Christopher Miner Spencer C.M. Spencer portrait vintage overaly patent drawing rifle carbine gun

The Spencer Rifle: Christopher’s Legacy Design

This is the story of how Christopher Miner Spencer developed from boy-aged wood- and metalworker to legendary gunmaker, ultimately spurring a new era in American firearm history.

Revolution In The Blood: Christopher Miner Spencer’s Coming Of Age

Christopher Miner Spencer became known as one of the greatest gun designers of his age, and his Spencer rifle was eventually fielded as one of the most advanced firearms employed during the Civil War. This is how he got started.

Editor’s Choice: Magpul Hunter American Stock

Magpul's new Hunter American Stock is sure to interest owners of Ruger’s American Ranch and Predator rifles. The stock provides a cast-aluminum bedding block and steel recoil lugs set inside an ergonomic polymer chassis designed to accommodate short actions barreled up to a medium Palma contour.

Rifleman Report: The World’s Oldest And Largest Firearm Authority

English poet William Cowper is credited with the phrase “Variety is the spice of life, that gives it all its flavor.” That is certainly the case for firearm enthusiasts, who purchase new guns for a wide range of reasons, including hunting, competition, plinking, self-defense and collecting.

Cavalry Arms Of The American Revolution

When well-trained and equipped, a determined light horseman of the American Revolution was a fearsome combined-arms foe.

NAA Guardian: A Sturdy, Little Pocket Pistol

The quality of the pistols coming out of NAA don’t garner a lot of headlines, but just ask any enthusiast who has owned one of their revolvers for decades.

Editor's Choice: EAA Girsan MCP35 Match

European American Armory is doing its part to further the current resurgence of the High Power pistol designed by John Moses Browning and Dieudonné Saive with several versions of its Girsan MCP35.

RemArms: America's Oldest Gunmaker

Make no mistake, the people currently at the helm at RemArms are dedicated to honoring that legacy and producing firearms in the tradition of performance and reliability we’ve come to expect from the name.

American Outdoor Brands Report Includes Some Surprises

Recently released quarterly figures from American Outdoor Brands (AOB) indicates enthusiasm for firearm ownership and outdoor pursuits, in general, remains significantly higher than levels prior to the pandemic and widespread social unrest

Great Guns Of The American West

Beyond their utilitarian function, firearms have been admired over the centuries for their intrinsic artistic form and, often, their lavishly applied decoration. Pictured here are guns belonging to one of America’s foremost collectors with provenance to legendary figures such as Bat Masterson, George Armstrong Custer, Tom Horn, Tom Mix and Jesse James.

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