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Riflemen of the Revolution

American longrifles played a significant role in securing American freedom and independence.

Short and Sweet: Savage Model 10

The Savage bolt-action carbine dubbed the Model 10 Precision Carbine (PC) is billed as a tactical rifle, but is useful for the field.

Barrett 98 Bravo

Barrett is again poised to push the envelope-this time, with the Model 98B, a turnbolt rifle in .338 Lapua Mag.

The Curious Case of Colt

Colt’s Patent Firearms Mfg. is considered by many-and with good reason-to be the first name in American firearms. And change appears to be coming to Colt.

Loading the .300 Whisper

From J.D Jones' tough criteria was born the .300 Whisper, a cartridge that has users as diverse as the bullets and tasks it will handle.

Accelerating Short-Cased Magnums

Hornady’s new .300 RCM and .338 RCM deliver magnum performance and represent the next step in efforts to show the surprising potential of the short, fat cartridge.

ArmaLite Airsoft M15A4 Rifle

The ArmaLit M15A4 is a scale model airsoft gun built for military, police and force-on-force training.

Brownells' AR-15/M16 Magazines

Brownells has recently entered the AR-15/M16 magazine market with new 20- and 30-round offerings.

DPMS Panther Arms AP4 LR-308

The AP4 LR-308 look like its little brother, the M4 carbine. But looks can be deceiving.

H&R 1871 Buffalo Classic Rifle

For many decades, hunters across the country—indeed, around the world—have used the economical and simple break-action rifles from Harrington & Richardson (now H&R 1871 and New England Firearms) to harvest everything from squirrels to deer, black bear, elk and moose. As a general rule, the overriding appeal of these arms was their robust, uncomplicated utility.

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