Editor’s Choice: Mossberg Patriot LR Tactical

Editor’s Choice: Mossberg Patriot LR Tactical

Mossberg's Patriot rifle line came onto the scene in 2015, and since then, the affordable bolt guns have been offered in a range of different guises.

I Have This Old Gun: M1895 Nagant Revolver

In the 1890s, Imperial Russia embarked on an effort to modernize its military, adopting the M1891 Mosin-Nagant rifle and, later, the M1895 Nagant revolver. Unlike many other service revolvers of the time, the Nagant had a unique mechanism designed to get the most out of its cartridge.

Unofficial Enfields: The Gibbs Rifle Company Guns

Alongside the many variations of official Lee-Enfield service rifles, in the United States, there exist a number of unique "unnofficial Enfields" that have been created by stateside importers.

I Have This Old Gun: Pattern 1851 Minié Rifle

Until the 1850s, the British military still used a large-caliber, smoothbore musket as its main infantry arm. That all changed with the introduction of the Pattern 1851 Minié Rifle.

Rifleman Review: Smith & Wesson M&P Shield Plus OR In 30 Super Carry

Smith & Wesson expanded its lineup of M&P Shield Plus handguns to include a model in Federal Ammunition's 30 Super Carry cartridge, which enhances magazine capacity even more.

Editor’s Choice: Henry Homesteader

Henry is departing from its usual lineup of lever-action rifles and single-shot shotguns in 2023, announcing instead the company’s first-ever pistol-caliber carbine.

A. Francotte: Twilight Years Of A Fine Gunmaker

For nearly two centuries, the firm of Auguste Francotte of Liege, Belgium, was in action as one of the finest gunmakers on the planet. Even into the late 1990s, the company was at work creating bespoke sporting arms the same way they did in 1805.

FN Reflex: A Micro-Compact For The Masses

For decades, FN America’s firearms have catered to the premium tier of gun owners. Now the company is appealing to the wider firearm market with a well-developed CCW gun that is reasonably priced.

I Have This Old Gun: Jacob's Double Rifle

In the annals of military arms, one of the more unique firearms considered for use is the Jacob double rifle, produced in Great Britain by Swinburn & Sons.

Editor’s Choice: EAA Witness2311

European American Armory joins a host of manufacturers offering double-stack, M1911-style handguns this year. What’s more, unlike many other companies, EAA Corp.

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