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Video: Making Ruger .22s

American Rifleman TV visits the Ruger factory in Prescott, Ariz., for a closer look at the production of the gunmaker's .22-caliber firearms.

Amateur Radio Club to Celebrate NRA Birthday at Gunsite

The Yavapai Amateur Radio Club (YARC) of Prescott, Ariz., will operate a special event station November 17, 2017, in celebration of the NRA’s 146th birthday.

Ham Radio Club, Gunsite Salute NRA Birthday

The Yavapai Amateur Radio Club (YARC) of Prescott, Ariz., will operate a special-event station Nov. 17, 2018, in celebration of the NRA’s 147th birthday.

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.

Tested: Ruger American Pistol

The Ruger American Pistol is an all-new, striker-fired semi-automatic designed to meet the military’s current handgun requirement. Regardless of whether it ever achieves that elusive goal, the American-made pistols offers a lot of features—and innovation—for the money.

The Armed Citizen® September 7, 2011

NRA Country superstar Craig Morgan was whitetail hunting when he received a terrifying phone call-his daughter’s home was invaded, but luckily Morgan had taught her well. “My daughter was smart enough to go in her bedroom and lock herself in, and she had a pistol, so she was waiting if he came through,”

Fear & Loading: .303 British Walls

When a contractor began demolition of an addition to a garage on a home originally constructed in 1926, he discovered the outside wall was built out of World War II-era .303 British cartridge boxes.

NRA-Edition Ruger 10/22 Takedown

Davidson’s, Inc., one of the nation’s largest firearm wholesalers, has partnered with Ruger to offer an exclusive NRA-edition Ruger 10/22 Takedown rifle.

Ruger Announces SR1911 Lightweight Commander

Fans of Ruger’s SR1911 line now have a lightweight carry option.

1911 Tokarev Kits

Shoot as much as you can. In doing so, you learn more about the techniques and equipment involved, enjoy the company of other gun folks and help preserve the precious rights to do so. In this economy, shooting can be an expensive proposition, so anything that productively burns powder has at least some merit.

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