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Rifleman’s Canfield Is a “Star,” A Cajun One

American Rifleman Field Editor Bruce N. Canfield is one of the nation’s leading authorities and authors on American military arms.

Jacob Double Rifle

The story about the Jacob Double Rifle is as fascinating as its creator.

The Mauser C96

One of the earliest automatic pistols enjoyed a pretty healthy service life. Mauser's exotic C96 is often called the Broomhandle because of the distinctively shape of the butt.

The Armed Citizen® May 22, 2012

Miguel Lopez Hernandez, 25, and an armed accomplice entered Kelly Jewelers. The accomplice produced his handgun, ordered the store manager to get on the floor, then tossed a roll of duct tape to Hernandez.

Southern Derringer

The Southerner Derringer was a turn-barrel pistol with its name, emblazoned on the barrel, intended to appeal to buyers south of the Mason-Dixon Line.

Eagle Grips

One of the easiest ways to customize a handgun is with a good set of grips.

Buying a Gun Safe

The purchase of a safe is an important investment for protecting both firearms and other valuables.

British Mark III Snider Carbine

The Snider Carbine was developed as a way to convert percussion arms to handle self-contained cartridges.

The Glock G30S .45 ACP Pistol

Glock has developed what it considers to be the best of the .45 sub-compact pistols.

U.S. Model 1816 Flintlock Pistol

The 1816 Flintlock pistol is considered reasonable for a historic firearm.

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