We Are Not Terrorists
San Francisco Board Of Supervisors Demolishes First Amendment To Attack The Second
Federal Wins $41 Million Navy Contract
The ammunition manufacturer has been awarded a significant and indefinite contract for Navy and Marine Corps units.
Remington Dream .45 on Display
The year was 1917, and in Ilion, N.Y., there was rejoicing. A detailed arms trial was planned for a new pistol that John D. Pedersen had designed for Remington—a semi-automatic .45 that Remington hoped might be considered as a replacement for the issued Colt Model 1911.
Federal Premium Wins Navy Contract
The five-year deal to supply ammunition for U.S. Naval Surface Warfare is worth $20 million.
Legends | Medals of Honor
A historic Colt Navy revolver used by Medal of Honor recipient Byron M. Cutcheon.
American Warrior | Brothers At War: The Sullivans And Nilands
Five Sullivans and four Nilands—“must” reading, and not only on Veterans Day.
NRA Carry Guard Interview—Eric Frohardt
NRA Carry Guard’s Training Director Eric Frohardt talks to American Warrior.
If You Liked American Sniper, You’ll Love The Killing School
Frank Miniter interviews Navy SEAL Brandon Webb on his hot new book, The Killing School.
This Remington 700 was used by actor Bradley Cooper to portray U.S. Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle.
The Armed Citizen® | Veterans On Guard, Pt. II
5 stories of veterans exercising the right to armed self-defense.