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Tested: RTS Tactical Bulletproof Memory Foam Pillow

RTS Tactical launched its Bulletproof Memory Foam Pillow, and it just begged for some real-world ballistic testing, so American Rifleman editors headed down to the range to see what it could take.

Book Review: Gun Barons | The Weapons That Transformed America And The Men Who Invented Them

Gun Barons, despite what appears on the cover, is less about the guns themselves and more about the men and machinations that led to their being, as well as their use in battle.

Reviving An Enfield: RTI’s Imported No. 1, Mk III

In recent years RTI has gained interest for its haul of old surplus rifles from Ethiopia. Among these aging arms are some of the most under-appreciated manufactures of the British Short, Magazine Lee-Enfield, being the No.1, Mk III* rifles produced by Ishapore in India.

New For 2022: Taurus G3 Tactical

Taurus expanded its G3 line of semi-automatic handguns with a full-size, fully equipped variant in the form of its G3 Tactical.

Editor’s Choice: Savage Arms Renegauge Security

The Renegauge Security pairs the D.R.I.V. system with a host of other design elements to create a reliable, capable home-defense shotgun.

Editor’s Choice: Magpul Hunter American Stock

Magpul's new Hunter American Stock is sure to interest owners of Ruger’s American Ranch and Predator rifles. The stock provides a cast-aluminum bedding block and steel recoil lugs set inside an ergonomic polymer chassis designed to accommodate short actions barreled up to a medium Palma contour.

Editor’s Choice: Legacy Sports Int’l Howa Super Lite

Legacy Sports Int'l. brings its Howa Super Lite rifle to market for hunters across America who yearn to take the weight off their shoulders. This featherweight hunting gun offers a scant 4-lb., 7-oz., platform that’s designed for field use.

Editor’s Choice: Kel-Tec P15

KelTec calls its new P15 pistol the “lightest, thinnest handgun” of its kind on the market. The company marks 30 years in business in 2022 with the P15 as its first striker-fired handgun.

Editor’s Choice: Bushmaster Firearms BA30

Bushmaster Firearms' BA30, despite looking similar to a .308 AR semi-automatic rifle, is actually a straight-pull design with a few enhancements that make it a fast-shooting, versatile platform that’s legal to own in all 50 states.

New For 2022: Springfield Armory Hellcat Pro

Springfield Armory built on its Hellcat lineup with the larger Hellcat Pro in 2022, providing more defensive capability in a more controllable package.

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