Ruger's American Rifle line has proven popular over its short lifespan. And it has continued to grow with the manufacturer adding what amounts to 11 new rifles to the family of bolt-actions.
It seems New England is no different than anywhere else in the country, at least for one retailer. Rimfire guns and ammo just keep flying off the shelves.
Stag Arms has become the latest company to embrace pistol-caliber carbines, introducing two new lines of 9mm rifles that have been tailor made to perform for the round.
Over-Under shotguns typically can cost a pretty penny to get into. But Stevens' new 555 aims to give shooters an economical option that doesn't scrimp on the features.
One of the most timeless handguns produced has found a dedicated audience in Missouri, with Remington's version of the 1911 flying off the shelves of one gun store.
Wouldn't it be great not only to be able to fold an AR's stock, but also fire it after doing so? Well, Law Tactical is giving shooters this ability with the next generation of its innovative folding stock adapter.
BlackBore has a new take on wad-eliminating chokes. The system's portage strips away the shotgun wad with sharp edges, helping to develop tighter patterns on a more consistent basis.
The successful Ruger Scout Rifle — originally chambered in the heavier-hitting .308 cartridge — will now be offered in 5.56 NATO, making it both a practical scout-style rifle for tactical use and a sweet varmint hunting rig.
When it comes to AR-style rifles, there is one for every price range. But few give shooters as much bang for the buck as Colt's 6920.