On this week's episode of American Rifleman TV, we continue with the top 10 machine guns of all time, with the Browning M2 and MG42. We'll also take a look at the EAA Girsan Regard Gen 4, along with the 1803 Harpers Ferry Rifle.
The Traditions Firearms NitroFire inline Muzzleloader series provides hunters with a package ready for use and reloads made easy with Federal Ammunition FireStick cartridges.
In 2002, Smith & Wesson developed the .500 S&W Magnum, the most powerful handgun round in the world. Here's how it was done.
The Metal Ammo Can Tray, from MTM Case-Gard, is a new solution for stacking, storing and carrying traditional metal military ammunition cans.
The Barrett Model 82/M107 has been named Tennessee’s official state rifle.
Given its unequaled adaptability and, thus, versatility, the single-shot, break-action Thompson/Center Arms Encore, which was introduced in 1997, was bound to become the most popular switch-barrel firearm ever—even eclipsing its predecessor, the Contender.
Now in its 30th year of continuous production, the Magnum Research Desert Eagle has become one of the most iconic firearms in existence. Its distinctive profile is instantly recognizable, and the gun is symbolic of American ingenuity and brute power—and now the big bird is available in stainless steel.
This massive pistol's long and colorful history still generates plenty of discussion. To find the answers to nine of the top questions about this beefy big-bore semi-auto, we went straight to the expert.