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Remington 7615P Pump-Action Rifle

Although offering fast operation and simplicity of use, slide- or pump-action center-fire rifles are not nearly as common as their shotgun brethren. Within this niche market, however, the Remington 7600 series of center-fire rifles has proven to be one of the more popular because of its combination of user-friendliness and affordability.

Remington 700 VTR

Remington's Varmint/Tactical Rifle provides accuracy without the weight.

The Truth About Gun Shows

Attacks on guns shows are about exploiting a lack of knowledge on the part of the general public.

A Step Apart – The Browning Maxus

Browning overhauled the Gold design to give the Maxus a look all its own.

A Half-Century of Service

The NRA Law Enforcement Division celebrates its 50th Anniversary.

ATI Introduces Talon 5-Sided Shotgun Fore-end

Aluminum fore-end designed to fit most popular shotguns on the market.

Worst of the Best

Question: You have said that a handgun is the worst possible weapon for personal defense. How about telling us what are better choices and ranking them in order, 1 through 10.

Used Guns In The Industry: The Enemy Is Us

As Walt Kelly’s cartoon character Pogo so famously said, “We have met the enemy and he is us.” Wrapping up this three-part series on the business of the gun business (which has focused on why the shooting industry is so hard to analyze compared to other industries), we come face to face with one of the most complicating factors that distorts what little data there is on firearms sales—used guns.

The M14 Enhanced Battle Rifle

The changing nature of the war in Afghanistan led to the re-issue of the 7.62x51 mm NATO M14 rifle.

Browning Left-Hand X-Bolt Hunter

Although the gun’s lineage can be traced to the company’s BBR and A-Bolt, the X-Bolt stands on its own as the next-generation Browning bolt-action.

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