43rd Edition Blue Book Of Gun Values

Preview: 43rd Edition Blue Book Of Gun Values

Now in its 43rd year, the Blue Book Of Gun Values has been updated and expanded with a number of new manufacturers and models.

Federal Premium Ammunition: A 100-Year Legacy

Federal Premium, one of the United States’ largest ammunition manufacturers, celebrates its 100th year of doing business in 2022, and its best may be yet to come.

Metal-Fatigue Failures: Is Your Gun at Risk?

Sometimes, through no fault of their owners’ use, gun parts simply fail. In many cases, “fatigue failures” are to blame. Can they be predicted? A veteran firearm engineer answers that question.

Archives—1892 Shooting & Fishing: Abnormal Antlers

Here is the unique story of a man fascinated with antler growth and his impressive collection of “Abnormal Antlers.”

NRA Gun of the Week: Brownells BRN-10A Rifle

American Rifleman's Mark Keefe takes hold of a very retro AR-10 for this week's feature video.

Archives: Britain’s "New" Rifle

From the American Rifleman archives we learn about the No. 4 Mk I, which was developed when Britain had a limited budget and war was on the horizon.

Product Preview: Rio Ammunition Vintage 1896 Shotshells

Paper was the standard hull material for scatterguns at the time Rio Ammunition got its start in 1896.

NRA Gun of the Week: AR-15 Rifle

American Rifleman's Mark Keefe talks about his competition-ready, retro AR-15-style rifle built back in the early 90s.

Product Preview: All-Weather Vintage Winchester Signs

Winfield Galleries’ Rocking W Brand now has a line of corrugated metal signs with vintage artwork from the Winchester art collection.

When Argentina Had To Choose a New Service Rifle

The Republic of Argentina has a large and diversified military-industrial complex, which includes a remarkable history of gun-making.

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