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Personally, I Prefer the Winchester

Theodore Roosevelt preferred Winchester rifles, and used them with confidence throughout his life.

Home of the Brave

Memories and her children are what kept American Rifleman Editorial Assistant Holly Miller going after...

The Decision to Defend

Recently a neighbor asked my advice on purchasing a home-defense shotgun—his first gun in fact,...

Bob Morrison Leaves Lasting Legacy At Taurus

The year is 1996 and it’s a Wednesday. My lunch hour is booked with a...

Taurus Judge Ammunition: Feeding the Judge

Federal, Remington and Winchester have all developed self-defense loads for .45 Colt/.410-bore revolvers.

Really, The Versa Max Deserves It

"OK, so American Rifleman gave a Golden Bullseye Award to gun that, if used, could...

The Armed Citizen® April 26, 2011

It was less than a year ago that Chicago's government was forced to repeal many...

Survey Reveals Top Brands In The Industry

Once again the world is conspiring to humiliate the Insider. No sooner had I opined...

Springfield M1A: The M14’s Successful Sibling

When commercial gunmaker Springfield Armory decided to begin making and selling a civilian version of...

NRA & BSA: 100 Years of Partnership

NRA and BSA have enjoyed a tremendous relationship since 1910, with millions of boys and...

Setting the Bar: Beretta’s Xplor

Beretta’s Xplor can digest everything from target loads to magnums.

A Half-Century of Service

The NRA Law Enforcement Division celebrates its 50th Anniversary.

Uncle Dan's EE Grade Lefever

Dan Lefever built the first hammerless side-by-side shotgun
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