Product Preview: Obsidian Arms Complete AR-15 Armorer’s Punch Set
Designed with input from professional armorers and made in the United States, Obsidian Arms’ 12-piece punch set for AR-style rifles and pistols is also accompanied by a lifetime warranty.
Popular Rifling Types: Advantages & Disadvantages
There are five barrel-rifling methods in general use: cut, button, broach, hammer forging and ECM (electrolytic cationic machining). All have their benefits and drawbacks.
The Budget Bolt-Action Revolution
The bolt-action has come to the fore as the first rifle, the basic rifle, the most popular hunting rifle and one of the least-expensive choices.
2023 Accessory Of The Year: Silencer Central Banish 46
American Rifleman is pleased to announce Accessory Of The Year Award goes to Silencer Central.
3 Unique AR-15 Lower Receivers
Here's a closer look at receivers and accessories for America’s Rifle that accommodate folding stocks, helps cut costs or improves downrange accuracy.
Product Preview: Apertures ‘N’ More Rear Sight Replacement Parts
When individual parts from complex rear-sight assemblies go missing, they can be hard to replace because of proprietary features such as thread specifications.
The Ridgeway 'Frankenspencer:' A Lesson NOT Too Late For The Learning
The saga of the 'Frankenspencer' from Ridgeway is a lesson that every arms collector should learn.
Washington AR-15 Ban Impacts Local Manufacturers
On April 25, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee signed HB 1240 into law, which bans the manufacture, distribution, transfer and sale of AR-15s, along with all semi-auto rifles that measure less than 30" in length or wear other features common to semi-automatic firearms.
Firearm Industry Economic Impact Rises 322% Since 2008
The industry’s economic impact rose to $80.73 billion in 2022, up from $70.52 billion in 2021. Total jobs increased by more 17,877 in the same period, to 396,696 from 375,819, according to the NSSF report.
Product Preview: Throom Targets 6” Bounceback Series Plate Rack
Reactive steel plate racks are a lot of fun to shoot, but the cost, weight and splashback associated with steel makes them a limited commodity for most backyard gun ranges.