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Rifleman Q&A: Ruger Mark II Cartridge Conversion

I own a Ruger Mark II semi-auto with a 51⁄2" bull barrel. I would like to convert it to the new .17 Mach 2 caliber. I have looked for gunsmiths on the internet, but have had very little luck. Can you help?

Preview: TandemKross Game Changer PRO Squared

TandemKross recently introduced a revamped version of its Game Changer PRO—the Game Changer PRO Squared—a stainless-steel rimfire pistol compensator with a more angular, less rounded appearance than its predecessor.

New for 2021: FN 502 .22 LR Pistol

FN America offers the industry's first slide-mounted optics-ready .22 LR pistol in the form of its FN 502.

Taurus Rides The Red-Dot Wave: The TX22 Competition & G3 T.O.R.O.

In 2019, Taurus Int’l made the business decision to set aside the company’s more unusual and exotic offerings. Instead, the team focused its efforts on improving product quality and manufacturing consistency while continuing to offer reliable handgun options that met its customers’ needs at affordable prices.

Review: Ruger LCP II Lite Rack

The popularity of small-caliber pocket pistols chambered in .25 ACP and .32 ACP has waned considerably in recent years due to an ever-growing selection of sub-compact models chambered for larger cartridges, including 9 mm Luger and .380 ACP—a transition that occurred, in part, due to the 2008 release of Ruger’s Lightweight Compact Pistol (LCP).

New For 2021: Browning Buck Mark Contour Gray URX 5.5”

Browning Arms continues to add to its Buck Mark series for 2021 with the Contour model. American Rifleman’s Brian Sheetz heads to the range with the camera crew to experience this latest Browning offering.

NRA Gun of the Week: Browning Buck Mark Plus Vision UFX Black

On this week’s “Gun of the Week,” the Browning Arms Buck Mark Plus Vision UFX Black is an enhanced version of the company’s tried-and-true semi-automatic pistol chambered for .22 Long Rifle.

Review: Kel-Tec P17

Recently we’ve seen several new rimfire pistols chambered for .22 Long Rifle arrive on the market, many of which are competing for enthusiasts’ attention at around the $300 price point.

Review: Glock 44

Until December 2019 the only options for a rimfire “Glock” were either a conversion unit that mates a rimfire slide and barrel assembly to a stock Glock center-fire frame or one of the .22 pistols on the market from other manufacturers with a vaguely similar profile.

High Standard: Gone But Not Forgotten

High Standard was a prominent company in the mid-20th century and had many great models, and those designs deserve to be remembered.

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