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Review: Blaser R8 .22 Long Rifle Conversion Kit

Blaser has upped the ante with its R8 straight-pull rifle by engineering a .22 Long Rifle conversion kit that includes

Editor’s Choice: Bergara B-14 R

Bergara's new-for-2020 B-14 R rimfire training rifle is aimed squarely at a up-and-coming corner of the rifle market: rimfire precision shooting.

SHOT Show 2020: Benelli Lupo

Benelli, the Italian shotgun maker known for designs like the Super Black Eagle, rolled out its first bolt-action in 2020: the Lupo.

Savage Renegauge: A Serious Rifle Maker’s Take on a Serious Shotgun

Chambered for now in 12 gauge, 3” only, the Renegauge is designed to be a rugged, shoot-it-everyday workhorse, capable in diverse scenarios and requiring little maintenance.

Video—ARTV: Remington V3 Shotgun Review

The Remington V3 Shotgun is the focus of this "Rifleman Review" segment from a recent episode of American Rifleman Television.

Vista Outdoor: One Year and Growing

Since it emerged as the biggest company in the outdoors sector, Vista has continued to grow and earned accolades for high-performing new products. CEO Mark DeYoung offers his assessment of the company’s first year.

Swift High Grade: Famed Bullet Maker Unveils Proprietary Factory Ammunition

Big-game hunters seeking Swift Bullets in factory-loaded cartridges got a boost today with the formal unveiling of Swift High Grade Ammunition.

Remington: Busy Making Guns on the Eve of 200th Anniversary

In the always-fierce competition to sell guns to American shooters, Remington has been in tough spots before. And so, on the heels of aborted model introductions and quality-control questions, the company is doing what it has done best for two centuries—building guns.

Unprecedented Commitment: Ruger’s 2 Million Gun Challenge Is Going Strong

Here at the halfway point of Ruger’s 2 Million Gun Challenge, NRA-ILA’s war chest for the coming elections is growing in an inspiring new way, increasing by $2 with the sale of every new Ruger firearm on the way to a projected total contribution of $4 million.

Video: Gun Makers Move South

Last year NRA Publications Editorial Director John Zent shed some light on one of the most compelling topics in the firearm industry today—a decades-long migration pattern of gun makers from the northeast and other regions of the United States to the southern states.

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