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The 10mm Auto: History & Performance of a Potent Pistol Cartridge

Nearly four decades after it made its debut, the 10mm Auto is offered in more loads and guns than ever before, including four different M1911-based pistols.

Review: M48 Nosler Custom Handgun

Built from the ground up for accuracy, the Model 48 Nosler Custom Handgun really delivers. So, just how well does it shoot? How do groups as small as a quarter-inch sound?

A Hard Look at Henry Lever-Actions

A relatively young company, Henry Repeating Arms has risen to become a significant maker of American long guns—and it did so primarily with lever-action rifles. Here’s an in-depth look.

The Evolution of the Beanfield Rifle

Kenny Jarrett’s rifle tinkering led to the highest levels of benchrest competition. His ultra-accurate “Beanfield” rifles on other makers’ actions soon followed. Now, Jarrett has taken his game to a new level with an action and barrels all his own.

Handloading The .44-40 Win.

Introduced in the Model 1873, the .44 Winchester Central Fire, as it was originally called, was the first center-fire cartridge to become available in a Winchester lever-action rifle.

A Look Back At The M1911 Double-Stack

The story of the “high-capacity” M1911 pistol began more than a quarter-century ago. Once the province of small makers for action-pistol sports, the wide-body M1911, though not as popular the original single-stack, is still going strong.

The .222 Remington Story

Though overshadowed by the .223 Rem., the .222 Rem. is a real performer that many shooters know little about—yet, for four decades, it held the record for the smallest five-shot group fired at a 100-yard registered benchrest match.

Resurgent: The 10 mm Auto

Now, more than three decades after it made its debut, the 10 mm is offered in more loads and guns than ever before, including four different M1911-based pistols.

Springfield M1A Maintenance Tips

Maintaining the M1A is not especially difficult if you pay close attention to instructions clearly explained in the owner’s manual. If in doubt, simply contact Springfield Armory’s customer service department.

Springfield Armory's M1A

With most semi-automatic rifles being made of polymer and aluminum these days, there’s still a retro streak among some shooters that clamors for steel and walnut. Based on the M14, Springfield’s M1A fills that niche well, delivering accuracy and reliability—as it has for more than 40 years.

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