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New for 2021: Red Arrow Weapons RAW15

Red Arrow Weapons unveils its new addition to the AR-15 market with the RAW15 carbine line available in 5.56x45 mm NATO.

Building a Modernized M1 Garand

The M1 Garand is one of the iconic battle rifles of the 20th century, but with some modification, could it be a great general-purpose rifle for the 21st? Here's our attempt to modernize the M1 Garand.

Tested: CMMG MK4 Banshee .22 LR Pistol

This high-quality AR pistol provides fun and affordable shooting with rimfire ammunition.

The Kimber Rifle Story

The company best known for its rifles with classic American lines, light weight and accuracy, Kimber, actually had its beginning Down Under more than a half-century ago. Now you can have a Kimber in any size or weight you would like—and some are even affordable.

Product Preview: KDG Sidelok Modular Optic Mount

The Sidelok Modular Optic Mount by Kinetic Development Group is a quick-detach riflescope mount that features matched front and rear rings that have been wire-EDM-cut for concentricity.

Magpul X-22 Backpacker Stock For Ruger 10/22 Takedown Rifles

Having expanded from its original business as a maker of AR- and AK-style rifle stocks, magazines and accessories into the manufacture of sporting rifle stocks, Magpul Industries now offers three replacements for Ruger’s popular 10/22 semi-automatic rimfire rifle.

The Self-Loading Scout Rifle: Worth Its Weight

American Rifleman's Brian Sheetz convened at Gunsite Academy to explore the latest developments in Scout rifles.

James River Armory Russian AKM Rifle Review

This beautiful 7.62x39 mm rifle was built by the renowned classic military firearm restorer.

UltiMAK M1 Garand Scout Scope Rail

The U.S.-made UltiMAK Forward, Low Optic Mount solves several issues at once.

Build Your Own AR from Scratch

The AR-style rifle’s modular design allows nearly anyone to build a perfectly personalized gun from the ground up. All it takes is the right components, a few specialized tools and some friendly advice from the experts. So if you see an AR in your future, why not envision, then build, one that exactly suits your needs?

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