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NRA Gun of the Week: Benelli USA M3 Super 90

On this week’s “Gun of the Week” video preview Benelli’s M3 Super 90, a user-selectable shotgun action with semi-automatic and manually operated action modes.

Mossberg 590: A Versatile Pump-Action Shotgun

Launched in the 1980s and based off the the Mossberg 500, the Mossberg 590 pump-action shotgun line has grown with several different versions and chamberings now offered. 

Stoeger M3000: An Affordable Semi-Auto Shotgun

Introduced in 2012 and featuring Benelli’s Inertia Driven System of operation, the Turkish made Stoeger M3000 line is an affordable 12-ga. semi-automatic shotgun line that has gained in popularity.

NRA Publications 20th Anniversary Golden Bullseye Awards

NRA Publications has announced the winners of the 2022 Golden Bullseye Awards naming the top products voted on by the staff of four of NRA Publications’ award-winning brands in up to seven different categories.

Forgotten U.S. Infantry Rifles Of World War I

While the M1903 and M1917 service rifles were the main rifles used by the United States, four other rifles were utilized during World War I in roles that are largely forgotten today, as explored by Jon Krisko. 

2021 Shotgun of the Year: Rock Island Armory VRBP-100

Of the myriad rifles introduced and tested by your American Rifleman, Rock Island Armory (RIA) and its VRBP-100 shotgun earn the top honor for 2021 as Shotgun of the Year.

The Art of Gold Damascening

What, never heard of it? Rarer and more expensive than engraving, some of the world’s most beautiful guns are gold damascened. These exquisite arms were adorned for the very rich, kings, presidents and even dictators. How was it done and by whom?

The Armed Citizen® Dec. 13, 2021

Read today's "The Armed Citizen" entry for real stories of law-abiding citizens, past and present, who used their firearms to save lives.

Into The Breech ... Or Not: The NitroFire/FireStick System

Can a rifle lacking a breechplug really be a muzzleloader? Though some interested parties—including the federal government—say “no,” today’s blackpowder hunters are tuning into news about Traditions’ NitroFire rifle and Federal’s innovative FireStick propulsion system.

The Mossberg Model 500: History & Disassembly

First designed and marketed in 1962, Mossberg’s Model 500 pump-action shotgun is a popular arm, due no doubt to its well-balanced combination of affordability and quality.

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