Ammozmak

11 New Ammo Options For 2023

As the ammunition market is returning to normal, many manufacturers are seeing this as a cue to introduce new loads of America's favorite cartridges as well a few new cartridges altogether.

NRA Gun Of The Week: Browning Citori Hunter Grade II

Follow American Rifleman staff on this “Gun Of The Week” with the Browning Firearms Citori Hunter Grade II, a field-ready, 16-gauge shotgun that sure doesn’t disappoint. In fact, this boxlock shotgun has everything you need and nothing that you don’t.

'Limited Standard': The M1919A6 Machine Gun

The U.S. M1919A6 machine gun was a modification of the M1919A4 intended to give a single trooper comparable firepower in a lighter-weight package. It was a compromise gun, and like many such designs, it could not do everything well.

All Choked Up: The Screw-In Solution

Once considered a gimmick, interchangeable chokes have revolutionized the art of shotgunning.

Preview: Browning X-Bolt Target Max

Browning has optimized its X-Bolt for 2023 and long-range target shooting with the new X-Bolt Target Max. With all the right upgrades for top-tier performance, this latest X-Bolt iteration is ideally suited for competitive shooting right out of the box.

5 Hard-Hitting New Shotguns For 2023

This year, we're seeing many shotguns that are built on proven operating systems but have been updated to be even more controllable and easily used by today's consumers.

Preview: Browning Citori High Grade 50th Anniversary

Browning Arms, of Morgan, Utah, is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2023 and extending that celebration to the consumer with the offering of a special-edition Citori shotgun.

Preview: Browning Ammunition Silver Series

For decades, a popular projectile option for hunters has been the classic soft-point bullet, and Browning has updated that design with its Silver Series.

The Rifleman Report: A Uniquely American Way Of Life

Various banks, credit card companies and shippers have recently implemented policies that will unnecessarily, and unjustly, restrict the Constitutionally recognized Second Amendment rights of gun owners.

The History Of Winchester’s New Haven Factory

Winchester's New Haven facility closed in March 2006, thus ending a century-and-a-half tradition of military and sporting rifles being made in that city. The contributions of the Winchester factory to the security of this country and the pleasure that its products have given generations of sportsmen must be remembered.

Page 1 of 29

Interests



Get the best of American Rifleman delivered to your inbox.