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The Keefe Report: Celebrating A Century Of Federal

Federal Premium celebrated its 100th anniversary on June 18th by shutting down operations for the first time ever, giving family members of workers a chance to see the factory for themselves.

Weatherby's Vanguard: The Company's Most Popular Bolt Action

Decades after Roy Weatherby put his time, money and life’s work into making rifles and cartridges, the Weatherby Vanguard, formerly a bit player in the Weatherby saga, has risen to become the firm’s most popular rifle—and with good reason.

The Keefe Report: True Velocity's Leap

NRA Publications Editorial Director Mark Keefe spent time on the range with True Velocity's polymer-cased .308 Win. ammunition and learned a bit more about the capabilities of this new commercial offering.

The Keefe Report: On The Range With An American Hero

NRA Publications Editorial Director Mark Keefe had a chance to sit down with Sgt. Omar "Crispy" Avila during SHOT Show 2022's Industry Day at the Range.

A Montana Goes To Africa: Hunting With Kimber's 84M

An African safari, in a place aptly named Eden, won a traditionalist rifleman over to synthetic and stainless rifles.

2021 Ammunition Product Of The Year: Federal Premium Terminal Ascent

American Rifleman is pleased to announce the 2021 Ammunition Product Of The Year goes to Federal Premium.

The Keefe Report: Remembering The Heroes Of 9/11

Twenty years after the Sept. 11 attacks, NRA Publications Editorial Director Mark Keefe reflects on those who've been lost and have sacrificed in the global war on terror.

Trust But Verify: Function-Checking Your Guns

Even in the age of modern manufacturing, users have a lot to benefit in terms of safety and general familiarity by going over their firearms with a function check.

NRA Publications Editorial Director John Zent Retires

After nearly 39 years at the National Rifle Association, Editorial Director John Zent retired in April 2021.

'From The Ordnance Department': The NRA Model of 1911

"Life members of the National Rifle Association and individual members of its affiliated rifle clubs may purchase from the Ordnance Department the new Army Model .45 Colt Automatic Pistol."

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