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The Rifleman’s Rifle Turns 75

From the depths of The Depression came what some argue is the finest bolt-action rifle ever made.

Shooting & Loading the .300 H&H Magnum

The .300 H&H Mag. has the power and performance for everything from the 1,000-yd. line to moose camp.

Top 10 Hunting Rifles

The editors of American Rifleman have taken on the daunting task of defining the top hunting rifles.

A Look Back at the Remington 700

Arguably the most popular bolt-action rifle ever made, the Model 700 traces its lineage back to the 1917 Enfield.

America's Favorite Deer Rifles

New calibers, modern materials and the progress made in bullets powders and manufacturing continue to create new favorites for deer hunters, but the classics remain as popular as ever.

John Browning’s Automatic Rifle

John Moses Browning’s automatic rifle has become an American legend. Here is a look at its past—a field report from the trenches of France nearly a century ago—its present as a retro Colt and its future as the entirely reconceived Heavy Counter Assault Rifle.

200 Years of Remington Country

America’s oldest gunmaker celebrates its 200th anniversary this year, and the company has left an indelible mark on both the sporting and military worlds, through its rifles, shotguns, handguns and ammunition. Here’s a snapshot of two centuries of guns that bear the Remington name.

Winchester Goes To War

Throughout this century, Winchester has been called upon to be a vital part of the ”Arsenal of Democracy.” Though not as well regarded as its commercial guns, the firm’s military arms served our servicemen and women well in both World Wars.

Sgt. York: American Rifleman, American Hero

From the American Rifleman archives comes this story of faith, courage and straight shooting, which resulted in this Tennessee mountaineer being awarded the Medal of Honor.

A Look Back at the Winchester Model 52 Rifle

After the Great War, Winchester did some reorganization of its product line since returning Doughboys showed a preference for bolt-action rifles. Thus after much experimentation, the Model 52 was born.

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