SAAMI Accepts And Standardizes 360 Buckhammer
Remington Ammunition announced that the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers’ Institute (SAAMI) has accepted the 360 Buckhammer rimmed-rifle cartridge.
Rifleman Q&A: Sidehammer Navy Revolver
Can you identify this .36-caliber percussion pistol? It has no serial number or markings of any kind, save the number 17 on two of the parts. I did not completely dismantle it.
New For 2023: Taurus RH500 & RH460 Revolvers
Taurus is rolling out the heavy-hitters for 2023 with a few incredible wheelgun offerings in its Raging Hunter revolver lineup. The magnum-chambered guns feature optic-ready compatibility and more.
Review: Sako’s Modular S20
With a history of producing high-quality rifles since just after World War I, Finnish gunmaker Sako remains on the cutting edge of bolt-action design—and it shows in the adaptable S20.
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.
NRA Donates To The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency
The National Rifle Association of America has donated $173,911 to the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency following Tennessee residents’ use of NRA’s award-winning, free online hunter education course.
Rifleman Q&A: A Convertible Semi-Automatic H&R Pistol?
"I recently acquired an unusual, compact semi-automatic pistol. I don’t know much about it" Read on:
NRA Online Hunter Education Course Reaches 100,000 Completions
The National Rifle Association of America is pleased to announce that more than 100,000 hunters have completed its free online Hunter Education course, which was launched in 2017.
Review: Winchester SX4 Left Hand Waterfowl Hunter
Winchester Repeating Arms added the Super X semi-automatic shotgun to its catalog back in 1974—a design that is now in its fourth generation—but it wasn’t until 2022 that the company produced a version that ejected to the left for use by the approximately 10 percent of the shooting public that is left-handed.
New For 2022: Rock River Arms All Terrain Hunter
Rock River Arms has unveiled a new line of AR-style rifles geared specifically for hunters seeking an all-weather, semi-automatic hunting rifle.