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The .22 LR: History & Performance

While the .22 Long Rifle wasn't the first self-contained metallic cartridge, it's one of the oldest rounds in existence, and it remains popular today.

A Look Back at the Browning Semi-Automatic 22

Like most of Browning’s designs, the SA 22 is a remarkable melding of a simple yet efficient device, combined with grace and elegance.

A Look Back at the Ruger Single-Six Revolver

Like virtually all Rugers, the Single-Six single-action revolver is almost impossible to wear out. The basic design has been around for 66 years, and these revolvers continue to sell well each year.

5 New or Unusual North American Arms Mini Revolvers

The North American Arms Mini revolvers are among the smallest guns on the market today. Here are five new, unusual or underappreciated Mini models for your consideration.

I Have This Old Gun: Smith & Wesson Model 1

Daniel Smith and Horace Wesson were not men who gave up easily. In 1854 the partners came out with a unique, lever-action, repeating, tubular-magazine-fed pistol.

Rifleman Q & A: Winchester .22 Pump?

A reader has inherited a pump-action rifle he believes to be a Winchester Model 1890.

North American Arms NAA-22S Mini Revolver: A Short Review

This single-action revolver is a fully functional exercise in firearm miniaturization.

6 of the Smallest Handguns on the Market Today

When size matters, you can't get much smaller than pocketable concealed-carry handguns.

The Everlasting .22s

America’s first metallic cartridge was a .22 rimfire, and it was introduced more than 150 years ago. While that little .22 Short was first fired in Smith & Wesson’s tip-up revolver, it went on to broader use in many rifles.

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