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The Real “Dirt” on Midsouth Shooters Supply

Find out the behind-the-scenes “Dirt” on the company in this profile of one of the industry's most unique and colorful individuals.

.50 BMG: The Ultimate Big Bore?

Unleashing twice the horsepower of a .458 Win. Mag. is something a lot of shooters just have to try.

State Of The Art: Model 1855 Rifle-Musket

With its Maynard tape priming system, the U.S. Model 1855 percussion rifle-musket was state-of-the-art when adopted by the U.S. Army.

The Sheetz Rifle

Rifleman, like William Ross, played an important role toward the end of the War of 1812.

Beretta USA Expanding Operations, Opening Facility in Tennessee

The world's oldest firearms manufacturer has announced its plans to open a new manufacturing facility in Gallatin, Tenn.

The Guns of 1864

In 1864, more and more repeating rifles-Spencers and “sixteen shooter” Henrys-made their way into Union units. The South was being overwhelmed by superior numbers and firepower. If 1863 was the year of the rifle-musket in America’s bloody Civil War, then 1864 was the year of the repeater.

Official Beretta Press Release

Read the official BerettaUSA announcement in its entirely regarding its decision to move its entire Maryland manufacturing capabilities to Tennessee.

Beretta Moves All Manufacturing Out of Maryland

While Beretta announced earlier this year that it was expanding its operations to Tennessee, the company reported today that all manufacturing will now move to the far-more-firearm-friendly state.

Anatomy of a Move: An In-Depth Look at Beretta's Decision to Leave Maryland for Tennessee

While Beretta previously announced that it would expand its future manufacturing operations at a new Gallatin, Tenn., facility due to Maryland’s political climate—in particular oppressive gun laws—hings heated up with the announcement that ALL the company’s U.S. manufacturing will now move to the far-more-firearms-friendly (and business friendly) State of Tennessee.

Beretta and the M9A3: Update

Today American Rifleman's Mark Keefe is at Beretta USA in Accokeek, Md., doing something that no sitting governor of the state of Maryland has done: visit the plant that has manufactured the M9 pistol that has served the United States military since the 1980s.*

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