Reports from Afghanistan
American Rifleman’s man on the ground in Afghanistan reports on the arms used by our troops and the mission they face today. He found that they are proud to protect our freedom overseas—especially when they know the NRA protects their rights at home.
NRA & BSA: 100 Years of Partnership
NRA and BSA have enjoyed a tremendous relationship since 1910, with millions of boys and leaders having been members of both venerable institutions.
The Airgun Of Meriwether Lewis
Two centuries ago, Lewis & Clark and their Corps of Discovery returned to St. Louis after exploring the American West. It is known that an airgun accompanied the expedition, but which one it was and how it was used have confounded generations of historians. Until now.
Book Review: The Illustrated History of Firearms
The Illustrated History of Firearms is an authoritative history, matchless reference and handsome showpiece for shooters, hunters and collectors.
Personally, I Prefer the Winchester
Theodore Roosevelt preferred Winchester rifles, and used them with confidence throughout his life.
Roosevelt Guns at the NFM
More than 100 artifacts from Teddy Roosevelt are on display at the NFM.
The Rough Riders’ Potato Digger
“Roosevelt’s Rough Riders” took two Colt-Browning machine guns to Cuba in 1898. One is now on display at the National Firearms Museum.
Top 10 Infantry Rifles
The Top 10 Infantry Rifles were chosen due to innovation, effectiveness, service life, impact on history and small-arms development.
Winchester's 'New' Model 1873
The lever-action Winchester Model 1873, the company’s first center-fire, is a classic piece of Americana, and its iconic lines are instantly recognizable. Now it is back in the Winchester catalog, and the barrels are roll-marked “Winchester” for the first time since 1919.
Navy Arms’ Winchester 1873
In November 2013, American Rifleman published “‘Guaranteed By Us’ - Winchester’s ‘New’ Model 1873” in which we examined the “new” Model 1873 made in Japan by Winchester/Browning Arms.