Preview: Mission First Tactical EXD Rail System
Mission First Tactical recently added the Extreme Duty (EXD) line of free-floating, M-Lok-compatible rail systems to its catalog of AR-15 handguards.
New For 2023: FN 15 Guardian
The FN 15 Guardian is an all-new carbine from the R&D team at FN America that’s aimed squarely at a market space previously left open in the company’s catalog of products.
Glass Bedding A Rifle Stock
Stock bedding isn’t the quickest and easiest process, but it can be done—and done well—with the proper preparation, tools and patience.
New For 2023: IWI US Carmel
IWI US has announced it will be offering its highly coveted Carmel rifle in a semi-automatic format for the U.S. consumer market.
Preview: MultiTasker M:4 Stock Tool
Designed in conjunction with B5 Systems, the MultiTasker M:4 is a one-piece multi-tool intended for use on AR-platform rifles.
Applying A Bake-On Firearm Finish
Save money and time refurbishing that old field gun with an easy-to-apply spray-on coating from Wheeler Engineering.
NRA Gun Of The Week: Springfield Armory XD-M Elite 4.5” OSP In 10 mm Auto
Watch American Rifleman staff on the range to learn about the 10 mm Auto-chambered XD-M Elite 4.5” OSP, one of the latest offerings in Springfield Armory's feature-rich lineup of Croatian-made pistols.
Riflescope Setup: Installing Standard Bases & Rings
Mounting a scope on a rifle is not all that hard, and anyone who is reasonably handy can, with a minimum of tools, do it right. This is one of those projects that works as well on a kitchen table as it does in a fully equipped shop.
Tested: CZ P-10 M
When introducing a new pistol line, manufacturers often like to put forth a full-size initial offering before releasing something for the CCW crowd. Such was the case with CZ-USA when it introduced the P-10 C. Over time, CZ would also offer both smaller and larger versions before eventually offering its smallest to date, the P-10 M evaluated here.
Rifleman Q&A: Making Non-Toxic Pellets
I’ve heard that traditional shot pellets are made by dropping molten lead through a sieve in something called a shot tower. Today we seem to have such a variety of shot to choose from, all of which look very different from one another. What are the methods of manufacture for some of today’s non-toxic shot?