The History Of Winchester’s New Haven Factory
Winchester's New Haven facility closed in March 2006, thus ending a century-and-a-half tradition of military and sporting rifles being made in that city. The contributions of the Winchester factory to the security of this country and the pleasure that its products have given generations of sportsmen must be remembered.
The FN Browning Model 1922 Centennial
A product of John Moses Browning and a post-World War I Fabrique Nationale, the FN Model 1922 pistol was one of the firm’s most popular, arming civilians, law enforcement and militaries for decades.
Original & New: 100 Years Of FN CCW
In 1922, Fabrique Nationale unveiled the result of efforts to modernize its Model 1910, providing a cutting-edge handgun that, at the time, was expected to attract military and police contracts across Europe.
Browning AB3 Line: Affordable, Capable Bolt-Actions
Browning has maintained its lineup of AB3 bolt-action rifles since its 2014 SHOT Show introduction, providing enthusiasts and hunters alike with a value-driven, budget-friendly rifle platform.
The Guns Of Operation Torch
Deemed a safer option than a direct attack on Nazi-occupied France, Operation Torch—the Allied invasion of French North Africa—was nonetheless a hard-fought, six-month campaign. These are the guns that helped America’s warfighters win victory.
On The Front Lines With The BAR & M1 Garand: One Veteran's Account
Through 13 months of combat in Korea—including the defense of the Pusan Perimeter—this Browning Automatic Rifleman learned a thing or two about the BAR and the M1 Garand.
NRA Gun Of The Week: Browning X-Bolt Hell's Canyon Max LR
Watch American Rifleman staff on the range with a centerfire rifle built on the famed Browning X-Bolt action and loaded with cutting-edge features for hunters and enthusiasts who shoot at longer-than-usual distances.
The Guns Of Guadalcanal
The six-month-long campaign to re-take Guadalcanal would prove to be a pivotal victory in the battle to turn back the Empire of Japan during World War II. So, which firearms were used and who carried them?
Browning Buck Mark: A Rimfire Repeater Rooted In History
John Moses Browning invented yet another in the long list of firearms to his credit in 1914. This one was a semi-automatic rimfire pistol design that lives on to this day in the Browning Buck Mark.
I Have This Old Gun: Remington Autoloading Shotgun
Watch this American Rifleman Television segment of "I Have This Old Gun" from 2020 to learn about the John Moses Browning designed Remington Autoloading Shotgun.