Nosler M48 Mountain Carbon

Review: Nosler M48 Mountain Carbon

At 6 lbs. even, the Nosler Model 48 Mountain Carbon is a definite lightweight, but with carbon fibers reinforcing both its barrel and its stock, this high-country specialist is designed to outpunch its weight class.

RCBS: Handloading’s Helping Hand

According to RCBS, there are about 4 million handloaders, and that number grows every year. RCBS is a go-to resource for those crafting their own cartridges.

The Rifles of Cecil Brooks

From the archives of American Rifleman, read about legendary gunmaker Cecil Brooks, who will forever be revered for his humble nature, exquisite skill and devotion to American freedoms. As Charlton Heston said upon receiving a Brooks rifle in 1989: "From my cold dead hands!"

Chiappa Rhino: A Modern Revolver With A Twist

In 2010, the Italian manufacturer Chiappa unveiled an unusual revolver design where the barrel is located lower in the frame and the bottom cylinder is the one to fire, the Chiappa Rhino.

Review: Henry Big Boy X Model .357 Mag.

Henry blends both the best aspects of its classic lever-action design with some of the niceties of 21st-century features into a carbine that is both capable of hunting and home defense, the Big Boy X Model in .357 Mag.

The Rifleman Report: NRA Mentor

With record firearm sales in 2020 and 2021, new gun owners are on the rise, and your NRA’s American Rifleman is here to help. Read on:

The Birmingham Small Arms Story

The great gunmaking name of Birmingham Small Arms just refuses to go away. Thanks to a partnership with Arizona Airguns, guns bearing the BSA name are available in the U.S.

Charles Cotton Elected President as NRA Celebrates 150-Year Anniversary

Charles Cotton was elected president at the NRA's 150th members' meeting in Charlotte, N.C. NRA's CEO and EVP, Wayne LaPierre, was also re-elected.

A Modular Approach To Carrying Essential Gear

This modular approach to carrying gear is the set-up used by Editor in Chief Brian Sheetz when he's out and about. See how he carries his gear and what he carries within each pack.

M1903A4 Development: The U.S. Army’s Search for a Sniper Rifle

Despite the lessons learned during World War I, the U.S. Army lacked a purpose-built sniper rifle throughout the interwar period, even after efforts were made to develop one. The need became more apparent as World War II loomed, leading to the adoption of the M1903A4, with its developmental history explored here.

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