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The Armed Citizen® March 2010

Criminal justice instructor Michael Minto was exiting the Kaplan Career Institute when he saw a...

Colt 1878 Double Action Frontier

Samuel Colt never saw how far his design went.

The Armed Citizen® February 2010

When a woman knocked on the door, Donald Kaighn--an NRA member, World War II veteran...

The Armed Citizen® January 2010

Shocked onlookers watched as a vehicle careened across a mall parking lot, nearly striking a...

The Redcoats’ Brown Bess

Brown Bess muskets served both sides during the American Revolution.

The Beretta M9: 25 Years of Service

The Beretta family, company, and Italian industry can take justifiable pride in doing what to...

Rifleman At War: Iraq

When NRA's Phil Schreier went to Iraq for “American Rifleman Television” he wasn't sure how...

Reports from Afghanistan

American Rifleman’s man on the ground in Afghanistan reports on the arms used by our...

Triggernometry 101

An elementary lesson in handgun fire-control systems.

Lincoln’s Rifles

President Abraham Lincoln loved all things mechanical, especially firearms. During the War Between the States,...

AR's Top 10 Handguns

Our choices for the best and most significant handguns on the past century.

The Rifleman’s Repeater

This is not your father's semi-auto.

Ruger Bisley Super Blackhawk Hunter

Blending materials and design to create sensible big-game hunting revolver.

Kimber Pro Aegis II

With a name meaning protection, the Pro Aegis II is a special-purpose pistol.

Build Your Own Loading Bench

It doesn't have to be huge to be effective.

The Kahr .45s

Kahr Arms' personal-size .45s give more power to the people.

Ruger Hawkeye & The .256 Win. Mag.

While both were good ideas, neither caught the attention of the American public.

Ithaca Model 37 Featherlight

First offered in 1937, the all-steel Featherlight is an improvement on the basic Remington Model...
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