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The 1886/93 Lebel: France's Great War Masterpiece

This innovative 8 mm bolt-action repeater, which performed extraordinary service during World War I, was also one of the most important military arms in history.

Video—ARTV: Winchester 150, Part 1

The history of Winchester is tied integrally to the history of this country. Explore that connection with some experts from ARTV.

A Milestone in Wood and Steel

After the eighth season of Blue Bloods, actor and NRA Board of Directors member Tom Selleck wanted to preserve the occasion with a special memento.

From Civil War To World War: The Genesis Of Sniping, Part 4

After the American Civil War, repeating rifles and smokeless powder revolutionized shooting. Accurate rifles that didn’t give away a sniper’s position, combined with optical sights, made the stalemate of the Great War’s trenches ideal conditions for the sniper’s work.

Sold! The $1.26 Million Winchester 1886 Rifle

It’s the most expensive single firearm sold at auction, according to Rock Island Auction Company. Pairs of guns have gone for more, but this one’s connection to the surrender of Chiricahua Apache Chief Geronimo and impeccable condition added up to a new world-record on April 30.

A Look Back at the 1886 Winchester

A timeless design by a youthful John Browning combined with superb manufacturing quality keeps this 128-year-old rifle alive today.

Turnbull MFG. Co. Model 1886

Turnbull has built an accurate reproduction of Browning’s first lever-action, magazine-fed rifle.

Chiappa 1886 Kodiak

There may be no rifle more appealing to the American shooter than a big-bore lever-action.

Winchester 1886 Extra Light Weight

Offered in 10 chamberings ranging from .33 Win. to .50-110 Win., the 1886 was the ultimate medium-range hunting rifle.

Winchester's Model 1886

The Big Fifty was Winchester's attempt to match several British express rifle loads intended for taking big African game.

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