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Bargain Hunting Rifles

You can pick up a hunting rifle from four of the biggest names in riflemaking...

Snapshots: When Taxidermy Attacks

When you have magazines dating back to 1885, you end up flipping through pages and...

Michael Bloomberg Will Haunt You In The Afterlife

After his life as mayor of NYC, that is. Certain of his place in heaven,...

Ithaca Model 5E Single-Barrel Trap

Most of the older, major-trademark American shotgun manufacturers, including Parker Brothers, A.H. Fox, Ithaca and...

Poetry in Motion: Benelli's Ethos

Italy’s Benelli has introduced a svelte, smooth-handling 12 gauge with clean lines, elegant styling, solid...

The UTS-15 Shotgun

An all-new pump-action bullpup with dual tubular magazines and an on-board capacity of 15 shells,...

A Classic Returns in .257 Bob

Often overshadowed by the 6 mms, the .257 Roberts is a .25-caliber round that started...

In Memoriam of J. Guthrie

NRA editors and contributors share some of their fondest memories of outdoor writer J. Guthrie,...

2013 Gun Digest

As some readers may be aware, I am a big fan of the Gun Digest,...

The Echo of the Thompson Gun

The “Tommy Gun” is one of the most iconic firearms in American history. But what...

Short & Sweet: The SIG Sauer P224

With a shorter grip frame and a shorter slide than the stalwart P229, SIG Sauer’s...

Wiley Clapp’s Five Favorite Firearms

As a guy who has spent all but a few years of his life wrapped...

Last Minute Christmas Gift: Glock The Book

Even if you don’t need a last minute gift, buy this book because it’s a...

Ruger LCR .22 LR

The “From The Editor” I wrote for the February issue (if you missed it don’t...

The Use of Chronographs

For over three decades, I have had the good fortune of shooting for a living....

The First Garands

The U.S. Army adopted the U.S. Rifle Semiautomatic Caliber .30, M1, in 1936. It is...

Talking with Joe Mantegna

Mark Keefe interviews actor and shooter Joe Mantegna about guns, television and freedom.

Ruger SR1911

The Ruger SR1911 delivers accuracy and reliability from a classic platform made with modern methods...

The M14: Uncle Sam's New Automatic Rifle

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

Meeting with Fat Tony

All things, apparently, are a matter of perspective. When I told my teenage son that...
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