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Theodore Roosevelt’s Winchester Rifles

When it came to gun knowledge or shooting skill, no chief executive, now or then, was the equal of President Theodore Roosevelt. When it came to rifles, he not only preferred those of the Winchester Repeating Arms Co., he used them with confidence throughout his life.

Personally, I Prefer the Winchester

Theodore Roosevelt preferred Winchester rifles, and used them with confidence throughout his life.

Video—ARTV: Winchester XPR Rifle Review

In this "Rifleman Review" segment from a recent episode of American Rifleman Television, Mark Keefe shoots the Winchester XPR Rifle.

FN: The First 125 Years

The company that owns Browning, makes Winchester rifles and shotguns, and produces many of the small arms used by the U.S. military continues to do what it does best: make guns.

Ben Cartwright's Winchester Model 1873

Chambered in .44-40, this carbine could take the most popular centerfire ammunition available for either rifle or handgun in the West.

Elvis Presley Tribute Lever-Action Shotgun

Jan. 8, 2016, would have been the American icon's 81st birthday, and America Remembers has announced a limited-edition Elvis Presley Tribute Lever-Action Shotgun—a detailed recreation of the 1887 lever-action shotgun once produced by Winchester.

Handgun Rounds in Rifles

In the 1870s, an interesting phenomenon burst on the firearms scene. Cartridge firearms had been in use since the mid-50s, but most of the early ones were small calibers that were plagued with problems.

The Keefe Report: The Future of Remington Arms

The future for Remington Arms certainly looks different, but thanks to Roundhill Group, the oldest name in American firearms might actually have a future.

Blood on the Border: The Battle of Columbus

In the early hours of March 19, 1916, American cavalrymen and armed citizens fought a pitched battle against Pancho Villa’s raiders.

Frontier Lawman: Deputy U.S. Marshal Bass Reeves

A remarkable former slave who helped tame the western frontier in Indian Territory left a fascinating legacy of justice—enforced at the point of a gun.

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