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Favorite Firearms: A French Shotgun Brought Home

For one NRA member in Virginia, a French-made shotgun, the Robust No. 32 is a treasured firearm that was a acquired in Germany during World War II.

Firearm Industry Growing At Record Pace

The industry continues to grow in 2021, with Smith & Wesson net sales for the fiscal year breaking the $1 billion mark.

Arms of Independence: The Guns Of The American Revolution

On July 4, Americans celebrate the remarkable circumstances surrounding our independence. Without small arms, that independence wouldn't have been possible.

ARTV: The Men and Guns of D-Day

Watch this segment of American Rifleman Television to learn more about the men of D-Day and the firearms they used during "The Great Crusade."

McMillan Stocks Founder Kelly McMillan Passes Away

Kelly McMillan, founder of McMillan Stocks and a giant in the shooting-sports industry, passed away on June 1, 2021.

News Brief: EMF Celebrates 65th Anniversary

Early and Modern Firearms, a manufacturer of replica Western and Civil War era firearms, is celebrating its 65th anniversary in business.

CZG Completes Colt Acquisition

The Czechoslovakian based CZ Group has finalized its aquisition of Colt, and is now in the process of beginning the merger.

Favorite Firearms: A Remington 870 As A Door Prize

A new-car showing in Peoria, Ill., gave one family a brand-new Remington 870 Wingmaster they cherished for decades.

Review: SAR USA Model 2000

SAR USA is now importing a clone of the CZ-75 see-automatic handgun design made by Sarsilmaz Firearms Corp., the Model 2000 chambered in 9 mm.

Where Are All The Guns?

With the continuing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and other factors that have played into the past year's firearm shortage, what are manufacturer doing to meet the current demand? Frank Melloni reached out to four manufacturers to find out more.

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