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ARTV: The Crossbreed Holsters Story

This week American Rifleman learns more about the story behind and products of CrossBreed Holsters in Republic, Mo.

Heckler & Koch: The Gray Room, Part II

We continue as American Rifleman’s Joe Kurtenbach tours the Gray Room at Heckler & Koch’s U.S. Headquarters in Ashburn, VA.

Editor’s Choice: SIG Sauer Cross

SIG SAUER has re-entered the bolt-action center-fire rifle category with its first bolt gun designed and built in the United States.

Editor’s Choice: Smith & Wesson M&P M2.0 C.O.R.E.

SMITH & WESSON is taking the next natural step in the evolution of its excellent M&P M2.0 pistol—it’s making them optics-ready.

Editor’s Choice: Springfield Armory Saint Edge EVAC

SPRINGFIELD ARMORY is continuing to push the boundaries of popular firearm categories this year.

Editor’s Choice: Mossberg 940 JM Pro

MOSSBERG has teamed with longtime professional shooter Jerry Miculek to improve its already impressive autoloading shotgun line, and develop a platform specifically tuned for speed, reliability and the challenges of action shooting competitions.

Editor’s Choice: Kimber EVO SP Select

Kimber continues to expand its line of EVO semi-automatic handguns, and one of the latest models for 2020 caught the eye of American Rifleman editors.

Editor’s Choice: Dan Wesson DWX Compact

Dan Wesson has introduced two intriguing all-metal pistols by leveraging its expertise in manufacturing 1911s and the company’s familial ties to CZ-USA.

Range Tested: Daniel Defense DDM4 PDW

Today’s self-protection firearms, whether rifles or pistols, emphasize light weight and compact dimensions, while still offering ample magazine capacity for full-power ammunition.

The 6.5 Creedmoor: Its Origins, Development & Future

American Rifleman TV headed to Grand Island, Neb. to chat with ballisticians at Hornady about the origins of the 6.5 Creedmoor.

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