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The Model 70 Story: The Early Years

A continuation of the history of the Winchester Model 70, exploring its early beginnings and rise to popularity.

The Model 70 Story: Improving the Model 54

A re-telling of the Winchester Model 70's history from a classic issue of October 1980 American Rifleman starting with the end of the Model 54.

NRA Gun of the Week: Ruger 10/22 Takedown Rifle

From the Archives: Our first NRA GOTW rolled out in March 2012 and, fittingly, was a new variation of the iconic Ruger 10/22, the Takedown model.

Long-Range Warriors: The USMC M40 Rifles

From the American Rifleman Archives: U.S. Marine Corps M40-series rifles have earned their reputation as robust, precision battlefield instruments in the skillful hands of Marine scout-snipers.

Cincinnati ‘77: Birthplace of the Modern NRA

From the American Rifleman archives: Over the course of the weekend, and especially in one all-night session, NRA members would change the course of their organization’s—and their nation’s—history.

Archives: Britain’s "New" Rifle

From the American Rifleman archives we learn about the No. 4 Mk I, which was developed when Britain had a limited budget and war was on the horizon.

Exploded View: Mossberg Brownie Pistol

From the American Rifleman archives comes this 1995 "Exploded View" by then Editor-in-Chief Pete Dickey.

I Have This Old Gun: British Lee-Enfield No. 4 (T) Sniper Rifle

The Lee-Enfield No. 4 (T) represents possibly the most sought-after, and certainly the most-accurate, of the already much-lauded Lee-Enfield No. 4 line of rifles.

My Trusty Red Ryder

From the American Rifleman archives: It was the first “gun” for many of us, and it takes us back to a time when life was simpler and there was nothing cooler than a Daisy Red Ryder.

Seabees Can Shoot!

From the American Rifleman archives, in commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the Seabees, we present this article from 1945.

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