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Video: Defensive Shotgun Training

American Rifleman TV is back at Gunsite Training Center in Paulden, Ariz., with Sheriff Jim Wilson for some hands-on defensive shotgun Training,

Video: Pocket Pistol Secrets from Gunsite

American Rifleman TV heads to Gunsite in Paulden, Ariz., for a lesson in pocket pistols for self-defense.

The State of the Scout Rifle

In July, a group of writers, firearm manufacturers and private students met at Gunsite Academy (gunsite.com) near Paulden, Ariz., to explore the current state of the Scout rifle.

In Memoriam: Janelle Cooper—1920-2019

A memorial service for Janelle Cooper—co-founder of Gunsite Academy who died on July 28 at her home at Paulden, Ariz.—will be held Saturday, Sept. 28, at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Prescott, Ariz.

NRA Gun Gear of the Week: Gunsite Option Targets

American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach heads to the range with Gunsite Option Targets.

Gunsite Celebrates 1911 100th Anniversary

A few candid photos from the Centennial Pistol Class held at Gunsite Academy in Paulden, Ariz. The class celebrated the John M. Browning-designed firearm, featuring special presentations, as well as range time, in which participants only used 1911-style pistols. From "Gunsite Academy Honors M1911 100th Anniversary."

Gunsite Academy Training Heads East

If you’ve long dreamed of attending a class at the renowned Gunsite Academy but are up against the time and financial constraints of traveling to Paulden, Ariz., from somewhere "back east," you might be able to get now there by just gassing up your car.

Editors’ Picks 2019: Les Baer Gunsite Pistol

Les Baer’s Gunsite Pistol is a modern rendition of Col. Jeff Cooper’s preferred defensive handgun—a Government Model M1911 chambered in .45 ACP, the classic “heavy pistol.”

Fear & Loading: Update—Gunsite and Intuit Come to Terms

Intuit has voluntarily contacted the famed firearm training facility and has agreed to cover the cost of manpower required to recover the rerouted funds.

Magazine Disconnect

I have just started reading American Rifleman, and I love the technical information in the magazine. But it seems like you guys sometimes assume every reader knows what every gun term you use means. What is a magazine disconnect? Is it the same thing as a safety?

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