Brian C. Sheetz

The Rifleman Report: ​Industry Advancements

Whether in guns themselves or the cartridges they chamber or in optics or other firearm accessories, mechanical and material science innovations are key.

The Rifleman Report: Self-Reliance

For the entirety of this nation’s existence, Americans have depended upon firearms to ensure our survival.

Updating A Model 1895 Saddle Ring Carbine

The resulting modernized Winchester Repeating Arms Model 1895 Saddle Ring Carbine (SRC) makes for an intriguing platform that promises to be a capable field companion. Its unique Browning design, colorful historical lineage and high-quality manufacture set it apart from rank-and-file bolt guns and semi-automatics.

The Rifleman Report: American Tradition

The firearm industry has been a part of America since its founding, and while many companies have come and gone, a few have been on the scene for a century or longer.

The Rifleman Report: Our Republic

It seems that nearly every month we hear of increasing numbers of Americans who, motivated by domestic and international circumstances, are taking steps to embrace their individual right to keep and bear arms.

Rifleman Report: Industrial Innovations

Just when it seems the firearm industry has exhausted itself by way of striving to keep up with demand for existing models, it’s a pleasant surprise to learn that, behind the scenes, engineers and marketing folks have been working on new offerings that have either been created from whole cloth, are significantly revised or are unfamiliar to the American market.

Rifleman Report: Shall Not Be Infringed

As of this writing, the people of Ukraine are locked in a life-and-death struggle with the invading Russian military in the most significant warfare seen in Europe since World War II.

Jack First: The 'First' Name In Firearm Parts

In 1954, less than a decade after World War II veteran Jack First made it back home from deadly fighting on the island of Iwo Jima in the Pacific, he started a small gun shop in Lancaster, Calif.

Rifleman Report: The World’s Oldest And Largest Firearm Authority

English poet William Cowper is credited with the phrase “Variety is the spice of life, that gives it all its flavor.” That is certainly the case for firearm enthusiasts, who purchase new guns for a wide range of reasons, including hunting, competition, plinking, self-defense and collecting.

Editor’s Choice: Springfield Armory Hellion

Springfield has partnered with H.S. Produkt of Croatia to bring U.S. shooters a semi-automatic version of the Croatian VHS-2 service rifle chambered in 5.56 NATO.

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