Crimson Trace Brushline Pro

Review: Crimson Trace Brushline Pro 4-16X 42 mm BDC

Crimson Trace of Wilsonville, Ore., is best known for its innovative, firearm-mounted laser sights and lights; however, the company has expanded its offerings to include tools, dot-style sights and riflescopes.

The Rifleman Report: Innovation In The Firearm Industry

Technological innovation has been the driver of the American experience—and the American firearm industry—since the days of the frontier longrifle. And even with the usual—and, increasingly, not-so-usual—stresses bearing down on our society today, it continues to result in products that stand as examples of hope that the American spirit is alive and well.

2021 Ammunition Product Of The Year: Federal Premium Terminal Ascent

American Rifleman is pleased to announce the 2021 Ammunition Product Of The Year goes to Federal Premium.

2021 Optic of the Year: Pulsar Thermion XG50

Of the myriad optics introduced and tested by your American Rifleman, Pulsar’s Thermion XG50 earns the top honor for 2021 as Optic of the Year.

NRA Publications 20th Anniversary Golden Bullseye Awards

NRA Publications has announced the winners of the 2022 Golden Bullseye Awards naming the top products voted on by the staff of four of NRA Publications’ award-winning brands in up to seven different categories.

2021 Rifle of the Year: Benelli Lupo

American Rifleman is pleased to announce 2021 Rifle of the Year goes to Benelli USA for its Lupo bolt action.

Smith & Wesson's Triple Lock: A Look Back

The Triple Lock was the first Smith & Wesson revolver built on what is now called the N-frame—S&W’s N-frames have defined the modern wheelgun.

The Rifles of Cecil Brooks

From the archives of American Rifleman, read about legendary gunmaker Cecil Brooks, who will forever be revered for his humble nature, exquisite skill and devotion to American freedoms. As Charlton Heston said upon receiving a Brooks rifle in 1989: "From my cold dead hands!"

The Rifleman Report: Your American Rifleman

American Rifleman is “The World’s Oldest And Largest Firearm Authority” for reasons that extend far beyond the printed page.

Rifleman Q&A: Correct WWII M1 Bayonets

From the American Rifleman archives, NRA member writes Dope Bag noting trouble with sourcing a proper-length bayonet to display with a personal World War II M1 Garand rifle.

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