“Trench Guns” Of World War I

America’s Prototype 'Trench Guns' Of World War I

Arms of all sorts were in high demand at the onset of the Great War, including a new type of close-quarters combat firearm: the repeating shotgun. Though several designs were explored, only a few made it into the trenches before the Armistice was signed.

NRA Gun Of The Week: Bergara Premier Competition

Watch this Gun Of The Week video preview to learn about the Bergara Premier Competition, a near-custom rifle with top-tier components and craftsmanship, as well as the capability to precisely deliver match rounds on target.

Remington's Pump Rifles: Models 760 & 7600

Remington’s pump-action, centerfire rifles are best known as hunters’ guns. For generations, they’ve been carried in the woods and on the plains under all sorts of conditions—and their reliability is legendary.

Remington Opens Sporting Clays Course, Hosts Inaugural Spring League

Remington Ammunition has opened the Remington Gun Club to the public and the inaugural spring sporting clays league is already underway.

Preview: Peters Paper Shotshells

With Remington Ammuniton’s return to the market, “paper or plastic?” is no longer a question just for the grocery store.

RemArms: America's Oldest Gunmaker

Make no mistake, the people currently at the helm at RemArms are dedicated to honoring that legacy and producing firearms in the tradition of performance and reliability we’ve come to expect from the name.

Preview: Sure Cycle +6 Magazine Extension Tube For Remington Shotguns

Sure Cycle Performance Products engineers solutions for everyday shotgun users, whether it be for competition use, home defense or hunting applications.

Preview: Elftmann Tactical ELF 700 SE

This Elftmann Tactical drop-in trigger module for Remington Model 700-type guns features an extreme range of user-enabled adjustments.

Rifleman Q&A: Unserialized Remington Mosin-Nagants?

A reader inquires about non-numbered Remington M1891 Mosin-Nagants.

The Guns You Don't See: Five Types Of Firearms That Rarely Make It Stateside

Though the U.S. is one of the largest markets for civilian firearms in the world, certain types of guns rarely make it to our shores. Follow Jeremiah Knupp as he explores five types of firearms you won't find being imported for the U.S. market.

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