Reaper Chassis Rifle

First Look: Fierce Firearms Reaper Rifle

The Reaper is designed as a crossover rifle, specifically designed for the serious mountain hunter, and the long-range precision shooter.

GunBroker.com's Top Selling Firearms of 2021

Ever wondered which firearms are the hottest tickets on the market? Here's a look at the top-selling new rifles, shotguns and handguns on GunBroker.com in 2021.

Fire Amid Ice

A new muzzleloading fire-control system from Traditions Firearms and Federal Premium creates its own sort of afterglow amid deer season on an icy Oklahoma landscape.

Henry Repeating Arms Expands Wisconsin Manufacturing Capacity Due to High Demand

Henry Repeating Arms is expanding its operations with a new 84,000-square-foot building on 13.5 acres in Ladysmith, Wis., to accommodate high demand for its growing product lineup.

Smith & Wesson Relocating Headquarters to Tennessee

Smith & Wesson is relocating its headquarters and a significant portion of its operations to Tennessee due to changing business climate for firearms manufacturing in Massachusetts.

Firearm Industry Surpasses $14 Billion in Pittman-Robertson Excise Tax Contributions

Firearm and ammunition manufacturers have topped $14.1 billion in contributions to the Wildlife Restoration Trust Fund since its 1937 inception.

NRA Announces New Dates for 150th Annual Meetings & Exhibits

The National Rifle Association is pleased to announce its 150th Annual Meeting & Exhibits to be held in Houston Sept. 3 through 5, 2021.

GunBroker.com Announces Top-Selling Firearms for March 2021

Ever wondered which firearms are the hottest tickets on the market? GunBroker.com routinely lifts the veil on that mystery by publishing its top sellers on a month-to-month basis, among both used and new firearms.

Gun Buyers: Visit Sportsman’s Legacy, Where Classic Hunting Rifles and More Await Purchase Now

A purveyor of sporting collectibles is great to shop amid a run on arms in a pandemic.

Virginia: NRA Sues Fairfax County for Unconstitutional Ban on Firearms in Parks

The National Rifle Association (NRA) teamed with three Virginia residents and filed a lawsuit on Friday, Jan. 29, against Fairfax County for its unconstitutional ban on firearm possession in parks and in areas adjacent to certain events.

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