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Rifleman Q&A: G.I. M1911 Production

From the archives of American Rifleman, learn about the history and production of the most widely used U.S. military handgun of the Second World War.

Browning: A Legendary Name In American Firearms

Bearing the name of America's most gifted firearm designer, John Moses Browning, the company has become a well-respected and revered manufacturer over its century of operation.

I Have This Old Gun: Browning T-Bolt

Watch this segment of American Rifleman Television's "I Have This Old Gun" to learn about the history and development of the Browning T-Bolt line of straight-pull, bolt-action sporting rifles, which are still offered by the company today.

The Model Of 1941 Johnson Light Machine Gun

Overshadowed by the Browning Automatic Rifle, Melvin Johnson’s Model of 1941 Light Machine Gun served elite Marine Parachutists and the Army’s Special Service Force with distinction during some of the toughest fighting of World War II.

New For 2022: Browning X-Bolt Speed Ovix Suppressor Ready

Browning introduces a new addition to the X-bolt Speed series for 2022 with a suppressor ready model with pre-threaded barrel.

First Look: Browning PRO22 .22 LR Rimfire Ammunition

New for 2022, Browning introduces its new PRO22 .22 LR rimfire ammunition line.

New For 2022: Browning X-Bolt Target Pro McMillan

Browning Arms announced the X-Bolt Target Pro McMillan for 2022 with an improved receiver and components, optimized for long-range target shooting.

New For 2022: FN High Power

FN America brought back its High Power in an all-new, redesigned package that takes the iconic Browning design into the 21st century.

Review: Browning Maxus II Wicked Wing

When Browning introduced the Maxus shotgun in 2009, clay shooters and bird hunters rejoiced. This light-recoiling scattergun seemed to handle any load that was shoved into it and was built to endure the rigors of outdoor life.

Review: Browning Black Label 1911-380

A scaled down version of the fullsize Government Model 1911, The Browning Black Label 1911-380 is built on the same footprint as the company’s successful 1911-22, but with a .380 ACP chambering instead of rimfire.

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