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Winchester Model 71

In 1958, as a junior NRA member, I read an article in American Rifleman announcing the discontinuance of the Winchester 71, thus ending a 23-year legacy with 47,254 rifles produced. I still recall the writer referring to this lever-action as “businesslike”—an apt description.

Savage Model 99

The Savage Model 99 featured a unique rotary magazine for the then-new spitzer bullets

The Winchester Model 94 Rides Again

The 1894 is back to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Oliver Winchester’s birth.

Winchester Model 1897 Riot Gun

The 1897 was considered the “bad boy” of smoothbores.

P. Webley & Son British Bull Dog

Though considered obsolete, the Bull Dog is sought after by collectors.

Ruger 10/22 Thompson Submachine Gun Conversion Kit

Turn your Ruger 10/22 into a semi-auto .22 Thompson machinegun clone.

U.S. Springfield .45-70 Gov’t Trapdoor Carbine

Trapdoor carbines were used from shortly after the Civil War through the 1920s.

Colt Woodsman Target Model

The Woodsman started many a young person on a lifetime of shooting.

Ballard No. 1 1/2 Hunter's Rifle

The Ballard breechloading rifle was the brainchild of Charles Henry Ballard that was eventually built by John Mahlon Marlin.

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