“Trench Guns” Of World War I

America’s Prototype 'Trench Guns' Of World War I

Arms of all sorts were in high demand at the onset of the Great War, including a new type of close-quarters combat firearm: the repeating shotgun. Though several designs were explored, only a few made it into the trenches before the Armistice was signed.

Preview: Hogue Knives Deka Manual Folder

Hogue, Inc. expanded its lineup of American-made knives with the Deka Manual Folder.

New For 2022: Springfield Armory Emissary 4.25"

Springfield Armory rolled out a compact, carry-ready variant of its upgraded Emissary 1911 lineup in 2022.

Preview: SIG Sauer P210 Carry

SIG Sauer has expanded its American-made P210 lineup with a carry-friendly model that retains key elements of the original design while offering additional features suited for personal defense and daily carry.

Remington's Pump Rifles: Models 760 & 7600

Remington’s pump-action, centerfire rifles are best known as hunters’ guns. For generations, they’ve been carried in the woods and on the plains under all sorts of conditions—and their reliability is legendary.

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.

Rifleman Q&A: Springfield M1903 And M1903A1 Stocks

A reader inquires about stock configurations for M1903 and M1903A1 Springfield bolt-action rifles.

New For 2022: Walther Arms PDP F-Series

Walther Arms introduced its PDP F-Series as the first handgun "specifically designed for a woman's hand." The new series introduces two 9 mm Luger-chambered handguns built for self-defense, law-enforcement use, target shooting and competition.

Ruger Issues SR22 Safety Bulletin

Ruger is advising owners of its SR22 pistols that a small number of the guns may have shipped with their right and left frame inserts improperly secured together.

Rifleman Report: The World’s Oldest And Largest Firearm Authority

English poet William Cowper is credited with the phrase “Variety is the spice of life, that gives it all its flavor.” That is certainly the case for firearm enthusiasts, who purchase new guns for a wide range of reasons, including hunting, competition, plinking, self-defense and collecting.

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