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The Winchester Model 94: History & Disassembly

Compact, reliable and powerful, Winchester's Model 1894 lever-actions may not have the popularity it once had with Western settlers, prospectors, law enforcement officers, hunters and ranchers, but its legacy remains today and is a fan favorite in Winchester's current product line.

NRA Gun of the Week: Fabarm USA Autumn

On this week’s “Gun of the Week” video preview, American Rifleman examines a first from Fabarm, a side-by-side break-action shotgun called the Autumn.

The .405 Winchester: History and Performance

Now largely a forgotten footnote in cartridge development, the .405 Winchester was once the most powerful rimmed cartridge capable of use in a lever-action rifle and was a favorite of Theodore Roosevelt.

Review: Kel-Tec’s Radical P50

Between its retro appearance and the 50 rounds of 5.7x28 mm FN ammunition on board, George Kellgren’s latest pistol design may be his most interesting to date. Is it the ultimate varmint blaster? You decide.

The Keefe Report: Remembering The Heroes Of 9/11

Twenty years after the Sept. 11 attacks, NRA Publications Editorial Director Mark Keefe reflects on those who've been lost and have sacrificed in the global war on terror.

Gun Cleaning For People Who Hate It

Many shooters despise gun cleaning, but if you do it right, with the best tools, time can be saved for more enjoyable shooting and training activities.

The Canadian Ross Rifle in Ireland

Of all the firearms in the hands of the Irish Republican Army during the “Irish War of Independence”, the Canadian Ross rifle was probably the oddest, and it was indeed used in small numbers as explored here.

Review: SIG Sauer 716i Tread

SIG Sauer has continued diversifying its Tread series lineup of semi-automatic rifles since 2018, now the company includes the 716i, an AR-10-style carbine outfitted with performance-enhancing features in a well-balanced package.

Winchester’s Super X Pump: Legendary Lineage & Superlative Speed

The most recent line of pump-action shotguns from one of America’s oldest names lives up to the reputation for reliability and handling of its forebears—at a fraction of the cost.

The Variable-Power Optic: History & Performance

When it comes to riflescopes, variable-power units have become almost ubiquitous. To better understand variable scopes—and how to use them properly—you need to know how they work.

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