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Terminal Ballistics 101: Four Popular Types Of Bullet Test Media

Follow B. Gil Horman as he provides an overview of the materials used to evaluate bullet performance.

Review: Christensen Arms Ranger 22 Rifle

Built off the same principles that go into the company's larger centerfire rifles, the Christensen Arms Ranger 22 offers both light weight and accuracy while also being compatible with some Ruger 10/22 components.

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.

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.

Handy EDC Folding Knives For Dad

Here are a few fine folders to help celebrate Father’s Day that would make excellent gift choices this year if you haven't found anything yet for Dad.

Editor’s Choice: Taurus USA Model 327

Taurus Firearms is drawing attention to an often-overlooked revolver cartridge with a new series of double-action/single-action defensive wheelguns simply called the Taurus 327.

Editor’s Choice: Kalashnikov USA Khaos

Kalashnikov USA now offers a non-NFA 12-ga. firearm called the Khaos based on the company’s gas-operated KS-12T semi-automatic AK-pattern shotgun.

Review: Henry X Model .410 Bore Shotgun

Henry Repeating Arms offers a unique and well-made option to fans of the .410 bore, with its lever-action, tube-fed X Model based off of the company's other lines of lever-action rifles.

Editor’s Choice: Ruger Wrangler Birdshead

Sturm, Ruger & Co. is expanding its handy and affordable Wrangler single-action .22 Long Rifle revolver line with a more compact version featuring a gracefully curved bird’s head grip and shortened barrel.

Editor’s Choice: Hornady CX

Hornady as introduced the new CX line of rifle bullets as an update to its previous GMX offerings. Featuring a monolithic copper design, they do not separate or break apart upon impact.

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