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Happy Trails 2018

Happy Trails 2018

Each year, the Happy Trails Children’s Foundation—a leading children’s charity that actively supports Second Amendment...
I Have This Old Gun ... British Brunswick Rifle

I Have This Old Gun ... British Brunswick Rifle

Following its experiences facing Yankee riflemen during the American War of Independence, the British military,...
Product Preview: John Wayne ‘Lil’ Duke

Product Preview: John Wayne ‘Lil’ Duke

Officially licensed by Air Venturi, movie icon John Wayne’s image appears engraved into the ‘Lil’...
Not a Question of Need: The .400 H&H Magnum

Not a Question of Need: The .400 H&H Magnum

With a belt and gentle shoulder, the .400 H&H Mag. could be called “old-school” in...
John Wayne Tribute Schofield Revolver

John Wayne Tribute Schofield Revolver

America Remembers has announced the John Wayne Tribute Schofield Revolver.
Pondering The Pistolero: Donald Bateman Hope Coates

Pondering The Pistolero: Donald Bateman Hope Coates

Cross Indiana Jones, Harry Flashman and a Colt M911 .45 pistol and you have the...
Throwback Thursday: Champions of Civilian Marksmanship

Throwback Thursday: Champions of Civilian Marksmanship

The June 1989 American Rifleman presented a history of how civilian marksmanship marksmanship was promoted...
Throwback Thursday: Snipers—Specialists in Warfare

Throwback Thursday: Snipers—Specialists in Warfare

Every Thursday we'll share an article from the American Rifleman archives. In this week's article...
Buck Knives Boy Scouts of America Pocket Knife

Buck Knives Boy Scouts of America Pocket Knife

Buck Knives has entered into a partnership with the Boy Scouts to produce officially licensed...
Sneak Peek: Wby X

Sneak Peek: Wby X

Get a closer look at the recently unveiled Wby X line from Weatherby.
Sequels

Sequels

Replicas of famous Hollywood guns are available to shooters who want to imitate the Wild...
Marksmanship in 1775: Myth or Reality?

Marksmanship in 1775: Myth or Reality?

Were American citizen soldiers at the Battle of Bunker Hill better shots than the British?