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The Little Savage: .250-3000

After a century, the sun is setting on the .250-3000 Savage. Many decades ago, though, the Savage cartridge was extremely popular and chambered in a variety of rifles, from bolt-actions, such as the Winchester Models 54 and 70, to the lever-action Savage 99—the rifle to which the cartridge is most often linked.

Henry Repeating Arms Announces First NASCAR Sponsorship

Henry Repeating Arms has announced a full-car sponsorship of the NASCAR Xfinity Series #90 Chevrolet Camaro driven by Andy Lally in the upcoming Johnsonville 180.

Family Ties Win It at Daytona

NRA 1st Vice President Richard Childress and grandson/driver Austin Dillon team up for victory in the "Great American Race."

Win an NRA Special-Edition Chevrolet Silverado Customized by Richard Childress Racing

NRA has teamed with racing legend Richard Childress and the team at Richard Childress Racing to build a special-edition 2017 Chevy Silverado that’s destined to turn heads no matter where it lands.

Chevrolet Honors Wreaths Across America at Army-Navy Game

Chevrolet representatives presented a Silverado Heavy Duty pickup and 40-foot trailer to Wreaths Across America founder Morrill Worcester.

Chevrolet Spec-Ops Silverado Benefits Navy SEAL Museum

​There is likely no more appropriate venue to display the new limited edition Special Operations 2016 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 than Fort Pierce, Fla.

Review: 2015 Chevrolet Colorado

The Chevrolet Colorado is a mid-size pickup that originally was outfitted with an inline five-cylinder gasoline engine, a power plant that didn’t garner many fans.

Fifth-Place Finish for Bass Pro Shops/NRA Museum Chevy at Daytona

Austin Dillon delivered an impressive career-best showing in Sunday's Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway.

NASCAR's No. 3 Highlights NRA National Sporting Arms Museum

Austin Dillon and the Bass Pro Shops/NRA Museum No. 3 will take the green flag for the Coke Zero 400 on Sat., July 5, 2014.

The Armed Citizen® November 3, 2011

Normally Raven Smith leaves his gun in the vehicle before he goes into a restaurant, but something made him reconsider one evening. The concealed-carry permit holder kept his .380-cal. handgun holstered as he stepped out of the car to have dinner with his girlfriend.

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