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Really, The Versa Max Deserves It

"OK, so American Rifleman gave a Golden Bullseye Award to gun that, if used, could 'result in property damage, serious personal injury or death,'" wrote one NRA member.

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When things, go, well, not as planned.

The NRA In WWII: 'Good For A Free America'

This year marks the 150th celebration of your National Rifle Association. In celebration, and to learn more about your NRA, take a look back at the cover of the October 1943 American Rifleman featuring Pulitzer Prize-winning staff artist Jim Berryman and a 1945 letter from the White House.

Keefe Report: Ruger Takes Steps to End World Profanity

I used to be the guy that others could rely upon to reassemble a Ruger .22 pistol.

Book Review: 'The FN-49–Last Elegant Old-World Military Rifle'

Loaded with new information, and nearly double the size of his previous work, Author Wayne Johnson is back with more hardbound facts surrounding the FN-49 self-loading rifle.

Walther. Carl Walther.

The more than 125-year-old company Walther has set up its own facility in Arkansas-Walther USA-and the guns it offers are a reflection of not only the venerable German gunmaker, but also its sister company-Umarex. Never heard of Umarex? Well, read on.

Recoil Management: Springfield's 9 mm Luger XD-S

With the subcompact, single-stack .45 ACP Springfield XD-S pistol introduced last year taking awards and flying off shelves, why introduce a 9 mm Luger? In a word, recoil.

NRA 150: First Gold For American Riflemen

The modern Olympics, as we know them today, started in 1896, and there were shooting events at the games as early as Athens in 1906. After all, the man who put the games together, Baron Pierre de Coubertin, was himself a French pistol champion. Neither the United States nor Great Britain sent rifle teams to Athens, but that changed for the 1908 Olympic Games in London.

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