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Tested: Blackhawk Suppressors—All Kinds Of Quiet

Comprised of seven very different models, each filling a specific role, Blackhawk’s new line of...

American Rifleman Guide: Precision Rifle Series

One of the most exciting shooting sports available today is the Precision Rifle Series—better known...

The Kimber Rifle Story

The company best known for its rifles with classic American lines, light weight and accuracy,...

Kahr Firearms—Steering Its Own Market

The New York-turned-Pennsylvania firearm firm reinvented the concealed carry pistol and now hopes to target...

Top 5 “Hitting” Guns

We have truck guns, pocket guns, bear guns, BBQ guns … ever heard of a...

SHOT Show 2018: Ruger Precision Rimfire

It looks very much like the Ruger Precision Rifle, but it's chambered in .22 LR....

I Have This Old Gun: Ruger “Old Model” Single-Six

The adage that “timing is everything” was never truer than with the Ruger Single-Six, a...

Product Preview: Fusion 6.5 mm Creedmoor

I get to test a lot of firearms and ammunition here at American Rifleman, and...

Line Extensions for Ruger's American Rimfire, Hawkeye and Precision Rifle

Just days before SHOT Show 2018 and Ruger continues its blitz of new products and...

The Ruger P95 vs. The Security-9: 20 Years of Evolution

See what's changed and what has stayed the same since Ruger introduced its first polymer-framed...

Handloading The 7.62x39 mm (M43)

The key to unlocking the 7.62x39 mm’s utmost potential is matching its projectiles to the...

Tested: Ruger’s PC Carbine and Security-9 Pistol

Ruger has developed two new guns in 9 mm Luger—a takedown carbine and a compact...

Sequel: The 6 mm Creedmoor

Seldom is the sequel better than the original, but the new 6 mm Creedmoor—based on...

NRA Gun of the Week: Ruger Hawkeye FTW Hunter Rifle

American Rifleman’s Joe Kurtenbach examines a trusty design from Ruger chambered for 6.5 mm Creedmoor.
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