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Home Of The Crickett: Keystone Arms Factory Tour

Follow American Rifleman contributor Frank Melloni as he goes behind the scenes at Keystone Arms to see the process in which the rimfire Crickett rifle is made.

The .44 Special: A Big-Bore Favorite

The .44 Smith & Wesson Special has had a virtual cult-like following for most of its 100-plus-year existence and became a favorite of many western lawmen and self-defense practitioners.

Rifleman Q&A: Curious Semi-Automatic Mauser?

A reader writes American Rifleman regarding a curious 8 mm Mauser similar in design to the M1 Garand that appears well-made.

Trust But Verify: Function-Checking Your Guns

Even in the age of modern manufacturing, users have a lot to benefit in terms of safety and general familiarity by going over their firearms with a function check.

Ammo Shortage Creating Lines at Gun Shops

Firearm enthusiasts are lining up and camping out at gun shops across the country just to get their hands on factory-fresh ammo.

The Keefe Report: Where's All The Ammo?

It's a question we're hearing over and over. Where's all the ammo? So, we called the major ammunition manufacturers to find out.

The M1 Carbine: 10 Little-Known Facts

The “U.S. Carbine, Caliber .30, M1” was the most produced American infantry arm of World War II. And it's back.

Rifleman Q&A: Did Savage Arms Make Lee-Enfields?

One American Rifleman reader wrote in, asking about a Savage-marked Lee-Enfield rifle he saw at a gun show. Here's the backstory.

Rifleman Q&A: Did Remington Rebuild M1903s During WWII?

It's commonly thought that Remington build M1903A3 rifles during WWII, but this gun-show find indicates otherwise. Where did these M1903 Remingtons come from?

An Old Colt Reborn: Bringing a Single-Action Army Back to Life

This tired, worn-out Colt Single Action Army received a new lease on life, thanks to the efforts of Wiley Clapp and a team of talented gunsmiths.

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