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80 Years of Weaver Scopes

Even after 80 years, Weaver scopes represent quality and value.

World War II Garand Slings?

Can't find a WWII-vintage sling for your Garand? Consider this.

Turnbull M1911

Turnbull Mfg. has built quite a reputation by accurately restoring vintage firearms to like-new condition. Not to rest on its laurels, the company has recently begun to manufacture a series of M1911 pistols.

A Look Back at the M1 Garand

The M1 has been used by nearly three dozen countries in various forms, including those captured on the battlefield and pressed back into service by the captors.

When Argentina Had To Choose a New Service Rifle

The Republic of Argentina has a large and diversified military-industrial complex, which includes a remarkable history of gun-making.

Product Preview: All-Weather Vintage Winchester Signs

Winfield Galleries’ Rocking W Brand now has a line of corrugated metal signs with vintage artwork from the Winchester art collection.

Product Preview: Rio Ammunition Vintage 1896 Shotshells

Paper was the standard hull material for scatterguns at the time Rio Ammunition got its start in 1896.

Archives: Britain’s "New" Rifle

From the American Rifleman archives we learn about the No. 4 Mk I, which was developed when Britain had a limited budget and war was on the horizon.

Archives—1892 Shooting & Fishing: Abnormal Antlers

Here is the unique story of a man fascinated with antler growth and his impressive collection of “Abnormal Antlers.”

Federal Premium Ammunition: A 100-Year Legacy

Federal Premium, one of the United States’ largest ammunition manufacturers, celebrates its 100th year of doing business in 2022, and its best may be yet to come.

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