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A man aims a rifle equipped with a Silencer Central Banish 46 suppressor.

Rifleman Review: Silencer Central Banish 46 Suppressor

One of the most versatile options in Silencer Central's own line of suppressors is the Banish 46, rated for use on rifles chambered for .458 Win. Mag. or less.

Review: Kimber K6xs

Following the release of its all-steel K6s revolver, Kimber upped the ante with its K6xs, which uses an aluminum-alloy frame, making it an ideal deep-cover snubby.

Review: Browning X-Bolt Target Lite Max

Long-range competitive shooting requires a demanding skillset that can only be capitalized on with proper equipment. The Browning X-Bolt Target Lite Max was built specifically to fit in this box.

Review: Alchemy Custom Weaponry Quantico HiCap

Inspired by the guns used by the FBI's Hostage Rescue Team, the Quantico HiCap from Alchemy Custom Weaponry take the duty-ready M1911 concept to the next level.

Preview: Arming The World | American Gunmakers In The Gilded Age

In an incredible tour through the American experience during what is arguably the golden age of firearm development, author Geoffrey Stewart highlights the 25-year period between the Great Exhibition of 1851 in London and the Philadelphia Centennial Exhibition of 1876 from the perspective of the American arms industry.

Gun Of The Week: Tokarev USA TT 12

A 12-ga. semi-automatic shotgun that feeds from detachable box magazines, the Tokarev USA TT 12 provides some familiar features to fans of the AR-15.

Review: KelTec SUB2000 GEN3

The latest twist on this nearly quarter-century old platform, KelTec's new SUB2000 GEN3 includes welcome, up-to-date features that make it easy to add optics and accessories.

Rifleman Review: Smith & Wesson M&P 10mm M2.0

In 2021, Smith & Wesson answered consumer demands with the release of its M&P 10mm M2.0, which was the first 10mm Auto-chambered handgun within the company's improved M2.0 line.

Review: Savage Impulse Mountain Hunter

If ever there were a company comfortable breaking with convention, it’s Savage Arms of Westfield, Mass. Essentially, if a new niche is identified, a quality product satisfying that need will be created.

Preview: Ammunition, Demystified

Billed as “Hatcher’s Notebook for the 21st century,” Ammunition, Demystified: The (Non) Bubba’s Guide To How Ammo Really Works is intended for both advanced shooters and reloaders, as well as industry professionals.

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