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Ruger Re-Energizing Marlin Enthusiasts

Honoring the legacy of a 152-year-old legendary gunmaker is no easy task, but Ruger’s remains squarely focused on that mission while it resurrects a brand that languished under Remington Outdoor management.

SCCY Firearms: Guns For Everyday Carry

The company’s exclusive focus is on producing budget-friendly and reliable pistols for concealed carry. Its first gun—the CPX-1—appeared in 2005, at about the time permit applications were just beginning their dramatic increase.

Inaugural Gunfest Coming To Sturgis

Plan to visit the inaugural Gunfest, Aug. 5 to 7 at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip Shooting Complex, where you'll have the opportunity to test firearms, ammunition and accessories in a safe and controlled environment.

Traditions Performance Firearms: Innovators In The Industry

This year, Traditions Performance Firearms, based in Old Saybrook, Conn., is celebrating its 40th anniversary. In those four decades, it has earned a reputation for offering some of the industry’s most innovative muzzleloaders and associated gear, while refusing to abandon the historic designs and DIY projects enthusiasts crave.

Dan Wesson Firearms: Quality Revolvers & M1911s

It was the Model 715 that bolstered sales significantly and, more importantly, established Dan Wesson Firearms as a top innovator in the marketplace.

Preview: Cimarron Firearms “Man With No Name” 1851 Navy Cartridge Conversion

The Man With No Name Conversion retains the overall profile of the M1851 blackpowder revolver, even keeping the loading lever at the bottom of the barrel, but a hinged loading gate at the rear of the frame allows shooters to fire modern factory ammunition in the form of .38 Colt or .38 Spl.

Favorite Firearms: A Long-Barreled Dan Wesson

I walked into a gun store and saw a pistol that I knew was right for me: a clean, sharp-looking Dan Wesson Model 15 in .357 Mag., with beautiful wood stocks and a 12" barrel that stuck out of a hole cut in the side of the original box.

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.

Review: Diamondback Sidekick

Diamondback Firearms offers the market old-world styling amended by modern conveniences with its convertible Sidekick, a nine-shot, .22 Long Rifle-chambered, double-action revolver that features a swing-out cylinder.

Review: SAR USA K12 Sport

Among the most highly regarded pistols to come out of Europe, the 9 mm Luger CZ 75 has developed a loyal following both for use as a duty sidearm and as the starting point for highly customized competition guns. This semi-automatic pistol was launched in 1975 by eská zbrojovka Uherský Brod of the Czech Republic.

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