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Throwback Thursday: Damaged Goods

Every Thursday we'll share an article from the American Rifleman archives. In this week's article taken from the January 1924 issue, F.C. Ness discusses a corroded rifle that refused to admit its ruination.

Mark, Fore & Strike

The main benefit to shopping in smaller gun stores is the personalized service that they provide.

The "Feel" of a Handgun

Many people choose a handgun by the way it feels in their hands. However, it’s a gun’s shooting ability that should be considered most crucial.

4 Life-Saving Tips for New Shooters

Personal-defense training is big business. So how do you know what you really need? If you are new to shooting, follow these four easy-to-remember tips to keep you on track.

Six Things to Consider When Choosing Self-Defense Handgun Ammunition

Getting ready to buy self-defense handgun ammunition? Read this first.

If You Like Your R51, You Can Keep Your R51: The Lesson of the All American 2000

For those relatively new to the firearm industry it would seem that the Remington R51’s suspension from production is the end of the world. It’s not. What happens next is what is important.

The Enduring Hand Ejector

Long-time gun owners take their ability to identify various makes and models for granted. But what about newer shooters just embarking on a new hobby? For them, the nomenclature created over many decades is a whole new language, as Wiley Clapp recently learned.

Fight Like a Woman

There's a good reason the number of pink AR-15s is increasing at your local range, including DPMS' effort to raise money to fight breast cancer.

Throwback Thursday: Smith & Wesson’s LadySmith Revolvers

The handgun ban in Maryland, the campaign against semi-automatic arms in California and restrictive pistol legislation in the Chicago suburbs make it seem sometimes that the anti-gunners are everywhere on the march.

The Armed Citizen® March 2, 2015

Paige Ham, 28, and a friend woke to a loud noise outside of their residence just after 4 a.m. They looked out the window and noticed that a lock had been cut from an outside shed.

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