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Field Tested: Savage A22 Pro Varmint Rifle

Favorable features of .22 rimfire rifles include their affordability, low recoil, relatively quiet report, and the price and availability of .22 Long Rifle ammunition—it’s easy to have a long, enjoyable range session without breaking the bank.

By the Decade: Wiley Clapp's Favorite Handgun—The 1990s

The P-Series SIGs are the author's favorite handguns for the last decade of the 20th century.

Tested: Big Horn Armory Model 89 Carbine

The lever-action rifle stands tall within America’s gun culture.

Tested: Kimber’s Micro 9 Pistols

A top American maker of full-size M1911 pistols embraces the popular 9 mm Luger cartridge and creates a diminutive hideout gun not much bigger than most .380s.

Is the M1911 Still Relevant?

Designed more than 100 years ago, does the stalwart .45 still have a place in the modern handgun market?

Press ... Don't Squeeze: A Writer's Journey

Don’t you hate it when a writer or a television show makes a mistake describing a gun? Here a New York Times bestselling author takes you through his journey and how he uses firearms in his thrillers.

Designing the Best Pistol for 3-Gun

By using interchangeable slides in two calibers, the author is ready for 3-gun.

Bullfrogs Inspire Blogger

Early on in my NRA career (1980s) our star writer was Col. Charles Askins, a Border Patrol lifer, ex-military attaché, pistol champ, worldwide big-game hunter and all-around gun expert. Askins was a mainstay in NRA's magazines for years, carrying on a legacy begun by his father, Capt. Charles Askins, who wrote for American Rifleman throughout the century's early decades.

Dakota Rifles: American Best

As part of the Freedom Group, Dakota appears poised to produce its best guns ever.

Double Wide with Double Problems

The high capacity automatic pistol is now an accepted necessity in the 21st Century gun culture. While it is most commonly done in 9 mm Luger, the double-wide pistol may or may not be a necessity in the real world. That's an opinion, so we had better take a deeper look at the virtues and vices associated with this class of gun.

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