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My Favorite Firearm: Winchester Model 200 Ted Williams Edition

I was a teenager when my dad and I bought my first firearm. He worked at Sears & Roebuck, so we purchased the Winchester Model 200 Ted Williams edition 12-ga. pump-action that they sold there.

To Arm Against an Enemy: Colonial Williamsburg Highlights Small Arms of the Revolution

A new exhibit at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum at Virginia's Colonial Williamsburg seeks to showcase the vast array of guns and edged weapons used in the fight for American independence.

American Ingenuity on Display: The VMI Firearms Collection

Virginia Military Institute's collection of early American repeating firearms, Civil War weapons and U.S. martial arms showcases how American ingenuity influenced firearm development around the world.

The Keefe Report: I Was Wrong About the XM17

So, I was wrong. There was a part of me that did not think the U.S. Army was serious about selecting and actually issuing a new handgun.

Throwback Thursday: Rifle Shooting in Denmark

Every Thursday we'll share an article from the American Rifleman archives. In this week's article taken from the August 1949 issue, Philip Sharpe laments on the hardships imposed on shooters by German occupation forces and gun registration lists.

.50 BMG: The Ultimate Big Bore?

Unleashing twice the horsepower of a .458 Win. Mag. is something a lot of shooters just have to try.

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