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Review: Henry X Model .410 Bore Shotgun

Henry Repeating Arms offers a unique and well-made option to fans of the .410 bore, with its lever-action, tube-fed X Model based off of the company's other lines of lever-action rifles.

New for 2022: Marlin Model 1895 Trapper

Marlin added to its classic lever-action rifle line with the launch of the Model 1895 Trapper, chambered in .45-70 Gov't.

Striking Silver: Henry Repeating Arms Celebrates 25 Years

The Henry name will forever be associated with the Old West, but its reputation continues to grow today through a modern company that places a priority on the quintessentially American lever-action.

Rifleman Review: Winchester Model 1895

Watch this American Rifleman Television segment of "Rifleman Review" from 2020 to learn more about the Winchester Model 1895 lever-action rifle in .405 Win.

Winchester Repeating Arms: From Lever Actions To Legacy Guns

It’s not hard to make the argument that the Winchester name is one of the most indelible in the firearm industry. The company has produced some of the finest guns in history and has cemented the lever-action rifle as part of the American heritage.

Editor’s Choice: Henry Repeating Arms Long Ranger

Henry Repeating Arms added a new, more compact and weather-resistant variant to the Long Ranger series—the Long Ranger Express—that boasts a number of upgraded features.

Marlin Reborn: Ruger Resurrects A Legend

Two industry heavyweights are now under the same management, in fact, under the same roof. If the track records of both hold true, the collaboration will be a success. But those responsible for the new Marlins are taking nothing for granted.

Henry Repeating Arms Celebrates 25 Years

From modest beginnings to one of the country’s largest long-gun manufacturers, Henry Repeating Arms is officially celebrating its landmark 25th year in business this year

Henry Donates Rifles To Aid 4-Year-Old Cancer Patient

Henry Repeating Arms has donated custom rifles to raise funds for 4-year-old Milah Schevenius of Decatur, Ind., who was diagnosed with a rare tumor at only 3 years old.

Marlin Firearms: Back In The Saddle

Marlin Firearms founder John Marlin liked the 1890 Frederic Sackrider Remington painting so much that he asked Remington to produce a copy focusing on the cowboy, and that painting, “Danger Ahead”—shown here—appeared on Marlin’s 1900 catalog cover.

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