Rifleman Q&A single-shot rimfire german handgun

Rifleman Q&A: Zimmerschützen Pistol

Can you help identify the antique .22-cal. single-shot pistol shown in the enclosed photo? The barrel length is 8", and overall length is 13".

This Old Gun: Winchester Model 1890

Even though almost 850,000 Model 1890 rifles in various .22 rimfire calibers were manufactured between 1890 and 1932 (retail was $16 until 1917), only a handful remain in this type of superior original condition.

Freedom Arms: A Custom-Grade Revolver Company

Wayne Baker and noted gunsmith Dick Casull—whose namesake .454 Casull cartridge first made headlines in 1959—established the company Freedom Arms. It wasn’t big-bore revolvers they concentrated on, not early anyway.

Review: Rock Island Armory AL22M .22 Mag. Revolver

Armscor offers a magnum rimfire chambering in a mid-sized, double-action revolver with the Czechoslovakian Alfa Proj AL22M chambered in .22 Magnum.

U.S. M6: A Military-Grade Survival Gun

The U.S. military recognized early on that pilots forced down in relatively uninhabited regions of the world needed a compact survival rifle if they went down.

Heritage Buntline To Rancher Carbine At-Home Custom Conversion

Follow along as an American Rifleman contributor converts a Heritage rimfire Buntline Revolver into a Rancher Carbine at home with a custom mix of components.

Smith & Wesson Model 41: An Iconic Rimfire Target Pistol

S&W's repeating rimfire pistol, the Model 41 began in 1957 and continues its classic appeal with standard and Performance Center models built for hunting, plinking and bullseye punching.

Review: Diamondback Sidekick

Diamondback Firearms offers the market old-world styling amended by modern conveniences with its convertible Sidekick, a nine-shot, .22 Long Rifle-chambered, double-action revolver that features a swing-out cylinder.

NRA Gun Of The Week: FN 502 Tactical

The American Rifleman staff is on the range with the FN 502 Tactical, a rimfire trainer that’s designed to accept your favorite slide-mounted red-dot optic.

Rifleman Q&A: Ruger Mark II Cartridge Conversion

I own a Ruger Mark II semi-auto with a 51⁄2" bull barrel. I would like to convert it to the new .17 Mach 2 caliber. I have looked for gunsmiths on the internet, but have had very little luck. Can you help?

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