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Rifleman Q&A: Keeping Blackpowder Guns Rust-Free

An American Rifleman subscriber writes the editors asking how best to combat the acidic nature of blackpowder to prevent corrosion and rust. The simple answer may shock you. 

New for 2021: Traditions NitroFire

Available for the 20/21 hunting seasons, Traditions Firearms has reinvented the inline muzzleloader with a never-before-seen ignition system and firearm design with simplicity at its core.

Remembering the Guns of the Alamo

Separating fact from movie fiction, what arms were used during the 13-day siege in February 1836?

Tested: North American Arms Blackpowder Companion Revolvers

Shrinking black powder wheelguns down to the size of a deck of cards only increases the fun of running them at the range.

Rifleman Q&A: Well-Kempt Secrets–Cleaning Blackpowder Revolvers

A reader asks for a modern way to clean a blackpowder revolver without completely disassembling it.

Tested: CVA Scout V2 Pistol

Enjoy benchrest shooting and hunting with this affordably priced single-shot pistol chambered in .223 Rem.

Thompson/Center Arms Pro Hunter FX 209X50

Given its unequaled adaptability and, thus, versatility, the single-shot, break-action Thompson/Center Arms Encore, which was introduced in 1997, was bound to become the most popular switch-barrel firearm ever—even eclipsing its predecessor, the Contender.

CVA Hunter

When CVA upgraded its Scout model, it left a niche for a no-frills, value-priced, entry-level rifle.

Flaming Revolvers Batman

Yes, firearms are a participation sport, but there’s a certain attraction for spectators to Cowboy Action matches-and there’s one near you.

GOEX Powder’s Olde Eynsford Royal Blend Blackpowder

Fine craftsmanship and grain consistency are what set Olde Eynsford Royal Blend apart from "run-of-the-mill" blackpowders.

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