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Savage Arms 110: A Top-Selling Bolt-Action Rifle

The Savage Arms 110 bolt-action rifle line is versatile, which means that it's a hot...

Review: Steyr AUG A3 M1

The A3 M1 of the Steyr AUG is available in two stock varieties—the traditional version...

Review: M48 Nosler Custom Handgun

Built from the ground up for accuracy, the Model 48 Nosler Custom Handgun really delivers....

NRA Gun of the Week: Stag Arms Model 10SL M-Lok Rifle

American Rifleman's Kelly Young joins the film crew to discuss a southpaw-friendly AR chambered for...

Tested: Magnum Length—Ruger Precision Rifle

Previously offered only in short-action chamberings, a larger, revamped version of the Ruger Precision Rifle...

Video—ARTV: Stag Arms Model 7L Rifle Review

Check out this “Rifleman Review” video from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV, in...

A Look Back at the Smith & Wesson Model 19

When Smith & Wesson changed from names to model numbers in 1957, the Combat Magnum...

Rifles For Left-Out Lefties

Today’s left-hand options are better than ever, but still far from complete. Got a chip...

Steyr AUG/A3 M1

The A3 M1 is available in two stock varieties—the traditional version, which uses Steyr’s proprietary...

Upgunned: Smith & Wesson M&P10

If you need an excuse to buy a versatile, .30-cal. semi-automatic rifle, consider its utility...

Savage Arms Muddy Girl Model 11 Trophy Hunter XP Youth

Savage Arms is now offering the new model 11 Trophy Hunter XP Youth scoped-rifle package...

Thompson/Center Dimension

The Dimension allows hunters to purchase one rifle in one caliber and outfit it for...

Designing the Best Pistol for 3-Gun

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

Nosler Rifles Come Full Circle

Just like its projectiles, Nosler rifles give hunters an edge.