Henry Recalls Select Lever-Action Rifles
Henry Repeating Arms recently discovered a safety issue affecting certain lever-action rifles chambered in .45-70 Gov’t that were manufactured between Dec. 14, 2022, and Jan. 11, 2023.
Davide Pedersoli: Fine Historical & Sporting Arms
Davide Pedersoli launched the business bearing his name in Italy, at first specializing in the production of over-under and side-by-side shotguns for hunting. Word of the quality coming out of his factory quickly spread, though, and today the firm produces classic American firearms alongside other fine sporting guns.
Rossi's Model R92: A Popular Brazilian-Made Lever-Action
The Rossi USA R92 line—based on the Winchester Model 1892—continues that tradition with versions that satisfy everyone from traditionalists who insist on the warmth of wood, to gun owners who demand modern touches.
Ruger Re-Energizing Marlin Enthusiasts
Honoring the legacy of a 152-year-old legendary gunmaker is no easy task, but Ruger’s remains squarely focused on that mission while it resurrects a brand that languished under Remington Outdoor management.
NRA Gun Of The Week: Henry Long Ranger Express
Watch this Gun of the Week video preview to learn all about the Henry Long Ranger Express, the latest iteration in a lever-action rifle lineup built for strength, accuracy and ease of use.
Rifleman Review: Winchester Model 1895
Watch this American Rifleman Television segment of "Rifleman Review" from 2020 to learn more about the Winchester Model 1895 lever-action rifle in .405 Win.
Marlin Reborn: Ruger Resurrects A Legend
Two industry heavyweights are now under the same management, in fact, under the same roof. If the track records of both hold true, the collaboration will be a success. But those responsible for the new Marlins are taking nothing for granted.
Henry Repeating Arms Celebrates 25 Years
From modest beginnings to one of the country’s largest long-gun manufacturers, Henry Repeating Arms is officially celebrating its landmark 25th year in business this year
Marlin Firearms: Back In The Saddle
Marlin Firearms founder John Marlin liked the 1890 Frederic Sackrider Remington painting so much that he asked Remington to produce a copy focusing on the cowboy, and that painting, “Danger Ahead”—shown here—appeared on Marlin’s 1900 catalog cover.
Big Horn Armory Announces Expansion
Big Horn Armory is hiring more employees, obtaining a new and larger building, purchasing additional machinery and doubling suppliers.