Wilson Combat WCP365 Grip Module

Preview: Wilson Combat WCP365 Grip Module

Wilson Combat is offering aftermarket grip modules compatible with SIG Sauer’s P365/P365 XL micro-compact semi-automatic pistols that significantly improve the host handguns’ ergonomics while adding a touch of custom flair.

Preview: Kelbly’s Nanook MG Rifle

The Nanook MG, a long-range hunting rifle, features Kelbly’s lightweight Nanook action and is available in .300 PRC, .300 Norma Mag. and .338 Lapua Mag.

Winchester’s .350 Legend: A Multi-Purpose AR-15 Round?

Since its release in 2019, Winchester's new .350 Legend cartridge has grown in the market with a favorable appeal. But just how useful is this cartridge in an AR-15 platform?

Engineering A Solution: Inside Walther’s PDP F-Series

The Walther PDP F-Series is a 9 mm duty pistol intended for serious use—competition, personal protection, law enforcement—for women, and it has well-thought-out features and ergonomics intended to meet their needs.

2022 Ammunition Product Of The Year: Hornady Subsonic

American Rifleman is pleased to announce the 2022 Ammunition Product Of The Year Award goes to Hornady.

Preview: Lyman Borecam Pro

The new Lyman Borecam Pro provides cordless barrel-inspection from a tool capable of sending captured images and video directly to the user’s smartphone.

Rifleman Report: Shall Not Be Infringed

As of this writing, the people of Ukraine are locked in a life-and-death struggle with the invading Russian military in the most significant warfare seen in Europe since World War II.

Editor’s Choice: Ruger Wrangler Birdshead

Sturm, Ruger & Co. is expanding its handy and affordable Wrangler single-action .22 Long Rifle revolver line with a more compact version featuring a gracefully curved bird’s head grip and shortened barrel.

Armscor: Three Generations And Counting

Armscor is among the global leaders in the firearm industry today, producing popular lines of handguns, rifles, shotguns and more than 400 million cartridges annually.

Smith & Wesson's Walthers

When Smith & Wesson's name showed up on Walther PPK and PPK/s pistols, many were shocked, but what does that mean for build quality and performance? Follow along with Wiley Clapp and his investigation of S&W-made Walther pistols.

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