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The Keefe Report: “It’s Me Bren Gun”

At least one observant American Rifleman reader noticed that the “Opening Shot” for the July 2015 issue had a reference to a quirky, somewhat violent, movie involving petty British criminals.

Tested: Henry Repeating Arms Long Ranger Lever-Action Rifle

Henry's design team went back to the drawing board in order to construct a hunting gun capable of reaching out to and well past the 200-yard mark.

Mossberg Introduces the Box-Fed Model 590M

Mossberg is kicking off the new year by introducing a detachable-box-magazine-fed version of the company’s venerable Model 590 pump-action shotgun: the Model 590M.

Editors’ Picks 2018: Mossberg 590M

Mossberg's Model 590 is a quintessential American pump-action shotgun, and the new 590M introduces the benefits of detachable box magazines to what has previously been a strictly tube-fed platform.

Remington’s 870 DM & Mossberg’s 590M

For the first time in their respective histories, the two pre-eminent pump-action shotgun designs—the Remington 870 and the Mossberg 500/590—have detached from the tubular magazine and embraced the benefits of the box.

SHOT Show 2019 Rock Island Armory VR80 Shotgun

American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach examines a brand new box-magazine-fed semi-automatic shotgun inspired by AR-15-design principles.

Editors’ Picks 2019: Armscor VR80

Armscor introduced its VR60 gas-operated, detachable-box-fed semi-automatic shotgun roughly 18 months ago to great success, and for 2019, the company offers an upgraded version with new features and higher-quality components.

Tested: The Ruger Hawkeye Long-Range Target Rifle

The Model 77 Hawkeye already enjoys a great reputation, just not one that includes precision competitive use. The Long-Range Target aims to change that.

NRA Gun of the Week: Henry Repeating Arms Long Ranger Rifle

Watch as American Rifleman's David Herman examines a lever-action repeater designed for long-range work.

A First Look at 2020's New Guns

Plenty of new firearm models on display at the 2019 NASGW is a positive indication that 2020 will offer more of the same from industry giants as well as smaller manufacturers.

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