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The Only Way To Sling

Every Thursday we'll share an article from the American Rifleman archives. In this week's article...

Throwback Thursday: The Scout Rifle

Every Thursday we'll share an article from the American Rifleman archives. In this week's article...

Editor's Choice: Palladium Press Ensemble

Palladium has done the modern reader a service by preserving these great writings on the...

Springfield's Range Officer M1911s

The original Range Officer offered a thoughtful mix of features from both ends of the...

Army’s Horner Wins First Trijicon World Shooting Championship

The staff sergeant bested a field of 159 amateur and professional competitive shooters from around...

The FN Browning 1910 Pistol and The Great War

On June 28, 1914, seven students in Sarajevo set out to assassinate Austria’s Archduke Franz...

The Great Equalizer

Junior shooter Lee Wills proves the old saying, “God made man, but Samuel Colt made...

Heavy Metal: The Ruger SR-762 Review

Building on the acclaim of the two-stage gas piston system in its SR-556 AR-style rifle,...

Nesika Sporter Rifle

Nesika actions have been famous for decades, and the company is now building complete rifles....

Extend Your Effective Hunting Range

How do you build confidence in your shooting at any realistic hunting range? Find out...

Hedgerows of Normandy

In September 1944, American Rifleman’s former editor, an accredited war correspondent, had his first dispatch...

Testing The Army’s M855A1 Standard Ball Cartridge

Spanning a decade-and-a-half, the process of adopting the lead-free 5.56x45 mm NATO M855A1 ball cartridge...

Don’t Let Recoil Ruin Your Shooting Fun

Low-recoiling guns and cartridges are fun to shoot every time out, easy to master and...

Michael Bloomberg Will Haunt You In The Afterlife

After his life as mayor of NYC, that is. Certain of his place in heaven,...

The Guns of 1864

In 1864, more and more repeating rifles-Spencers and “sixteen shooter” Henrys-made their way into Union...

A Fugitive from the Law of Averages: Col. Walter R. Walsh

Col. Walter R. Walsh cast a tall shadow across most of the 20th Century not...

Going Out on Top

Jamie Beyerle-Gray’s ability to keep her sights on Olympic Gold, despite chronic pain that would...

Throwback Thursday: Short Stories About Long Shots

In this week's article taken from the July 1944 issue, War Correspondent Bill Shadel shares...

Single-Shot .22 Handguns

Marksmanship competition once spurred the development of handguns with some unusual characteristics.

A Look Back at the Remington 700

Arguably the most popular bolt-action rifle ever made, the Model 700 traces its lineage back...
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