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NRA Gun Of The Week: Franchi USA Momentum Elite Varmint

On this week's "Gun of the Week" video preview, American Rifleman is on the range with a bolt-action rifle from Franchi USA with dedicated features for varmint shooting.

Review: Franchi Momentum Elite Varmint

Franchi proved back in 2018 that it was more than just a shotgun manufacturer with its original Momentum rifle, and now the company is expanding the line with souped-up “Elite” versions of the initial gun.

5 Hard-Hitting Shotguns For 2022

Whether for hunting or home defense, there are a number of great new shotguns on the market that are designed to meet your needs.

NRA Gun of the Week: Franchi Instinct SL

On this week’s “Gun of the Week,” American Rifleman staff examine the Franchi Instinct SL, an Italian-made over-under designed to be light in the hands for extended field sessions in pursuit of flying game.

Tested: Franchi Affinity 3 Shotgun

It might seem strange at first for Franchi to name a shotgun “Affinity,” but in the broad sense of the word, a natural liking for something, it fits. Simply put, it’s an easy shotgun to shoot and shoot well.

NRA Gun of the Week: Franchi Momentum Rifle

American Rifleman’s Joe Kurtenbach walks through the features of Franchi's first bolt-action rifle, the Momentum.

A First for Franchi: Momentum Rifle

Best known for fine Italian shotguns affordably priced for the American market, Franchi is celebrating its 150th anniversary as a firearm manufacturer. In all that time, however, it has never made a center-fire bolt-action rifle. The aptly named Momentum changes all that.

Editors’ Picks 2018: Franchi Momentum Rifle

Franchi is forging a new path by entering the bolt-action rifle market, and doing so in style.

Top-Selling Shotguns for June 2017

Gun Genius (powered by GunBroker.com) has listed the top-selling firearms for June 2017.

NRA Editors "Pull!" Their Weight at Benelli USA Invitational Shoot

NRA Editors were among the 214 sporting clays shooters who helped raise more than $31,000 for Freedom Hunters, an organization that supports outdoor opportunities for active duty and combat veterans.

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