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Savage Model 99: A Look Back

Savage’s Model 99 had an almost century long run, and is still an interesting rifle.

Dakota's African Passport

The controlled-round feed of Dakota’s Model 76 is appreciated on dangerous-game hunts.

The Lever-Action Rifle: An American Classic

The lever-action rifle is as American as baseball, hot dogs and apple pie.

Born of Africa: The Kimber Caprivi

Well thought-out in features and design, the Model 8400 Caprivi is Kimber Manufacturing's first dangerous-game rifle.

Mossberg 464 SPX

Mossberg’s 464 lever-action carbine gets a tactical makeover.

Modern Bullets in Lever-Gun Cartridges

Advances in bullet design have stretched the performance envelope for lever-action rifles.

A Look Back at the Winchester 1894

With more than 7 million produced, the Winchester ’94 is the most popular sporting rifle ever made.

Rimfires for the Next Generation

Following on the success of its affordable center-fire American Rifle, Ruger has invigorated the .22 LR and .22 WMR long-gun markets with its American Rimfires. And, yes, they use the company’s excellent rotary magazines.

The Armed Citizen® September 7, 2014

Joseph Sherman, owner of Westwind Automotive, was working late one evening after closing the shop when he heard someone turning the handle of the garage door. At first, he ignored it. But then he noticed the deadbolt being jostled. He glanced out the window and saw the shadow of someone trying to break in through the door.

Trijicon World Shooting Championship

Some of the biggest names in shooting and firearms are in attendance at the Peacemaker National Training Center competing for more than $100,000 in prize money.

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