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Bob Morrison Leaves Lasting Legacy At Taurus

The year is 1996 and it’s a Wednesday. My lunch hour is booked with a...

H&R .32 Auto

The automatic pistol was a new and intriguing device in the early part of the...

American Rifleman Staff Musings

In honor of the 125th anniversary of American Rifleman, the following is an exposition by...

The Practical Elegance of Checkering

Rows and rows of perfect pyramids run down the frontstrap of your pistol, all of...

American Rifleman 125th Anniversary Special

The Rifle, the magazine that would become American Rifleman, was started 125 years ago. Excerpted...

Colt's M4A1 And Why It's So Important

Picking up where we left off with the Insider’s trip to Hartford, Conn., to visit...

The Insider Looks At Insider Trading

Wall Street executives are scrutinized for their compensation packages, stock option plans and other bonuses.

Past Juxtaposes With Future In Colt's Factory

Colt’s landmark factory in Hartford, referred to as the Colt Armory, was called “the greatest...

Click, Click ... Click

When things, go, well, not as planned.

How to Clean a Handgun

Proper cleaning is the key to keeping your guns running smoothly.

The Homogenized Handgun Business

With the announcement that Sturm, Ruger & Co. will be introducing an M1911 pistol at...

Abnormal Gun Buying

Normal is a setting on a clothes drier. The Insider has never been accused of...

A Tale of Two Colts in .380

The discontinued Colt Government Model .380 continues to be a family favorite.

Smile When You Buy That Glock, Maggot

Celebrity endorsements are commonly used to sell everything from wristwatches to coffee pots, but for...

Wood: The European Difference

Wood. If you need one word to differentiate Europe’s shooting industry trade show from America’s...

Britain's L129A1

British troops are taking back the half kilometer with the L129A1.

Custom 1911 Builders

Those slick 1911 pistols you see in the gun shop with all the bells and...

Hemingway's Beretta

It’s believed Hemingway owned a Beretta shotgun, though documentation is limited.

The Remington R1 M1911

The R1 is Remington’s first semi-automatic pistol since the 1920s.

Dakota Rifles: American Best

As part of the Freedom Group, Dakota appears poised to produce its best guns ever.
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