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Weatherby SA-08 Deluxe 28-Gauge

Though certainly better known for its rifles, Weatherby has long been producing a selection of fine shotguns. The company’s primary semi-automatic shotgun line, labeled SA-08, offers a bevy of options—and among its latest additions is the Deluxe 28-gauge.

Ruger No. 1

More than 50 years after its introduction, as more bolt guns and semi-auto black rifles seem to sprout from every major manufacturer in the industry, the Ruger No. 1 is still in production, cementing that at least for some, there’s more to shooting and hunting than technological progress.

Stag Arms Model 3G

Designed for 3-Gun competition, this rifle is so versatile its appeal is not limited to competitive shooters.

Remington Model 700 Ultimate Muzzleloader

Remington is touting its new Model 700 Ultimate Muzzleloader as a 300-yard muzzleloader.

Smith & Wesson Model 66

Smith & Wesson has brought back one of the most iconic revolvers in the company’s history.

Para USA Elite Stainless

The creators of the “double-stack” .45 are back and ready to turn up the heat in the M1911 consumer market. Meet the Para USA Elite Stainless, our latest Gun of the Week.

Ruger SR-762

Ruger takes its popular piston-operated AR semi-auto rifle to the next level by chambering it for the .308 Win./7.62 NATO cartridge.

Benelli Ethos

American Rifleman Editor-in-Chief Mark Keefe takes a closer look at Benelli's new Ethos, the latest AmericanRifleman.org Gun of the Week.

Stag Arms 3T-M

Associate Editor Joseph Kurtenbach takes a look at our latest Gun of the Week, the Stag Arms 3T-M.

Smith & Wesson M&P C.O.R.E.

Smith & Wesson's M&P line continues to be one of the most popular brands in the industry, and in 2013 the company launched a series of new M&P models designed with the competitive shooter in mind.

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