Taking advantage of growing demand for a micro-compact, concealed-carry pistol, Kimber released its first-ever polymer-frame, striker-fired 9 mm handgun: the R7 Mako.
Smith & Wesson expanded its M&P line with the company's first shotgun, a bullpup-style design chambered for 12-ga. shotshells and featuring twin magazine tubes for added capacity.
CZ USA expanded its 457 rifle lineup with a precision-oriented model that's purpose-built for today's long-range rimfire competitions. The CZ 457 LRP is loaded with the features you need to excel at distance.
Ruger's 10/22 rifle has been one of the most popular rimfire guns on the market, but its design wasn't lefty-friendly until now. The Ruger 10/22 Competition Left-Hand model is built for southpaws.
PROOF Research teamed up with Modular Driven Technologies to develop a chassis rifle that's designed to excel in long-range competition.
Springfield Armory's new Emissary 1911 combines the features of today's cutting-edge defensive 1911 with some of the best custom features you can find in the handgun market.
European American Armory Corp. introduced a model of its MC312 semi-automatic shotgun designed specifically for goose hunting.
Rock Island Armory's first striker-fired pistol, the STK100, debuted in 2021. Unlike many striker-fired examples on the market, this pistol features an ergonomic, all-aluminum frame.
American Rifleman’s Mark Keefe met with Uberti USA’s Tom Leoni to check out the latest Smith & Wesson replica—the Hardin, a 2nd Model No. 3 top-break handgun chambered for .45 Colt.
Proof Research's new Tundra rifle takes the traditional Monte Carlo-style sporting rifle to the next level.