Browning Citori: A Redesigned Superposed
There are 33 versions currently available from the company, not including the 22-strong Citori 725 line. All wear American walnut furniture, in a variety of fine finishes. The line’s wide variety of options include recoil pads adjustable for length of pull, adjustable cheekpieces, intricate engraving, floating ribs and much more.
Freedom Arms: A Custom-Grade Revolver Company
Wayne Baker and noted gunsmith Dick Casull—whose namesake .454 Casull cartridge first made headlines in 1959—established the company Freedom Arms. It wasn’t big-bore revolvers they concentrated on, not early anyway.
U.S. M6: A Military-Grade Survival Gun
The U.S. military recognized early on that pilots forced down in relatively uninhabited regions of the world needed a compact survival rifle if they went down.
Review: Rock Island Armory Side By Side
With a blend of modern features and contemporary styling, the Rock Island Armory Side By Side in 12 ga. is a current Turkish take on the old double-barrel shotgun design.
Twin-Barrel Conundrum: Side-By-Side Versus Over-Under Shotguns
Follow Aaron Carter as he compares and contrasts the attributes to consider when selecting a side-by-side versus an over-under shotgun.
Into The Breech ... Or Not: The NitroFire/FireStick System
Can a rifle lacking a breechplug really be a muzzleloader? Though some interested parties—including the federal government—say “no,” today’s blackpowder hunters are tuning into news about Traditions’ NitroFire rifle and Federal’s innovative FireStick propulsion system.
Stoeger Double Defense: A Side-By-Side Designed For Defensive Duty
The Stoeger Double Defense break-action, double-barreled shotguns are set up purely for home defense, and come in 12-ga. and 20-ga. versions.
NRA Gun of the Week: Fabarm USA Autumn
On this week’s “Gun of the Week” video preview, American Rifleman examines a first from Fabarm, a side-by-side break-action shotgun called the Autumn.
Review: EAA Churchill 512
Akkar started making auto-motive and gun parts in 1985 in Istanbul, Turkey, and it has been one of the leaders in the current rise of Turkish gunmaking.
Review: Benelli 828U
Although best known for its semi-automatic waterfowl and military shotguns, Benelli has stepped into the upland and sport shooting scenes with a newly conceived over-under that proves the Italian maker still has a few tricks up its sleeve.