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Mastering the Handgun: A Tried-and-True Method

With the incredible number of firearms and accessories available, it can seem easy to buy your way to proficiency. However, Wiley Clapp says there's a tried-and-true method.

New Gun Owner Guide: Finding Firearm Training

Have a new gun and not sure where to get training? Here are a few options to explore for better familiarization with your firearm.

New Gun Owner Guide: Basics of Cleaning, Shooting & Storage

Now that you've bought your new firearm, what's next? Here are the basics of using, cleaning and storing your first gun.

New Gun Owner Guide: 3 Essential First Steps

So, you just bought you first gun. What now? Here are a few essential steps for you to take in your journey as a responsible gun owner.

The First Ruger

Its firearm production is now measured in the millions each year, but Ruger sold its first gun on Sept. 15, 1949. It was a .22 pistol, Number 3.

The First Gun Collector?

So, do you know who the first gun collector was? We know that a few of our founding fathers were gun aficionados and were quite the collectors by 18th century standards with Washington and Jefferson being well known for their interest in acquiring fine arms.

The Total Christmas Gift

Every Thursday we'll share an article from the American Rifleman archives. This editorial from December 1962 by then-Editor-in-Chief Walter Howe describes the responsibilities of parents that go along with presenting their child with a first firearm.

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