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New For 2021: Uberti USA Hardin Revolver

American Rifleman’s Mark Keefe met with Uberti USA’s Tom Leoni to check out the latest Smith & Wesson replica—the Hardin, a 2nd Model No. 3 top-break handgun chambered for .45 Colt.

Colt's Model 1855 Revolving Rifle in the Civil War

Though eclipsed by other repeaters—such as the Henry and Spencer—the rifle version of Col. Colt’s percussion revolver saw field service with Yankee forces throughout America’s bloodiest conflict.

A Hard Look at Henry Lever-Actions

A relatively young company, Henry Repeating Arms has risen to become a significant maker of American long guns—and it did so primarily with lever-action rifles. Here’s an in-depth look.

Tested: North American Arms Ranger II Revolver

North American Arms (NAA) of Provo, Utah, has been manufacturing its signature single-action, rimfire Mini revolvers since the mid-1970s.

North American Arms Lengthens the Ranger II's Stride

A longer barrel and grip turn this slick miniature break-top revolver into an eye-catching collectible.

SHOT Show 2019: North American Arms Ranger II and Black Widow Model

North American Arms produces a unique and well-made series of miniaturized, fully functional stainless-steel rimfire revolvers.

Cimarron Firearms and The Guns of "Spaghetti Westerns"

Cimarron Firearms Co. blends the authenticity of Old West legend with popular culture to offer a complete line of guns as they were—and how they could have been.

NRA Gun of the Week: Uberti 1875 No. 3 Top Break Revolver

American Rifleman’s Kelly Young takes a look at a reproduction top-break revolver from Uberti.

A First Look at 2018’s New Guns

Every Fall the National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers (NASGW) hosts a trade show that offers attendees a sneak peak at some of the products slated for release in the new year.

America’s Military Revolvers

Though some fixed- cartridge revolvers were used during the American Civil War, it wasn’t until the U.S. Army officially adopted the now-famous Colt Single Action Army revolver in .45 Colt cal. in 1873 that the cartridge revolver came into its own in U.S. military service.

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