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A Half-Century of Service

The NRA Law Enforcement Division celebrates its 50th Anniversary.

Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Gun Rights

The Supreme Court has extended the federally protected right to Keep and Bear Arms to all 50 states.

Book Review: Self-Defense Laws of All 50 States

This 556-page book identifies and explains each state’s self-defense laws, with an emphasis on translating legal jargon into plain, understandable English.

Setting the Stage for the AR Phenomenon

Former NRA editorial colleague Doug Howlett recently enlisted me to write the foreword for his latest project, "The Shooter’s Bible Guide to AR-15s."

Book Review: Chicks with Guns By Lindsay McCrum

Lindsay McCrum's photography collection "Chicks with Guns" provides a stunning look at the strong female firearm owners in America today.

Farewell to Mikhail Kalashnikov

Mark Keefe remarks on the news of Mikhail Kalashnikov's death.

Doug Hamlin Named to Lead NRA Publications

Douglas J. Hamlin has been named the new executive director of NRA Publications, effective immediately.

Canada's Good Guy with a Gun

Thanks to the heroic efforts of the Canadian Parliament’s Sergeant-at-Arms, untold innocent lives were saved.

Throwback Thursday: Thanksgiving Day

Every Thursday we'll share an article from the American Rifleman archives. In this week's article taken from the November 1961 issue, then-Editor-in-Chief Walter Howe extolls on why shooter-sportsmen and gun owners have a particular reason to be grateful for the basic freedom of the American way of life-values that still ring true today.

The Total Christmas Gift

Every Thursday we'll share an article from the American Rifleman archives. This editorial from December 1962 by then-Editor-in-Chief Walter Howe describes the responsibilities of parents that go along with presenting their child with a first firearm.

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