Smith & Wesson Model 41 Classic Rimfire Repeater left-side view handgun pistol 22lr black metal wood walnut

Smith & Wesson Model 41: An Iconic Rimfire Target Pistol

S&W's repeating rimfire pistol, the Model 41 began in 1957 and continues its classic appeal with standard and Performance Center models built for hunting, plinking and bullseye punching.

Tested: The New Henry Side Loader Lever-Action Rifle

Dressed up for its premier in polished brass and custom-checkered walnut, this best-of-both-worlds lever gun from Henry Repeating Arms is as easy on the eyes as it is to load in the field.

Marlin Model 1895GSBL Rifle Review

Broad interest in the .45-70 Gov’t has waxed and waned repeatedly during its 130-year existence, but this bruiser of a cartridge has never died out completely thanks to support by a small but dedicated group of die-hard big-bore aficionados and to the range of interesting firearms chambered in it.

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