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Springfield Armory's first-ever AR, called the SAINT, is a direct-impingement AR with upper andSpringfield Armory AR SAINT

Springfield Armory AR SAINT

Springfield Armory's first-ever AR, called the SAINT, is a direct-impingement AR with upper

Steve Gash

In January 1959, Remington introduced a revolutionary new concept in firearms—a .22 rimfire autoloading rifle with a one-piece, integral stock and receiver made of DuPont structural Zytel nylon.Remington Timeline: 1959 - Nylon 66 Autoloading Rifle

Remington Timeline: 1959 - Nylon 66 Autoloading Rifle

In January 1959, Remington introduced a revolutionary new concept in firearms—a .22 rimfire

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In the modern comforts of today's world, it can be hard to imagine what life was like in daysReliving the Past with Pedersoli Flintlocks

Reliving the Past with Pedersoli Flintlocks

In the modern comforts of today's world, it can be hard to imagine what life was like in days

Evan Brune

 This vintage rimfire rifle has been described by firearms historians as looking like Vintage Rimfire: Savage Model 1903

Vintage Rimfire: Savage Model 1903

This vintage rimfire rifle has been described by firearms historians as looking like

Joel J Hutchcroft

The Ruger 10/22 is one of the finest rimfire rifles ever conceived, and millions have been sold.The Ruger 10/22: Then & Now

The Ruger 10/22: Then & Now

The Ruger 10/22 is one of the finest rimfire rifles ever conceived, and millions have been

Bart Skelton

 Franklin Armory created the first AR-style rifle to fire the speedy .17 WSM rimfire round. TheFranklin Armory F17 AR in .17 WSM

Franklin Armory F17 AR in .17 WSM

Franklin Armory created the first AR-style rifle to fire the speedy .17 WSM rimfire round. The

Layne Simpson

 Bill Ruger towers over Mikhail Kalashnikov, the inventor of the AK-47, in this undatedHistory of the Ruger Mini-14

History of the Ruger Mini-14

Bill Ruger towers over Mikhail Kalashnikov, the inventor of the AK-47, in this undated

Vincent Buckles


Patriot Ordnance Factory (POF USA) is best known for its outstanding piston-driven AR-typePOF USA Goes 'Olde School'

POF USA Goes 'Olde School'

Patriot Ordnance Factory (POF USA) is best known for its outstanding piston-driven AR-type

Joseph von Benedikt

Ever since Dirty Harry, the .44 Magnum cartridge has captured the imaginations of millions. At theHenry Big Boy .44 Magnum Review

Henry Big Boy .44 Magnum Review

Ever since Dirty Harry, the .44 Magnum cartridge has captured the imaginations of millions. At

Jim Grant

When Ruger announced about five years ago that it was making an AR-style rifle, the gun world wentRuger AR-556 Review

Ruger AR-556 Review

When Ruger announced about five years ago that it was making an AR-style rifle, the gun world

Joel J Hutchcroft

Stevens firearms have been going strong for 150 years. Joshua Stevens and two backers, James TaylorStevens Model 555 Shotgun Review

Stevens Model 555 Shotgun Review

Stevens firearms have been going strong for 150 years. Joshua Stevens and two backers, James

Steve Gash

I like the Rock Island .22 TCM rifle. It's comfortable to shoot, accurate enough for its intended purposes, and with an RIA 17-round magazine offers plenty of firepower. I'd like to see RIA bring out a version with a lighter-weight barrel and a slimmer stock.Rock Island .22 TCM Rifle Review

Rock Island .22 TCM Rifle Review

I like the Rock Island .22 TCM rifle. It's comfortable to shoot, accurate enough for its

Joel J Hutchcroft

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