Colt Police Positive Target (Second Issue)

I Have This Old Gun: Colt Police Positive Target (Second Issue)

In an effort to outdo Smith & Wesson’s fast-loading, top-break revolvers, Colt brought a solid-frame, swing-out-cylinder revolver to the market in 1889. Its initial models were large-frame handguns in .38 and .41 calibers designed for military use.

Smith & Wesson’s CSX: A Hammer-Fired Micro In Metal

Virtually in a category by itself, Smith & Wesson’s new micro-compact CSX pistol re-defines what is possible when traditional ideas are pushed to the cutting edge.

Springfield Hellion: A Bullpup Contender Comes Stateside

Despite its fiendish name, the Springfield Armory Hellion exhibits friendly performance and has features sure to find favor with both right- and left-handed shooters who appreciate the bullpup design’s compact form factor.

2022 Tactical Product Of The Year: Kel-Tec P50

American Rifleman is pleased to announce the 2022 Tactical Product Of The Year goes to Kel-Tec.

This Old Gun: Finnish-Capture SVT-40

More than 1.5 million SVT-40s were manufactured between 1940 and 1945, making it second only to the M1 Garand as World War II’s most-prolifically produced semi-automatic service rifle. Following the war, it was quickly replaced in Soviet service by the SKS and AK-47.

10 More Little-Known Facts About Mausers

Here are ten more little known facts about Mauser, its rifles, along with its other products and random facts related to the company.

Choosing The Right Suppressor To Buy

When it comes to selecting which suppressor to purchase, there are some important factors to consider and weigh. Here are five tips for choosing the right suppressor to buy.

This Old Gun: Winchester Model 67

Winchester was one of the first manufacturers to jump into the low-cost bolt-action .22 market with its John Browning-designed Model 1900, a design that would carry on for subsequent generations of Winchester single-shot .22 rifles, including one of the most prolific, the Model 67.

5 Reasons Why You Need A Suppressor

Often shrouded in misunderstanding and seen as a specialized item regulated through the NFA, suppressors offer a wide range of benefits to those who own them. Follow Jeremiah Knupp and he explains five reasons why you need a suppressor.

Blackpowder Basics: How To Shoot An Old-School Muzzleloading Rifle

Muzzleloading rifles and muskets using blackpowder are a fun and intriguing throw back to the earlier days of firearm technology, but also have a more involved process than simply loading a cartridge.

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