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Saturday, November 27, 2021

Firearms

The Guns of Thanksgiving | The American Rifleman

When we think of Thanksgiving now, we frequently think of settings like NC. Wyeth's, Jennie Brownscombe's, or Norman Rockwell's illustrations. Puritan Pilgrims in black, wearing high-topped buckle caps and holding blunderbusses, greet a small group of invited Native American guests....

Why You Should Shoot Your Collectable Firearms | The American Rifleman

Younger people will not remember a time before replica firearms and commemorative models were common. The 1960s saw an increase in demand for replica firearms with the 100 year anniversary of the Civil War. Today, many people own prized...

Remington to Relocate Headquarters to Georgia | America’s 1st Freedom

Remington Firearms has elected to move their base of operations from Ilion, NY to LaGrange, GA where there are plans in place for a new factory and research center. Remington plans to invest $100 million and create 850 jobs...

Rangemaster Shotgun Training With The Benelli M4 | The American Rifleman

Shotguns can pack quite the punch but have a limited effective range. They are a popular choice for home defense. The Benelli M4 is the civilian version of the M1014 semi-automatic shotgun which was adopted by the Marine Corps...

How To Mount A Precision Riflescope | American Rifleman

During Frank Melloni’s time as an NRA instructor he has found that most people do not understand how to properly affix a scope to their firearm. They fail to realize the error in their ways until they struggle to...

Tavor X95: The Updated Israeli Bullpup | The American Rifleman

Israeli Weapons Industries (IWI) first attempt selling a bullpup rifle in American markets, the SAR carbine, was met with positive feedback but IWI didn’t stop there. They went back to the lab and came out with the Tavor X95...

Why U.S. Gunmakers Could Soon Face New Competition | The Motley Fool

Czech gunmaker, CZG’s recent acquisition of Colt Firearms puts CZG in a prime position to compete for military and law enforcement contracts in the US. Even though the company will still be of foreign origin their ownership of Colt...

Rifleman Review: Springfield Armory M1A Loaded | The American Rifleman

Springfield Armory based in Geneseo, Illinois offers a “loaded” version of its steadfast M1A chambered to shoot 6.5mm Creedmoor rounds rather than the usual 7.62x51mm NATO it fires. The M1A is a popular gas-operated, semi-automatic rifle platform, a majority...

The 1886/93 Lebel: France’s Great War Masterpiece | American Rifleman

There exists a faction of critics who doubt the efficacy of the French Fusil Modéle 1886/93, or “Lebel”, during the Great War. They like to point at the Lebel’s outdated features and maintain it was no longer the state...

Review: Kel-Tec’s Radical P50 | The American Rifleman

George Kellgren is the famed Swedish born designer of weapons like the TEC-9 and Kel-Tec KSG. He earned the American Rifleman’s Golden Bullseye Pioneer Award in 2019 for his long history of innovative and effective designs. More recently Kel-Tec...

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Danish Navy Frigate Kills 4 Pirates in Gulf of Guinea Anti-Piracy Mission | United States Naval Institute

The Esbern Snare responded to reports of a speedboat with ladders on board poised to attack cargo ships. Off the...

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