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OK, Really, What’s Going on with .22 Rimfire?

Different day, same headline? Maybe so, but here's the most detailed explanation to date. It’s...

Range Time with the FN P90

Last week, we were on the range with full-automatic version of the FN P90 chambered...

Nitrogen-Purged Ammo?

Seriously, someone at Federal Premium must have been in a meeting and said (while laughing),...

A New U.S. Military Handgun? The Modular Handgun System

There have been rumors that the U.S. military will be soon adopting a new service...

ARES Defense Mission Configurable Rifle (MCR)

The ARES Defense MCR's flexibility lends itself to being a carbine, an infantry rifle or...

If You Like Your R51, You Can Keep Your R51: The Lesson of the All American 2000

For those relatively new to the firearm industry it would seem that the Remington R51’s...

GhostStryke Earpieces

GhostStryke blocks out any noises above the 85-decibel level while amplifying all the other “safe”...

Breaking: Remington R51 9 mm Pistol Update

If you own a Remington R51 9 mm pistol, listen up: Remington has announced they...

SilencerCo Unveils Salvo 12 Shotgun Suppressor

The Salvo 12 provides a much-needed option for shooting enthusiasts.

Suppressors: What We Can Learn from the UK Experience

While gun ownership laws in the United Kingdom are very troubling to NRA members, the...

SIG Elite Performance Brings New Ammo Source to Market

SIG is now making its own branded ammo in a company-owned U.S. plant.

The M855A1 Cartridge: A Long Time Coming

The M855A1 cartridge is the Army’s fourth version of a lead-free 5.56 mm projectile, capping...

Don’t Let Recoil Ruin Your Shooting Fun

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

Super Hero Batteries

Shooters use a lot of CR-123 batteries these days-in everything from tactical flashlights to lighted-reticle...

The Guns of 1864

In 1864, more and more repeating rifles-Spencers and “sixteen shooter” Henrys-made their way into Union...

Throwback Thursday: Indoor Novelty Shoots

Every Thursday we'll share an article from the American Rifleman archives. In this week's article...

Smart Guns: Dude, You Hacked My Gun

Worried about having your credit card hacked? How about if a criminal, a hacker or...

Sniper’s Honor

Pulitzer Prize winning author and Rifleman contributor Stephen Hunter has a new novel coming out...

Smith & Wesson .357 Registered Magnum

Today, gun registration is anathema to those who understand the genius of the Second Amendment...

Guns of the Battle of Blair Mountain

In 1921, “Marching Miners” squared off against mine owners and the “Logan County Defenders” in...
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