Guns & Product Reviews

Nosler M48 Mountain Carbon

Review: Nosler M48 Mountain Carbon

At 6 lbs. even, the Nosler Model 48 Mountain Carbon is a definite lightweight, but with carbon fibers reinforcing both its barrel and its stock, this high-country specialist is designed to outpunch its weight class.

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Lone Wolf Arms LTD19 V1

Review: Lone Wolf Arms LTD19 V1

Lone Wolf stepped into the factory-completed handgun market in 2021 by bringing its in-house components together to launch the Lightweight Tactical Defense (LTD) 19 pistol. Sold and distributed through the company’s Lone Wolf Arms division, these compact-size pistols have a Glock G19 footprint that is compatible with many of the same holsters.

Upsizing The Micro-Compact: Springfield’s Hellcat Pro

Springfield Armory took the lead in the micro-compact market with its capacious Hellcat back in 2019. Now, the company is showing the way forward with an enhanced version that maximizes the “more-in-less” category.

I Have This Old Gun: Springfield Model Of 1903

Looking back at the thousands of earlier sporterized conversions provides the answer as to why original ’03s in superior condition have become so expensive—there simply aren’t that many good ones left.

NRA Gun Of The Week: IWI Masada Slim

Watch American Rifleman staff on the range this week with a trimmed-down variant of IWI's striker-fired Masada duty pistol.

Review: Vudoo Carbon Sinister .22 LR

Built with a short, 60-degree bolt action, carbon-fiber stock and precision barrel, the Vudoo Carbon Sinister is a .22 LR-chambered rifle capable of both precision rimfire competition and hunting.

Review: Savage Arms Stance

With one of its newest offerings, the Stance pistol, Savage recalls its past and proves that its name is not only synonymous with accurate, cost-effective bolt-action rifles.

NRA Gun Of The Week: Franchi Affinity Turkey Elite

Watch American Rifleman staff on the range this week with the Franchi USA Affinity Turkey Elite in 20 gauge, a package designed for the pursuit of wild turkey.

Review: BRG-USA BRG9 Elite

A few short years ago, the U.S. firearm market looked at Turkish pistols with a great deal of skepticism. Today, that stigma has largely faded, as many of these guns have proven themselves to be accurate, durable and, above all, reliable.

CZ Re-Invents Its Approach To The Bolt-Action Rifle

Long revered for its somewhat Euro-centric bolt-gun designs, CZ has revamped its line, now offering American shooters models that compete directly with the most modern examples on the market.

Les Baer Custom: High-Peformance M1911s

Les Baer began tuning, fixing and modifying guns in 1973. His first shop, so to speak, was the basement of his home in Allentown, Penn. Enthusiasts quickly discovered the quality of his work and word spread. By 1976 demand was outgrowing his workspace, forcing him to expand. In 1980 he launched his full-time gunsmithing career by establishing Bear Custom Guns.

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