The National Rifle Association and American Rifleman would like to congratulate the winners of the George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest. Best In Show recipient Larissa Weber, grade 11, of Anderson, Ind., was awarded an NRA gift package and $1,000 for her submission titled “Red Fox.”
Now’s the time to turn your amateur videographer skills into some cold cash.
We kick off our new season of Snapshots with an image from the April 1942 issue of American Rifleman. “It's off to war we go. With my P’14 and my trustee hoe, hi ho, hi ho, hi ho, hi ho.” Okay, with apologies to both the Home Guard and all seven dwarves, we bring you this week’s Snapshots.
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.
Caption this and win! From 1888 through 1906, the magazine that would become American Rifleman was Shooting & Fishing. Thus, we have from our August 8, 1901, issue, our latest Snap Shots caption contest.
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.
Wayne LaPierre accepted the ice bucket challenge and has now passed the challenge along to Karl Malone, NASCAR driver Austin Dillon and Lt. Col. Oliver North.