This comprehensive article on the historical Sharps buffalo rifle was written by Elmer Keith in June, 1940.
Ruger Model 10/22 carbine sporting arm is neat, compact and functionally reliable.
The Chiappa M four-22 provides training and enjoyment to juniors, beginners, and experienced shooters alike in a convenient and versatile package.
This Saginaw M1 Carbine retains its original NRA and Army Depot papers, increasing its value.
While the Fourth Model Burnside Carbines are the least valuable, it is not unusual to find them in virtually unfired condition.
American Rifleman Field Editor Bruce N. Canfield is one of the nation’s leading authorities and authors on American military arms.
This new company brings old school expertise, commitment and quality to the modern sporting rifle market.
The new SPR Mod 1 Carbine provides a California compliant magazine release.
This revival of the revolver-action long gun provides flexible shooting options in a light and handy shooting package.
The M16 stands as a symbol of American military history from the Cold War to the present.