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Tech Force Contender Model 89 Air Rifle

Modern-day air rifles are a far cry from what many envision.

The Armed Citizen® November 2010

A gas station clerk was working the register when a man walked in and confronted him. He slid a note to the clerk with the words "money now" inscribed on it and demanded the safe be opened. The clerk ran from the store and attempted to phone police, but his assailant quickly caught up with him.

The "Big Fifty" Sharps Rifle

This comprehensive article on the historical Sharps buffalo rifle was written by Elmer Keith in June, 1940.

The Varmint Revolver

I recall a very pleasant day at my gun club, shooting a handsome old Smith & Wesson revolver that had somehow turned out to be a commercial dud. This was sometime in the early 1980s and the gun in question—called the Model 53—had been officially discontinued in 1974.

North American Arms Mini Revolvers

NAA's line of miniature wheelguns provides a variety of truly tiny concealed-carry options.

The M1 Garand: Recent Developments in Auto Loaders

In honor of the 125th anniversary of American Rifleman, the following is an excerpt from the December, 1921 issue: Recent Developments in Autoloaders.

Colt Service Model Ace

In honor of the 125th anniversary of American Rifleman, the following is an excerpt from the June, 1938 issue: The Colt Service Model Ace.

Mossberg Reinvents Itself With Bold New Guns

Don’t look now, but a brand-new 90-year-old gun company is reinventing itself. O.F. Mossberg & Sons has become a dynamo of innovation, far removed from the staid, stodgy pump-shotgun maker that you might have previously thought ofthe Connecticut-based manufacturer. Today’s Mossberg is not your great-grandfather’s Mossberg.

The Nikon P-22 Rimfire Scope

The Nikon P-22 is a rimfire-optimized scope for .22 caliber AR-style rifles.

Henry Repeating Arms’ Mare's Leg .22 Pistol

All the fun of an unusual movie gun and .22 caliber plinking combined.

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