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SKS Modifications: Nods To Practicality

Although Sergei Simonov’s SKS had a relatively short service history, the tough, stripper-clip-fed infantry arm...

Tested: Springfield SOCOM 16 CQB M1A Rifle

Get up close and personal with this modern tactical version of a classic .308 battle...

The State of the Scout Rifle

In July, a group of writers, firearm manufacturers and private students met at Gunsite Academy...

The Gunsite Legacy

Forty years after Col. Jeff and Janelle Cooper founded Gunsite, it is now America’s oldest...

An M1 Carbine for Home Defense?

Inland Manufacturing's M1 Scout is a just-right option if you are looking for an easy-to-operate,...

Days of Infamy—The M1 Garand's Baptism By Fire

Nearly three-quarters of a century ago, the “U.S. Rifle, Caliber .30, M1,” was first used...

Marlin Model 1895GSBL Rifle Review

Broad interest in the .45-70 Gov’t has waxed and waned repeatedly during its 130-year existence,...

Tested: CVA Scout V2 Pistol

Enjoy benchrest shooting and hunting with this affordably priced single-shot pistol chambered in .223 Rem.

Is the .45-70 Gov't. Cartridge Still Relevant?

Is a big-bore rifle round used to fight the Spanish-American War still a good choice...

Review: Savage Model 11 Scout Rifle

It’s pretty much impossible to mention a scout-style rifle without a reference to Col. Jeff...

The K98k Zf 41—The First Scout Rifle?

From the American Rifleman archives is the story of the K98k, equipped with the low-power,...

M1A—The M14's Successful Sibling

The military may not have liked the M14, but its brother, the semi-automatic M1A, has...

The Guns of the Boer Commandos

Superior Boer marksmanship and Mauser rifles exacted a high price from the British during the...

The History of the Mannlicher-Schoenauer Carbine

By the time Hemingway got his hands on a Mannlicher-Schoenauer in 1930, the rifle’s basic...

The Keefe Report: A Badge Worth Having

According to Scouting magazine, the Rifle Shooting merit badge was number two of the non-required...

Firearms For Lefties

It isn’t always easy being a lefty in a right-handed world, and the realm of...

NEW Guns From Inland Manufacturing

Inland Manufacturing, a gunmaker that made a splash last year with its replicas of World...

NEW! Springfield Armory M1A SOCOM 16 CQB

The newest member of the Springfield Armory M1A family—the SOCOM 16 CQB rifle in 7.62x51...

Throwback Thursday: The Scout Rifle Realized

From the Sept. 1998 American Rifleman, Mark Keefe authored this article about the Steyr Scout...

American Rifleman Archives: Editorial—The Mentally Ill

For nearly half-a-century NRA has urged Congress to study the question of mental illness. This...
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