Cavalry Arms

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.

Product Preview: Nine Line's Patriotic 2A Apparel Keeps the Chill in Check

The Georgia-based clothing brand has surged onto the market and is best known for its unabashed pride in America and her many freedoms—particularly the Second Amendment.

Tested: Leupold Mark 5HD 7-35x 56 MIL Riflescope

American Rifleman's David Herman gets a fresh view of the new Leupold Mark 5HD 7-35X 56 mm MRAD riflescope.

Tested: Honor Defense Honor Guard 9 mm Pistol

This American made striker-fired single-stack offers a top-notch balance of form, function and price.

Video: Ruger Red Label Shotgun

Watch this "Rifleman Review" segment from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV as Mark Keefe takes a look at the Ruger Red Label shotgun.

Leveraging Heritage

Lever-action rifles are an indelible fixture in the history of firearm development and played a key role in the formation of these United States. Recently, however, iconic manufacturers have closed up shop or moved production of such classic long guns overseas. The resulting void has opened the door for Henry Repeating Arms Co. to expand its catalog of American-made lever guns.

American-Made Boots on the Ground

American soldiers and marines are trekking around Iraq and Afghanistan in American-made Danner boots.

American-Made Muskets In The Revolutionary War

As galloping express riders and ringing church bells spread across New England during the early hours of April 19, 1775, thousands of farmers and tradesmen carrying a variety of firearms poured out of their homes and headed toward Lexington and Concord to intercept the British Army column approaching from Boston.

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