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Magnum Research MLR .22 WMR Barracuda

Shortly after Sturm, Ruger & Co.’s 1999 introduction of its .22 WMR-chambered Model 10/22 Magnum,...

A First Look at 2016's New Guns

At the 2015 National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers show, some gun manufacturers were hush-hush,...

Don’t Let Recoil Ruin Your Shooting Fun

Low-recoiling guns and cartridges are fun to shoot every time out, easy to master and...

New for 2016: North American Arms Ranger II Mini Revolver

Just back from the NASGW show, Field Editor B. Gil Horman has a long list...

5 Stocks to Spice Up Your Ruger 10/22

With the first models introduced in 1964, the Ruger 10/22 has become one of the...

Ruger Expands LCR to Include .327 Federal Magnum

Sturm, Ruger & Co. has announced its newest caliber to be included in the Lightweight...

NRA Gun of the Week: Magnum Research Barracuda .22 WMR MLR

The NRA Gun of the Week is the MLR22WMBW Barracuda—one of the most potent of...

Review: Savage A17 Rimfire Rifle

The affordable, lightweight and accurate Savage A17 chambered in .17 HMR does the one thing...

Henry Repeating Arms Small Game Carbine & Rifle

Enjoy the large lever loop and Skinner peep sights of this new hunting rimfire lever...

Video: Ruger LCR .22 Magnum

In 2013 Ruger unveiled the LCR-22MAG, a six-shot revolver chambered for .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire...

5 Reasons to Check In With North American Arms

North American Arms of Provo, Utah, has been very busy the last few years. Like...

The .22 Magnum for Self-Defense

Due to its light recoil, even a novice shooter can deliver six accurate shots in...

Kel-Tec CMR-30

If you own the popular Kel-Tec PMR-30 pistol, the new CMR-30 will feel familiar, as...

America's Top 5 Handgun Cartridges

Handgun aficionados are as loyal to their favorite cartridges as their riflemen counterparts.

Lipsey's Exclusive Ruger Single-Seven .327 Fed. Mag. Revolver

If this had been one of the first revolvers Ruger released in .327, it’s likely...

Pinned and Recessed Smith & Wessons

What do these terms mean, and do they make the revolver more valuable?

Throwback Thursday: Ruger Model 10/22 Carbine—Sept. 1964, The American Rifleman

Originally published in September 1964, this American Rifleman "Dope Bag" reviews the first generation of...

The Enduring Hand Ejector

Long-time gun owners take their ability to identify various makes and models for granted. But...

A Look Back at the Smith & Wesson Model 66

The policeman’s dream gun has a stainless steel cousin.
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