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11 New Ammo Options For 2023

As the ammunition market is returning to normal, many manufacturers are seeing this as a cue to introduce new loads of America's favorite cartridges as well a few new cartridges altogether.

Remington Recalls Premier AccuTip Slug Ammunition

Remington Ammunition has determined that some boxes of Remington Premier AccuTip Slugs may contain shells loaded with an incorrect propellant. Owners of the ammunition should not use them until they check to determine those they have on hand are not part of the limited number included in this safety recall.

New For 2023: Remington 360 Buckhammer

Remington presents the hunting community with an exciting and all-new option, 360 Buckhammer, for those seeking the utmost in terminal performance out of a centerfire rifle cartridge with design qualities that benefit the lever-action rifle user.

The Rifleman Report: A Uniquely American Way Of Life

Various banks, credit card companies and shippers have recently implemented policies that will unnecessarily, and unjustly, restrict the Constitutionally recognized Second Amendment rights of gun owners.

Remington Core-Lokt Tipped Rifle Ammunition

Big Green’s longtime-favorite hunting bullet now has a polymer tip—and a new generation of hunters everywhere is set to reap the benefits.

American Rifleman 2023 Golden Bullseye Award Winners

American Rifleman announced its list of 2023 Golden Bullseye award winners, highlighting remarkable firearms and accessories introduced in 2022.

I Have This Old Gun: Remington Model 51

One of only three semi-automatic pistol models ever manufactured by Remington, the Model 51 was first offered to the public in September 1919 in .380 Remington Autoloading Cartridge.

The First 50 Years Of Ruger's 'Flat Top' .44 Mag. Revolver

Introduced in 1956, Sturm, Ruger & Co., brought to life the .44 Rem. Mag through its storied “Flat Top” revolver, the Blackhawk. Read along as Field Editor Wiley Clapp chronicles 50 years of the Blackhawk along with field testing of special 50th anniversary edition of the New Model Blackhawk.

Cartridge Comparison: Old Rounds & Their Modern Counterparts

While some century-old rifle cartridges are still used and popular today, there are modern counterparts that match or best them. Here is a comparisons between five cartridges that are more than 100 years old and their modern counterparts.

The Remington Model 700 Story

Spurred by a surplus of tooling and supply of World War I-era M1917 production, Remington made its own commercial sporting rifle from the design, which eventually matured into the Model 700. Today, it's still one of the most used bolt-action rifles in America.

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