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Browning Left-Hand X-Bolt Hunter

Although the gun’s lineage can be traced to the company’s BBR and A-Bolt, the X-Bolt stands on its own as the next-generation Browning bolt-action.

Benelli M2 Field Left-Hand 20-Gauge

Benelli has introduced the only left-hand, 20-gauge, semi-automatic shotgun in the M2.

Browning T-Bolt Varminter .22 WMR, Left Hand

The Browning T-bolt rifle, which was re-introduced in 2006, has blossomed into two major variations—Sporter and Target/Varmint models.

Rifles For Left-Out Lefties

Today’s left-hand options are better than ever, but still far from complete. Got a chip on your left shoulder? Read on.

NRA Gun of the Week: Stag Arms 7L Rifle

Watch as American Rifleman's Kelly Young as he dissects this week's "NRA Gun of the Week," the Stag Arms 7L Rifle.

Preview: New Order Firearms Left-Handed NO9 9 mm Pistol

A new American pistol manufacturer called New Order Firearms (a division of Evans Machine Company) now offers its NO9 polymer framed semi-automatic pistol in a true left-handed version as well as a right-hand model.

Rifleman Q&A: The Portsider

A reader inquires about a Gun Digest picture and mention of a Falcon Portsider Left Hand 1911 made by Falcon Firearms of Granada Hills, Calif.

Savage Arms Expands BA Stealth Chassis Rifle Line

Savage Arms has announced left-hand versions of its popular Stealth chassis rifle chambered in popular long-range calibers.

Video—ARTV: Stag Arms Model 7L Rifle Review

Check out this “Rifleman Review” video from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV, in which Kelly Young heads to the range with the Stag Arms Model 7L rifle.

On the Other Hand …Bula Defense Systems M14LH

No, these images were not inadvertently reversed or digitally doctored.

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