From the American Rifleman archives, read about why the U.S. employed a magazine cut-off feature on M1903 service rifles.
An American Rifleman reader requests information about the difference between clips and magazines.
Steel bodied and treated for military use, the Accurate-Mag AICS-pattern .308 Win. DSSF magazine is available directly from the U.S. maker and with options for maximum cartridge overall length.
Do you have a hungry Hellcat? Check out this latest enhancement for Springfield Armory’s micro-compact pistol.
Chip McCormick, one of the firearm industry's leading innovators and a top competitor, passed away in early June 2021.
Springfield Armory's 15-round Hellcat magazines increase the capacity of the company's popular micro-compact pistol.
Sentry Products enhanced the strength of today's AR-15 magazines by incorporating carbon-fiber into the construction of Hexmag's original design.
KelTec offers a new unusual handgun for the 5.7x28 mm FN market with the P50 pistol, which feed from FN PS90 magazines and folds open to reload.
Sometimes there are some technical phrases that can be confusing to new shooters. One such term is the "magazine disconnect," a safety feature found on some firearms.
The British used Galilean optical sights during World War I to even the odds against German snipers, but how well did they work? A group of modern collectors, historians and snipers decided to find out for themselves.