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The Guns of 1864

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

Alliant Reloder 23 and 26 Propellants

Owners of rifles with overbore and magnum chamberings have two new propellant options in Reloder...

Lipsey's Exclusive Ruger Bisley Super Blackhawk .44 Mag.

This short-barreled single-action packs a punch for personal protection in the great outdoors.

Flush-Seating Wadcutters

How does flush-seating affect accuracy for wadcutter loads? Find out here.

Wildcat Cartridges That Went Legit

Hundreds of wildcat cartridges have come and gone through the years-some with ridiculous names and...

Alliant Powder Power Pro 1200-R

Made in the U.S., Power Pro 1200-R is specifically designed for high-volume .223 Rem. reloading...

Shooting for Less

With the current shortage of ammunition and components and their increased prices, getting extra time...

Precise Propellant Measuring

Precise measuring of propellant is critical to maintaining consistent accuracy and velocity in reloading, and...

The American Longrifle

If you’re proud to be an American, then thank Daniel Morgan, Timothy Murphy and the...

The Tale of Two .32 Specials

Older firearms often need special care, including developing a gentle load to protect the bores.

Soft Loads for Safari Rifles

Reducing bullet size or velocity reduces recoil, or both can be reduced for even more.

Charter Arms 9 mm Pitbull Revolver

Charter Arms bumped the shot capacity from five to six shots in its latest rimless...

Nock's Volley Gun

A little-known failed experiment by the British Royal Navy produced the seven-barreled Nock volley gun.

The Mighty .505 Gibbs

The .505 Gibbs is one of the most serious sporting cartridges in the world.

Practical Precision

Here are some tips for big accuracy gains on a small budget.

Near Zero

As an amateurish but enthusiastic student of Marine Corps history, I remain fascinated with the...

35 Years of Loading the .25-'06 Rem.

The .25-’06 can take everything from varmints to big game if loaded correctly.

Handloading Lead-Free Bullets

There are multiple factors that must be considered when handloading lead-free bullets.

Loading the .38 Spl. & .357 Mag.

Accurate training and self-defense loads can be easily created for these popular revolver calibers.

The M1 Garand: Recent Developments in Auto Loaders

In honor of the 125th anniversary of American Rifleman, the following is an excerpt from...
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