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I Have This Old Gun: Winchester Model 1894 Lever-Action Rifle

As an improvement over the previous Model 1892 and with the added power of the smokeless .30 W.C.F. cartridge, the Winchester Model 1894 lever-action rifle was the most prolific American sporting rifle of its era.

ARTV: The Evolution of The Deer Rifle

Learn more about the history of the deer rifle, from its origins in the era of black powder to the modern-day rifles enjoyed by enthusiasts across the United States.

Henry X Model: A Top-Selling Lever-Action Rifle in 2020

Introduced in 2020, Henry USA's lineup of modernized lever-action X Model rifles climbed the bestseller list quickly, claiming the third spot in GunBroker's lineup.

Ruger No. 1: A Top-Selling Single-Shot Rifle

Ruger's No. 1 design continues to be popular among single-shot rifle fans, and it's not hard to see why.

Handloads: .35 Remington

The .35 Rem. has been chambered in a variety of rifles during the past 100-plus years. I recently found one example—a pump-action Remington Model 141 manufactured in 1949—in the back corner of a small gun shop, and its Lyman 66 aperture rear sight sealed the deal.

Review: Hornady Super Subsonic Hunting Loads

Capable, accurate, conveniently suppressible and light-recoiling, Hornady’s new Subsonic loads bring added versatility to a trio of rifle chamberings not usually associated with subsonic use.

Power Couple: Wilson Combat Southpaw Protector Series AR In .300 HAM’R

The .300 HAM’R from Wilson Combat is a highly capable cartridge for hunting or home defense, and it’s available in a new version of the company’s Protector Series AR perfect for left-out lefties.

Handloads: Reduced-Recoil .30-’06 Springfield

Not all of the energy that a rifle cartridge can develop is necessary all the time, and excess power can be detrimental to meaningful practice. That’s where reduced-recoil handloads come in.

The Keefe Report: The AR-15's Multi-Caliber Evolution

Until the early 1990s, the AR-15 generally came in just one caliber. Now, nearly 30 years later, its cartridge evolution has closed the gap with similar short-action designs.

Review: Henry Side Gate Lever Action Rifle

Developed to answer consumer demand and designed to offer the shooter the best of both worlds, the Henry Side Gate Lever Action Rifle's tubular magazine can be loaded either from the front or at the receiver.

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