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SHOT Show 2020: Federal Premium Solid Core

Designed for animal defense, Federal Premium's Solid Core line of ammunition is purpose-built to provide potent stopping power.

SHOT Show 2020: Federal Premium HammerDown

Lever-action rifle owners, rejoice! Federal Premium released its HammerDown lineup in 2020, providing purpose-built ammo for today's popular lever guns.

New for 2020: Henry X Model Series

Starting 2020 with an all-new lineup is Henry Repeating Arms, which rolled out its enhanced X Model guns for this year.

First Look: Federal Premium HammerDown

Lever-action rifle fans, rejoice! Federal Premium now has a dedicated lineup of ammunition for your tube-fed lever gun.

Packing the Smith & Wesson Model 69 Combat Magnum

Outfitted with a snubby 2.75" barrel, this five-shot, .44 Mag. K-Frame can be comfortably carried concealed in town or on the trail.

Handloads: .44 Magnum

A lightweight .44 Magnum revolver is handy and easy to carry. Recoil is brutal, though, when shooting full-power loads in sub-2-lb. guns such as the Smith & Wesson 329PD.

New Desert Eagle Models, Kahr Pistols for 2017

Expanding on their most popular models, Kahr Firearms Group has added to its lineup for 2017.

Henry Repeating Arms Donates Rifle 3-Pack for NRA-ILA Dinner & Auction at Nashville Show

Henry Repeating Arms has donated three Henry Originals—all engraved by Baron Technology, Inc. with special tribute to Tennessee's history and heritage— to be auctioned for the benefit of the NRA/ILA at the 2015 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Nashville, Tenn., April 10-12. Shown here, the three rifles are the Henry Big Boy Classic in .44 Mag.; the Henry Big Boy Carbine in .44 Mag.; and the Henry Big Boy Mare's Leg in .44 Mag. Learn more by reading below and scrolling through the gallery.

Dirty Harry's Model 29: America's Shooting Star

Out of production and somewhat obscure, the Smith & Wesson Model 29 was once well known only to serious big-bore handgunners. Then in 1971, it became one of the most famous and desirable handguns of all time. Do you know why? Well, do ya?

Smith & Wesson Model 29

First introduced as the Smith & Wesson .44 Magnum in 1955, the Model 29 was the original .44 Mag. revolver—and it would go on to attain nearly unparalleled levels of fame in the wheelgun industry.

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