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Built for a 2,000-Yard Beatdown: Hornady's 300 PRC Goes the Distance

Starting with a McRees Precision chassis and other premium components, the author's 300 PRC build does Hornady's new match load justice.

An Essential Uzi Guide

Uziel Gal’s 9 mm Luger submachine gun is one of the most distinctive small arms ever designed.

First Ruger Custom Shop Gun: SR1911 Competition Pistol

Ruger has announced its very first offering from the Ruger Custom Shop, the SR1911 Competition Pistol.

Big Sky Country's Bergara Academy

The all-new Bergara Academy is challenging the outdated perception that long-distance shooting is some sort of elitist pursuit, one where exotic rigs, Olympic stamina and MENSA cards are membership mandatory.

The Keefe Report: Agent Rossi’s—and the NRA National Firearms Museum's—Next Gun

This SIG Sauer 1911 Tac Ops pistol is identical to the one that will be carried by the "Criminal Minds" character played by Joe Mantegna—who stopped by the NRA National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, Va. today.

Second Acts: Champion Shooter Vera Koo

In this first article in an occasional series on women who entered the world of firearms later in life or as a second career, eight-time Bianchi Cup Women's National Champion Vera Koo tells us her story.

Friends of NRA Offers Major Jim Land Commemorative Rifle

Friends of NRA is commemorating the long service and lasting legacy of Major Edward James Land, Jr.—to both his nation and the National Rifle Association—with a run of 50 limited-edition tactical rifles built by Virginia-based Ashbury Precision Ordnance (APO).

NRA Gun of the Week: EAA Witness P Match Pro Pistol

American Rifleman’s Kelly Young takes a look at a competition-ready CZ-75 clone imported by EAA.

Results: American Rifleman Ladies Pistol Project II—Concealed Carry Pistols

Ladies Pistol Project II looked at .380 ACP and 9 mm semi-automatic pistols that might be used for concealed carry.

The American Rifleman Ladies Pistol Project

An unbiased evaluation of 18 handguns by 35 women corroborates some theories about which guns women prefer, while debunking one of the most common schools of thought about what constitutes the ideal firearm for a woman.

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