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Tested: Sierra GameChanger Bullets

Sierra Bullets has paired the accuracy of its MatchKing bullets with the traits of a...

The U.S. Model Of 1917 Rifle

When America entered the Great War, there was a dire shortage of rifles for the...

Tested: Big Horn Armory Model 89 Carbine

The lever-action rifle stands tall within America’s gun culture.

Tested: Lipsey’s Vickers Tactical Glock 17

For the past few years, Lipsey's has released a limited-run annual collaboration with Vickers Tactical...

I Have This Old Gun: Winchester Model 95 Sporting Rifle

John M. Browning’s last lever-action design for Winchester—the Model 1895—was a dramatic departure from his...

5 Cool Caliber Conversions from Bond Arms

Take advantage of this pistol’s affordable caliber conversion barrels chambered for rimfire, revolver, semi-automatic and...

Suppressors: Taking the Bang Out of Shooting

In case you hadn’t noticed, guns are loud. A suppressor takes the report down to...

The Model 1917 U.S. Enfield

With millions of “Doughboys” heading for France during World War I, the United States needed...

The Bond Arms Derringers

Bond releases its smallest big-bore derringers yet, and gives the Defender a patriotic twist.

What About the Other 6 mms?

One of America’s most popular cartridges is the .243 Win., however, the 6 mm Rem....

Winchester Model 1895: A Look Back

The incredible genius of John Browning took the concept of the lever-action rifle to a...

Winchester Super-X Power Max Bonded

Power Max fits right between Winchester’s Power Point and Ballistic Silvertip in both ballistics and...

Winchester Model 71

In 1958, as a junior NRA member, I read an article in American Rifleman announcing...