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The Winchester Model 94: History & Disassembly

Compact, reliable and powerful, Winchester's Model 1894 lever-actions may not have the popularity it once had with Western settlers, prospectors, law enforcement officers, hunters and ranchers, but its legacy remains today and is a fan favorite in Winchester's current product line.

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.

The Model 70 Story: The Early Years

A continuation of the history of the Winchester Model 70, exploring its early beginnings and rise to popularity.

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.

The Mystery of Sarah Winchester’s House

The movie "Winchester" is set to release in theaters on Feb. 2, 2018. Before you butter the popcorn, learn the true story behind Sarah Winchester's Mystery House.

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.

The Navy Arms Model 1892 Rifle: A Gentleman’s Lever Action

Navy Arms’ collaboration with Winchester has produced a very elegant and functional Model 1892 rifle.

The .222 Remington Story

Though overshadowed by the .223 Rem., the .222 Rem. is a real performer that many shooters know little about—yet, for four decades, it held the record for the smallest five-shot group fired at a 100-yard registered benchrest match.

Clapp on Handguns: A Combo Commentary

One of the more persistent practices in handgunning is the belief in the efficiency and widespread use of a handgun that shoots the same ammunition as a rifle.

The Winchester Story

It was 150 years ago that the name “Winchester” was first stamped on a rifle. But Winchester’s narrative began well before that, and it is a tale tied to the American West, to the wars of the 20th century, to big personalities such as John Browning and John Olin, and to the manufacture of billions of cartridges and millions of rifles and shotguns beloved by generations of Americans.

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