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The Winchester Model 94: History & Disassembly

Compact, reliable and powerful, Winchester's Model 1894 lever-actions may not have the popularity it once had with Western settlers, prospectors, law enforcement officers, hunters and ranchers, but its legacy remains today and is a fan favorite in Winchester's current product line.

Back To Basics: Cartridge Cases

Without ammunition, a firearm is no more than an inefficient club. For this reason, much of the technological development effort in firearms history was devoted to ammunition.

Big-Game Hunting With Handguns

Want a more challenging hunt? Why not try for your favorite big game with a handgun? Here are the basics for this fun, thrilling and interesting way to pursue game.

The Immortal Winchester Model 94: From the 19th Into The 21st Century

Since its invention at the end of the 19th century, the Winchester Model 1894 lever-action rifle design has become an iconic American firearm that is still produced and celebrated to this day.

Winchester Celebrates 100th Anniversary Of Super-X

Winchester is celebrating the 100th anniversary of its Super-X cartridge family with a number of retro offerings styled like the company's 1920s ammo boxes.

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.

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