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Thinking In Three Dimensions: The Genius of John Moses Browning

His firearms have figured significantly in history for more than a century, but John Moses Browning had a method of inventing that is only now being fully understood—and may come as quite a surprise.

NRA Gun of the Week: FN 509 LS Edge

On this week’s “Gun of the Week” American Rifleman look into a competition-ready version of FN’s popular 509 pistol.

Walther Arms Q4 Steel Frame Review

With features taken from the PPQ and the Q5 Match Steel Frame, Walther’s new 4" steel-frame gun is a handsomely crafted pistol that successfully blends traditional material with thoroughly modern style.

Review: Cimarron 1862 Pocket Navy Conversion

Reviewed and tested here is the Cimarron imported Uberti 1862 Pocket Navy replica converted to take modern .380 ACP cartridges.

The .22 LR: History & Performance

While the .22 Long Rifle wasn't the first self-contained metallic cartridge, it's one of the oldest rounds in existence, and it remains popular today.

Review: Walther Q4 Steel Frame

The Walther Q4 Steel Frame proves that all-steel guns still have a place in today's handgun market.

Tested: Ruger LCP II .22 LR Pistol

This new rimfire version of the popular .380 ACP pocket pistol is an ideal understudy for affordable practice at the range and casual plinking.

A Look Back at the Smith & Wesson Model 41

In 1947, after 10 years of development and research, Smith & Wesson debuted what it believed to be the ultimate rimfire target pistol, the Model 41.

Bill Ruger’s .22 Pistol

Sturm, Ruger & Co. has produced more than 40 million guns since its founding seven decades ago. It all started with one gun: Bill Ruger’s .22 pistol.

Tested: SIG Sauer’s Made-In-America P210 Pistol

With origins as a Swiss service pistol and a well-deserved reputation for quality and accuracy, the SIG P210 possessed a near-legendary mystique.

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