From Ruger single actions and the latest big bore .44, to European-styled No.1 rifles, here's a few new dandies from the Ruger stable.
With company's first foray into the full-sized striker-fired pistol market, Beretta is shooting at more than the consumer market. The gun maker looks to score a bull's eye as the U.S. Army's sidearm.
After around 100 years of service with the Canadian Military, the Lee-Enfield is being sidelined. However, the venerable and battle-tested rifle looks being replaced with another bolt-action.
Carl Zeiss Sports Optics recently named Gun Digest author Joseph Von Benedikt the 2014 Carl Zeiss Outdoor Writer of the year.
From easy handling, far-shooting bolt-guns for hunters, to the latest AR-style tactical guns, manufacturers didn't disappoint with these 16 new 2015 rifles introduced at this year's SHOT Show.
The SIG MCX offers shooters perhaps one of the most flexible platforms available, with the ability to change caliber and configuration on the fly.
With cutting-edged lines and plenty of capacity, the CZ Scorpion EVO 3 S1 has captured the imagination of some corners of the firearms world. But the futuristic pistol has a long an interesting history dating back the the height of the Cold War.
Gun proofing is simply a stress test to make sure a firearm is set to withstand the high pressure it will be call upon to handle. Check out how they did it more than 60-years ago in England.
There is no doubt the firearms market has been red hot the past couple years, especially for AR-style rifles. So what does the future hold for these popular firearms?