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Brian Sheetz's Top 10 Infantry Rifles

Editors' picks for the rifles that changed the world.

Brian Sheetz’s Top 10 Handguns

Editors’ picks for the handguns that changed the world.

The Ruger 10/22 Takedown Rifle

American Rifleman's Brian Sheetz breaks down the new Ruger 10/22 Takedown Rifle.

Ruger 77/357

Being able to feed a long gun and a handgun from the same box of cartridges can reduce ammo costs, and is one of the oldest, most tried-and-true shooting concepts in the industry.

IWI Tavor SAR Bullpup Rifle

Bullpup rifles deliver high-quality accuracy in a more compact package—and at 2013's Media Day at the Range IWI showed off a bullpup that's easily one of the most high-profile firearms at SHOT Show in its Tavor.

IWI Tavor

Originally developed in close cooperation with the Israel Defense Force (IDF), the IWI TAVOR was created to excel in close-quarters engagements—and now a civilian version is available. The bullpup design moves the rifle's center of gravity closer to its handler's body, allowing for instinctive aiming and improved acquisition time to target. Better yet, its full-length barrel means no loss of down range accuracy.

TriStar C-100

The C-100 is a compact clone of the well-known, and greatly respected, CZ-75 design.

Henry Repeating Arms U.S. Survival AR-7

The AR-7 has served U.S. Air Force pilots since 1959, and has developed a reputation for portability, ease of operation and reliability.

American Rifleman TV: Making Mossberg Rifles

O.F. Mossberg & Sons is the nation’s leading producer of shotguns, but Mossberg is about a lot more than the Model 500 pump. This week, Senior Executive Editor Brian Sheetz shows you how Mossberg makes its bolt-action and semi-automatic center-fire rifles.

Springfield Armory M1A SOCOM II

The SOCOM II, which features a new Cluster Rail System, serves as the latest addition to the AmericanRifleman.org Gun of the Week series.

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