If A Rifle Could Talk: Finn Aagaard’s .375
From 1983 until 1994, late American Rifleman Field Editor Finn Aagaard, a former Kenyan professional hunter, impressed readers with his keen and practical insight. He was meticulous in keeping records of every shot he fired, and through his journals, his pre-’64 Winchester Model 70 in .375 H&H speaks to a new generation of shooters and hunters.
The Guns Of Operation Torch
Deemed a safer option than a direct attack on Nazi-occupied France, Operation Torch—the Allied invasion of French North Africa—was nonetheless a hard-fought, six-month campaign. These are the guns that helped America’s warfighters win victory.
Practicing With Dangerous Game Rifles
When you hunt dangerous game, the rifle you carry is one in which you want absolute confidence—confidence that’s gained through plenty of handling and shooting practice. Whether you pursue dangerous game or whitetail deer, this is some of the best advice on shooting that a professional hunter has to offer.
Holland & Holland’s Mighty .700 Nitro Express
When told that Holland & Holland would not build him a .600 Nitro Express, one man, through determination and perseverance, ended up creating the most powerful sporting cartridge in the world: the .700 Nitro Express.
The Professional Hunter's Rifle
A professional hunter’s rifle is possibly the most important tool of his trade, and that which often keeps the close calls from becoming radio calls for help.
'Bad Timing': Rise & Fall of Luxembourg's SOLA Submachine Guns
During the 1950s, Luxembourg found itself involved in an international diplomatic crisis, thanks to the exportation of the SOLA submachine gun family.
Accuracy X Pistol Raffle
Accuracy X will raffle off a one-of-a-kind 1911 to raise funds for the U.S. F-Class Rifle Team, to compete at the 2021 World Championships in Bioemfontein, South Africa.
Rifleman Q&A: Mamba Pistol
A reader inquires about an unusual pistol called the "Mamba."
War In The Desert: The Mauser-Vergueiro Rifle
An army should never go to war without rifles to arm its soldiers. Yet that was what almost happened to the Union Defence Force of South Africa in 1914.
In Memoriam: Harry Selby, Hunter And Rifleman, Dies At 92
The author reflects on the life of his mentor, boss, confidant and friend.