America’s first metallic cartridge was a .22 rimfire, and it was introduced more than 150 years ago. While that little .22 Short was first fired in Smith & Wesson’s tip-up revolver, it went on to broader use in many rifles.
Check out our NRA Gun of the Week, the Henry American Beauty Rifle, in this video by American Rifleman's Brian Sheetz.
A reader has inherited a pump-action rifle he believes to be a Winchester Model 1890.
LaserLyte's new LT-LR Laser Trainer can be mounted in the barrel of almost any .22-cal. firearm.
I recently picked up a gun that establishes just how small a true functional automatic pistol can be made. In fact, this tiny Bernardelli pistol is a fine example of the gunmaker's craft.
The new Savage Rascal Target XP comes from the factory outfitted with everything necessary to make it the ideal first rimfire rifle for a child.
We've featured firearms from throughout the industry and history in the Gun of the Week series, but Savage's Rascal is the first entry that was designed exclusively with young gun enthusiasts in mind.
Even in non-shootable condition, this Model 1 is worth a considerable amount.
Colt Deringers can bring a premium price if they’ve never been shot.
Daniel Smith and Horace Wesson were not men who gave up easily. In 1854 the partners came out with a unique, lever-action, repeating, tubular-magazine-fed pistol.