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The Rough Riders’ Potato Digger

“Roosevelt’s Rough Riders” took two Colt-Browning machine guns to Cuba in 1898. One is now...

Remington's Model 700: The First 50 Years

The Remington Model 700 is 50 years old, and continues to be a very popular...

A Look Back at the Smith & Wesson K-22

Born at the beginning of the Great Depression, this iconic revolver remains a masterpiece to...

Beauty & the Beast: A Pair of Kimbers

A Kimber Model 84L and a Kimber Model 8400 Caprivi were the author’s choices for...

Beretta's A400s: 21st Century Shotguns

The “green monster of technology” is no longer alone.

Weaver 4-20x50 mm Tactical Riflescope

Weaver has entered the tactical market with its 4-20x50 mm Tactical Scope.

A Look Back: The Remington 141 Gamemaster Rifle

This simple, yet elegant workaday rifle has been the constant companion of country people for...

Remington 700 SPS Tactical in .300 Blackout

The Remington 700 is now available in .300 ACC Blackout with a Special Purpose Synthetic...

Production Forbes Rifles

“Joe needs you to write up a rifle. It will be here Tuesday,” read the...

Marlin Model 1894 Introduced

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

Winchester Model 1895: A Look Back

The incredible genius of John Browning took the concept of the lever-action rifle to a...

Ruger's Gunsite Scout Rifle

Trying to answer, “Is Jeff Cooper’s ‘scout’ concept valid after all?”

Trial Lawyers, Guns, Money & Ratings

CNBC’s “Remington Under Fire” made for dramatic television, but only told half the story.

The Winchester Model 94 Rides Again

The 1894 is back to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Oliver Winchester’s birth.

Para's Long and Short of It

PARA USA makes 1911s that cover the entire size spectrum.

Nosler Rifles Come Full Circle

Just like its projectiles, Nosler rifles give hunters an edge.

The 1903 Colt: A Look Back

One of the first semi-automatic pocket pistols came from the fertile mind of John Browning.

The Remington Nylon 66

A new concept in rifles, back then.

The Kimber Talkeetna

Neither a mountain rifle nor a heavyweight, it may be just right.
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