Ruger’s Southpaw 10/22 Competition

Review: Ruger’s Southpaw 10/22 Competition

Introduced in 1964, Ruger’s 10/22 has sold in the millions to become the most popular semi-automatic rimfire rifle of all time. Like most guns of its kind, though, it has always been a right-hander-only proposition—until now.

Navigating The Optics-Ready Market

A micro red-dot mounted atop a handgun can be a very useful little tool, but not all optics and optics-ready pistols play well together, creating a potentially confusing situation for prospective buyers. With this resource, we attempt to clear the air.

Review: Hornady Super Subsonic Hunting Loads

Capable, accurate, conveniently suppressible and light-recoiling, Hornady’s new Subsonic loads bring added versatility to a trio of rifle chamberings not usually associated with subsonic use.

Power Couple: Wilson Combat Southpaw Protector Series AR In .300 HAM’R

The .300 HAM’R from Wilson Combat is a highly capable cartridge for hunting or home defense, and it’s available in a new version of the company’s Protector Series AR perfect for left-out lefties.

Rifleman Review: Beretta APX

In this American Rifleman TV segment of "Rifleman Review," we take a look at the Beretta APX striker-fired handgun which was in the U.S. Army's XM17 competition.

Review: Silencer Central Banish 30 Suppressor

Silencer Central is revolutionizing the suppressor-buying market, and it's contributing options like the Banish 30 to an ever-growing lineup.

Silencer Central: Suppressor Buying Simplified

Buying a suppressor is more complicated than it should be—discouragingly so—but by handling the paperwork and streamlining the process, Silencer Central has made it as stress-free as possible.

Review: Ruger Precision Rifle

The Ruger Precision Rifle, at it launch, brought an affordable long-range rifle to the masses.

Pint-Size Pair: Springfield Armory's Saint Edge PDW & EVAC

Springfield Armory was quick to jump on the AR pistol craze back in 2017, but its two new Saint Edge models—the PDW and the EVAC—take portable firepower in whole new directions.

Editor’s Choice: Glock 44

GLOCK owners seeking to shoot rimfire ammunition through their favorite handgun have long had to rely on aftermarket conversion kits of dubious quality and reliability, but those days are finally over.

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