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Editor’s Choice: Winchester Repeating Arms Super X4

Winchester Repeating Arms has given southpaw wingshooters reason to rejoice, as, for the first time ever, the company is now producing left-ejecting versions of its 12-ga. Super X4 semi-automatic shotgun.

Editor’s Choice: Silencer Central Banish 46

For for 2022, Silencer Central is stepping up into the realm of the big bores with its Banish 46.

Editor’s Choice: Kimber America Micro 9

New for 2022 from Kimber are four more Micro 9 options, including the ESV Two Tone (MC)(TP), a model that ships from Kimber with a mini compensator installed to its 5/8x24" TPI threaded muzzle, significantly reducing the lightweight subcompact pistol’s felt recoil and muzzle rise.

Editor’s Choice: Henry Repeating Arms Long Ranger

Henry Repeating Arms added a new, more compact and weather-resistant variant to the Long Ranger series—the Long Ranger Express—that boasts a number of upgraded features.

Editor's Choice: Federal Premium Force X2 Shorty Shotshell

Federal Premium has created a potent new high-capacity 12-ga. defensive option with its Force X2 Shorty load—merging two existing products by introducing the company’s wound-channel-multiplying FX2 buckshot to its lineup of 1¾" Shorty shells.

Proof Of Concept: S&W’s M&P12 Bullpup

Boasting an abundance of firepower in a package shorter than your typical defensive carbine, Smith & Wesson’s new M&P12 proves that the tactical 12-ga. pump-action is an ideal platform for a bullpup.

Review: Ruger's Marlin Model 1895 SBL

Ruger is inaugurating its stewardship of the storied Marlin brand with the re-launch of the flashy but functional Model 1895 SBL. What’s changed, what’s stayed the same and how do they shoot?

2021 Handgun Of The Year: Ruger-57

American Rifleman is pleased to announce the 2021 Handgun of the Year Award goes to Sturm, Ruger & Co. for its Ruger-57.

Review: Ruger’s Southpaw 10/22 Competition

Introduced in 1964, Ruger’s 10/22 has sold in the millions to become the most popular semi-automatic rimfire rifle of all time. Like most guns of its kind, though, it has always been a right-hander-only proposition—until now.

Navigating The Optics-Ready Market

A micro red-dot mounted atop a handgun can be a very useful little tool, but not all optics and optics-ready pistols play well together, creating a potentially confusing situation for prospective buyers. With this resource, we attempt to clear the air.

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