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A Century of Remington Autoloading Rifles

Remington’s autoloading rifles deliver power, performance and ergonomics.

Ballard No. 1 1/2 Hunter's Rifle

The Ballard breechloading rifle was the brainchild of Charles Henry Ballard that was eventually built by John Mahlon Marlin.

The Adaptable .22-.250 Rem.

The .22-.250 Rem. is an adaptable round that can be loaded to cover any shooting situation from long-range varmints to casual plinking.

Coonan Classic .357 Magnum Automatic

The Coonan is a powerful, high-performance handgun that is not meant to be a first handgun.

Teamwork

By working together, Winchester Ammunition and Savage Arms have brought to market the .17 Winchester Super Magnum (WSM), a cartridge that is poised to redefine the role of rimfires.

Winchester's 'New' Model 1873

The lever-action Winchester Model 1873, the company’s first center-fire, is a classic piece of Americana, and its iconic lines are instantly recognizable. Now it is back in the Winchester catalog, and the barrels are roll-marked “Winchester” for the first time since 1919.

LeMat Revolver

The LeMat "grape-shot" revolver was a favorite of Confederate cavalrymen during the Civil War thanks to its central shotgun barrel and nine-shot cylinder. Later, LeMats were also made as cartridge guns.

Firearm Ideas That Failed

For every firearm design that flourished and went on to fame and fortune, several others arrived with great fanfare only to fizzle out at a very young age. Here are a few examples of underachievers.

The .221 Remington Fireball Fits

Loaded with the proper propellants, the .221 produces about 90 percent of the .223’s velocity with bullets weighing up to 55 grains. See the full review on the .221 Rem. Fireball here.

Henry Repeating Arms’ .22 Trifecta

This American gun maker has a bolt-action, lever-action and semi-automatic rimfire rifle to fit nearly every shooter.

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