Rifleman Review: Smith & Wesson M&P12
In 2021, Smith & Wesson introduced its M&P12 bullpup shotgun, validating the concept of a compact 12-ga. shotgun with heightened capacity, thanks to dual magazine tubes running underneath the barrel.
Rifleman Review: Taurus G3X
Taurus USA's G3x combines the frame of the company's full-size G3 with the slide and barrel from the compact G3c. The result is a handgun that can be shot easily and carried comfortably.
Cabot Guns Celebrates American Craftsmanship
Cabot Guns, the Pennsylvania-based maker of bespoke, ultra-high-end M1911s built to extreme tolerances from a truly staggering assortment of exotic materials, is producing a video series on a topic near and dear to the company’s heart: celebrating the exceptional talent and skills of American artisans.
Rifleman Review: Smith & Wesson M&P9 Shield Plus OR
Nearly a decade after the launch of the company's incredibly successful M&P Shield, Smith & Wesson released a product-improved version with an increased magazine capacity and more in the form of its Shield Plus.
S&W’s Model 350: The ‘Mild-Mannered’ X-Frame
The 350 Legend-chambered Model 350 represents quite a departure for S&W’s family of X-Frame revolvers, but it is no less capable of taking medium-size game—and it’s a lot easier to shoot and keep fed.
LC Carbine: Ruger Doubles Down On The 5.7x28
Ruger refers to the LC Carbine as a pistol-caliber carbine (PCC), and from the company’s very specific perspective—the LC being a derivative of and companion to its Ruger-5.7 pistol—it is.
Nosler Enhances Its Legacy—Quietly
Having already applied its fine engineering and precision manufacturing know-how to optimizing both the hunter’s gun and his ammunition, Nosler is now turning its attention to suppressors, offering a line that blends performance and portability.
Different, But Oh So Familiar: FN’s 21st Century High Power
FN has changed a lot in its recently re-released High Power—from the size to the lock-up to the higher-capacity magazine—but, as a result, this new take on an old classic is now even more of a joy to shoot.
2022 Accessory Of The Year: Mantis Blackbeard
American Rifleman is pleased to announce the 2022 Accessory Of The Year Award goes to Mantis.
Editor's Choice: MyCaseBuilder PrintBuilder
When I find myself in possession of a gun/guns in desperate need of a case upgrade, I often turn to MyCaseBuilder, as the company not only offers a wide assortment of quality firearm cases, but its online design program allows me to custom configure each case’s interior to suit my particular needs.