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Australia’s Lee-Enfield 'Jungle Rifles'

While the British No. 5 Lee-Enfield “Jungle Carbines” are well-known guns, the Australian No. 1-based jungle rifles have languished in obscurity. They never went beyond the trials phase and are commonly faked. Here’s the real story on what are likely the rarest versions of the World War II Lee-Enfield.

All Choked Up: The Screw-In Solution

Once considered a gimmick, interchangeable chokes have revolutionized the art of shotgunning.

Preview: Browning Citori High Grade 50th Anniversary

Browning Arms, of Morgan, Utah, is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2023 and extending that celebration to the consumer with the offering of a special-edition Citori shotgun.

New For 2023: Savage Stevens 334 Bolt-Action Rifle

Savage Arms brought back an affordable rifle to the Stevens lineup with the 334, which is available in several popular chamberings and can be had with either a synthetic or walnut stock.

Rifleman Q&A: Sticky Mosin Extraction

I have recently joined the ranks of folks owning Mosin-Nagant Model rifles, in particular a Model 91/30 in 7.62x54 mm R. I have experienced an occasional problem with extraction, which generally appears after the gun has warmed up. Can you recommend anything that might be done to eliminate this problem, or is it a design feature that has to be accepted?

Favorite Firearms: Granddad’s Winchester Model 62A

Once his grandfather's gun, a pump-action Winchester Model 62A became a personal favorite for NRA member Mike Shoemake.

RISE Armament: ARs With Aerospace Genetics

Oklahoma-based firearm manufacturer RISE Armament has roots in the oil and aerospace industries and uses its experience to provide firearm enthusiasts with precision-engineered semi-automatic rifles and components.

Review: Benelli Super Black Eagle 3 28 Gauge

It makes sense that after encountering wide acceptance of the Super Black Eagle 3 in its initial offerings, Benelli would continue to diversify the line. The latest option is the 3" 28 gauge reviewed here.

Tips & Techniques: DIY Metal Finishing

Refinishing the metalwork of a firearm is not as complicated as you might think, and the options have changed over the years.

Review: At The Front Reproduction M1907 Leather Slings

At The Front, a manufacturer of Axis and Allied World War II-era reproduction field equipment, offers a faithful reproduction of the M1907 leather slings used on U.S. M1903 and M1 rifles throughout the war.

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