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NRA National Sporting Arms Museum Opens Serial Number One Guns Exhibit

The NRA National Sporting Arms Museum at the Bass Pro Shops flagship superstore is featuring the first ever Serial Number One Guns exhibit.

5 Firearm Firsts of Christopher Columbus

Invader, discoverer, exploiter, whatever you prefer, there’s no denying five of the firearm firsts he made in stumbling into the occupied New World.

FN Browning Model 1900

The Model 1900 was highly regarded in Europe and Asia.

Firearms of the War of 1812

Though largely overshadowed by the Napoleonic Wars, the American War of 1812 saw the use of a wide variety of arms by a colorful assemblage of combatants.

Arsenal Firearms Innovative Strike One Pistol

The Arsenal Firearms Strike One is being touted as the fastest and most accurate service pistol available today.

Gun Bags for Carry and the Range

We spend plenty of time looking over our options when choosing which guns to own and what ammo to shoot. But how much thought goes into how we'll transport our favorite shooting gear from point A to point B? Cheaper Than Dirt has gathered a diverse set of bags and packs especially selected for shooting enthusiasts.

Book Review—Volcanic Firearms: Predecessor to the Winchester Rifle

Volcanic firearms, some of history’s first repeaters to use a self-contained cartridge, represent a profoundly significant, yet often overlooked, stage in the evolution of firearms development. The origins of the short-lived Volcanic Repeating Arms Company, and of the guns it designed and manufactured, have long been shrouded in mystery, hearsay and poorly-sourced apocrypha—until now.

A Look Back at the Ruger Model 77 Rifle

Ruger has an uncanny ability to sense what shooters want and give it to them at an affordable price.

Trailblazer Firearms Launches .22 Compact

A newly formed company called Trailblazer Firearms, headquartered in Asheville, N.C., has launched its first firearm, LifeCard, "the last gun you'll leave behind."

The Keefe Report: Stoeger Firearms

The company featured on this month’s cover has traveled an interesting road. It started on Fifth Avenue in New York City in 1918. That’s when Austrian immigrant Alexander F. Stoeger sent out his first fliers advertising guns and accessories.

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