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Rifleman Q&A: Roos Underhammer Muzzleloader

From the archives of American Rifleman, read about a German-made, upside-down built, small-bore muzzleloader.

American Guns: 10 Firearms That Shaped Our Nation

Firearms are a crucial part of American culture, so it's no surprise that they've played an essential role in shaping American history. Here are 10 of the most important.

The Browning Automatic Rifle: A Short History

The first Browning Automatic Rifles, the Model 1918s, delivered rock-solid service to the “doughboys” in the closing months of World War I.

Video—Rifleman Review: Navy Arms Centennial Model 1873 Winchester Presentation Model

For the centennial anniversary of the Buffale Bill Center of the West, in Cody, Wyo., Winchester released their Navy Arms Cetennial Model 1873 Presentation Model.

Opening Shot: Model 1883 and No. 353 Gatling Guns

From the NRA Museum, check out these firearms that have provenance to the 1939 movie, "Gunga Din."

5 Firearm Firsts of Christopher Columbus

Invader, discoverer, exploiter, whatever you prefer, there’s no denying five of the firearm firsts he made in stumbling into the occupied New World.

The Keefe Report: Curatorial Assistant National Firearms Museum

My start as an NRA employee came nearly 30 years ago as a weekends-only curatorial assistant at the NRA National Firearms Museum in Washington, D.C.

Touring the Newly Refurbished Cody Firearms Museum

The newly refurbished museum now puts the collection front and center in a way that will enthrall the average museum-goer and satisfy any avid gun enthusiast.

Cody Firearms Museum Selects Henry Repeating Arms as First Collector’s Series Offering

Henry Repeating Arms, Baron Engraving and Davidson’s will contributing a portion of the proceeds from this project to support the revitalization of the Cody Firearms Museum.

The Keefe Report: “Please Hang in a Prominent Place.”

Those words appear on the back of a circa-1890 Winchester cartridge board on display in the Robert E. Petersen Gallery of NRA’s National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, Va.

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