American Rifleman’s Brian Sheetz takes to the MC1911S Hunter, a long-slide 1911 variant chambered for 10 mm Auto.
This handy little suppressor-ready rimfire carbine is loaded with features and was thoughtfully engineered to tackle the top three challenges of keeping a .22 running reliably.
One of the oldest centerfire cartridges still in use, the 7 mm Mauser has a rich history and still performs well when needed.
Possibly the only topic to generate more arguments than politics is the never-ending discussion of what qualifies as the “best” home-defense gun.
Pump-action rifles don't get much attention, but Henry leads the pack with its Pump Octagon.
Recently we’ve seen several new rimfire pistols chambered for .22 Long Rifle arrive on the market, many of which are competing for enthusiasts’ attention at around the $300 price point.
Developed in the early 1890s, the 7x57 mm Mauser was the high-speed, low-drag cartridge of its day, and it still holds its own more than a century after its adoption.
"...the .45 Colt’s automatic; the latest, the most deadly, the finest and the best hand arm which had yet to be produced by man.”
In this review we take a look at the new CZ 457 Varmint Precision semi automatic rimfire rifle with an aluminum chassis chambered in either .22 LR.
Read the original review of the Ruger 10/22 Carbine done by American Rifleman staff, in which they noted the gun was "neat, compact and functionally reliable."