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Navy Arms Offers 1895 Chilean Mausers

A limited number of reconditioned Model 1895 Chilean Mausers have been brought into the U.S. by Navy Arms and are now for sale.

Video—Rifleman Review: Navy Arms Centennial Model 1873 Winchester Presentation Model

For the centennial anniversary of the Buffale Bill Center of the West, in Cody, Wyo., Winchester released their Navy Arms Cetennial Model 1873 Presentation Model.

Rifleman Q&A: Mamba Pistol

A reader inquires about an unusual pistol called the "Mamba."

Honoring Buffalo Bill: Winchester 1873 Rifle

Navy Arms has worked with the Cody Firearms Museum and Winchester Repeating Arms Co. to build two Centennial rifle models to commemorate the Buffalo Bill Center’s first century.

Tonight on American Rifleman TV: SilencerCo; Winchester/Navy Arms Model 1873 Rifle

This week American Rifleman TV gets an inside look at SilencerCo.

The Navy Arms Model 1892 Rifle: A Gentleman’s Lever Action

Navy Arms’ collaboration with Winchester has produced a very elegant and functional Model 1892 rifle.

Navy Arms Whitworth Rifle

The company’s Parker-Hale Whitworth and the Parker-Hale Volunteer, to be specific, are back, in both hexagonal and round bores with American walnut stocks and bone-charcoal color-casehardened hammers and lockplates.

Navy Arms’ Winchester 1873

In November 2013, American Rifleman published “‘Guaranteed By Us’ - Winchester’s ‘New’ Model 1873” in which we examined the “new” Model 1873 made in Japan by Winchester/Browning Arms.

Going Upscale Cowboy: The Navy/Winchester ‘73

The Navy Arms Winchester Model 1873, featuring checkered walnut and real bone-charcoal color-casehardening, is one of the nicest production lever-actions Keefe has ever handled.

The Mini-Me Gardner

Undoubtedly, the coolest gun I saw at the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Pittsburgh was a half-scale, mechanical marvel, beautifully rendered in polished brass and sitting on a table Navy Arms/U.S. Armament booth.

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