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Winchester Rifle Found Where It Was Left—130 Years Ago

A Winchester Model 1873 found in Nevada's Great Basin National Park appears to have been left in the elements for well over a century.

The Lever Alternative

The time-honored lever-action rifle, long the star of many a Hollywood cowboy movie, isn't just a relic. There's a valid defensive role for this rifle even today.

Skills Check: Lever-Action Demi-Presidente Drill

Running a lever-action rifle quickly and efficiently will help develop skills needed with other platforms.

Range Review: Henry .45-70 Lever Action

Henry Repeating Arms' .45-70 now joins three other side-gate rifles in .38-55, .30-30 and .35 Remington calibers.

Henry Repeating Arms Roger Maris Tribute Rifle

Henry will sell a limited-edition of 50 specially engraved and serial numbered rifles to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Roger Maris' record-breaking season.

Mossberg 464 SPX

The lever-action carbine has been a stalwart for personal protection for more than a century, with cowboys, cops and hunters all relying upon its handiness and reliability.

Forgotten 1873 Winchester Receiving TLC at Wyoming Firearms Museum

The Winchester Model 1873 lever-action rifle stumbled upon by archaeologists at a national park in Nevada last November is currently on display in the Cody Firearms Museum at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, WY.

Field Review: Marlin 1894 CST .357 Magnum Lever-Action Rifle

Not all guns have to be practical, and not all practical guns have to be tactical. Matthew Allen makes the case for a solid lever-gun as your go-to.

Are Lever-Actions a Good Choice for Home Defense?

While lever-action shotguns are pretty rare, they are nonetheless worth investigating as a home-defense tool.

An Alternative

I want to begin by avoiding the furor and clearly stating that I have absolutely nothing against the ARs, AKs or any other military-type rifle.

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