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Old Shots Beget New Shots

The shooting industry raised more than $80,000 to support the shooting sports at the 2013 Shooting Industry Masters tournament held in Cody, Wyo.

Guns of the Easter Rising

In April 1916, Irish rebels rose up against the British Crown. Armed with a motley collection of obsolete and modern rifles, as well as handguns and shotguns, they resisted the might of the British Empire for five days before final defeat. The rebellion set in motion events that would lead to Irish independence.

Fifty Years of the Ruger 10/22

Ruger is looking to its fans and aficionados to help design a Ruger 10/22 rifle to commemorate the 50th anniversary of its popular rimfire rifle.

Do It (Mostly) Yourself Custom Revolver Project

There is just something about a large, powerful hunting revolver, especially one that you, mostly, customize yourself.

Round Two of "WeAreWeatherby" Sweepstakes Begins

Weatherby has launched round two of its "WeAreWeatherby" sweepstakes, which gives fans a chance to select their favorite new Team Weatherby ad-and automatically be entered for a chance to win a Vanguard Series 2 Synthetic in the process.

The Delta Grip from Ergo Grips

The first truly ergonomic grip for a J-Frame, the Delta Grip is engineered to fit the natural point of aim and mechanics of the human hand, wrist and arm.

Ruger Commemorates the 50th Anniversary of the 10/22

Ruger is celebrating 50 years of the 10/22 with a special edition rifle, with a design that came straight from the company’s customers.

Savage Mark II FV-SR

The .22 holds a special place for many shooters, especially when it sports a heavy barrel, excellent accuracy and muzzle-accessory threads.

Snapshots: Clouds on the Horizon

When you have magazines dating back to 1885, you end up flipping through pages and chuckling at times over what you find. Thus begins the American Rifleman’s weekly photo caption contest.

Snapshots: Not What Wilbur and Orville Had In Mind … And Bacon

Shooting balloons over New York City from a Wright Flyer with a Browning A-5 seemed like great idea in 1912, and American Rifleman's predecessor Arms & The Man was there. If you have the best caption for our "Snap Shots" contest, you could win bragging rights, laurels … and a can of bacon.

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