nighthawk starts with precisely crafted receivers and slides that come out of its CNC machines close to perfect and require little in the way of fitting. The same is true of the smaller parts that make up the guns.

Rifleman Q&A: Swedish Nagant Revolvers

I have a Husqvarna double-action revolver that I cannot find any information on. It has a three-digit serial number, and all parts are numbered. The octagonal barrel is 35⁄8" long and the six-shot cylinder has tapered chambers.

Henry Rifles To Benefit Parents Of Pediatric Brain Cancer Victim

Henry Repeating Arms has donated a limited-edition series of 50 “Danica Strong” rifles to raise funds for the family of Danica Brianne Mulholland who, after battling pediatric brain cancer, lost her life at 12 years old.

Marlin Model 97 Restoration: Bringing A Lever Action Back To Life

Even when rusted and worn, old rifles can be brought back to their former glory with a little knowledge and work. Follow Dave Campbell as he recounts his restoration of a Marlin Model 1897.

I Have This Old Gun: Remington Autoloading Shotgun

Watch this American Rifleman Television segment of "I Have This Old Gun" from 2020 to learn about the John Moses Browning designed Remington Autoloading Shotgun.

Savage Arms Model 110: Nicholas Brewer's Legacy

In 1956 Savage Arms launched an ambitious project—creating a new bolt-action rifle built for longevity and reliability, one the company could offer at an affordable price. Add the requirement that it also needed to be accurate, and designer Nicolas Brewer faced with a formidable task.

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