- 1914: Guns of August Pt. 2
- The Guns of August Pt. 1
- Going Big & Going Quiet, JD Jones
- NRA Natl Sporting Arms 'Top Guns'
- NRA Natl Sporting Arms Museum Tour
- Lost Brigade Project
- Melvin Forbes & His Rifles
- Crimson Trace Lasers on Longguns
- Crimson Trace Midnight 3-Gun Pt. 1
- NRA National Defense Match
- Leupold: Made in America
- The Guns of Market Garden
- Nosler Custom Rifles
- Crimson Trace Evolution
- Making Mossberg Rifles
- Sig Sauer Today
- Mirror Images: Stag Arms
- Federal Shotshell Production
- Making Dpms's
- Federal: Defensive Ammunition
- History of the Gun Pt. 4
- History of the Gun Pt. 3
- History of the Gun Pt. 2
- History of the Gun Pt. 1
- Shotgun Defense
- WWI - Bolt Actions
- A Veteran of D-Day
- Rogue Corps Warriors
- Making Ruger .22S
- Gunsite: Pocket Pistols
- Making the SIG P224
- Teddy Roosevelt's Guns, Part 2
- Teddy Roosevelt's Guns, Part 1
- Hornady .17 Hornet & .300 Whisper
- Making the Weatherby Mark V
- M16 50 Years Part 2
- M16 50 Years Part 1
- Gunsite: Single Action Revolver
- Sig Sauer Academy: Defensive 3Gun
Visiting the Sig Sauer Academy in New Hampshire; testing the Umarex UZI .22 Rimfire Carbine.
- Gunsite Handgun Hunting
We are getting tips and techniques on handgun hunting from Arizona's Gunsite Academy.
- Hornady Critical Duty
Checking out the new Critical Duty round.
- The Modern Technique
Learning the modern technique with a pistol.
- What is Gunsite?
The changing of the teaching curriculum.
- Boy Scouts and Shooting
Boy Scouts and shooting.
- John Garand's Legacy: The M14
Lewis Machine and Tool.
- Lewis Machine & Tool
Lewis Machine & Tool.
- Smith & Wesson M&P
A look at the Smith & Wesson M&P.
- Inside Armalite
- Smith & Wesson Governor
- Les Baer Custom
- Army Paratrooper Don Burgett Pt 2
- Army Paratrooper Don Burgett Pt 1
- John C. Garand Pt 2
The development of the M1 rifle.
- John C. Garand Part 1
- Springfield Armory Pt. 3
Reviewing the Springfield Range Officer M1911 and the Colt Model 1909.
- Springfield Armory Pt 2
- Springfield Armory, Part 1
- Springfield Custom Shop
- M1911 Commercial
- M1911 Combat
- M1911 Trails
- All Pro: Dave Butz
Shooting the Les Baer .308.
- Making the Gatling Gun
A look at how the gun is made in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
- Petersen Gallery Part 2
NRA National Firearms Museum.
- The Peterson gallery Part 1
Motor Trend, Guns & Ammo and Petersen.
- Taurus Judge Family
A .45 Colt revolver that can also shoot .410 bore shotshells.
- Taurus Made in the USA
Taurus' American manufacturing plant in Miami.
- Boy Scout Clays
The 7.62 Ohio Ordnance Model 230B SLR.
- Dr. Gatling's Gun Part 2
Shooting and showing you how it's made.
- Dr. Gatling's Gun Part 1
The first rapid-fire manual gun.
- Inside the CMP
Want and M1 Garand.
- Marine Sid Phillips
An interview then head to the range
- The Amateur Trap Association
Head to Sparta, Ill. for a look at ATA.
- The Grand American
Amateur shotgunning event from Sparta, Illinois.
- Winchester Rimfire
- ATA Thompson Match
Compete with a Thompson Submachine gun.
- Remington's History
We take a look at Remington Arms Co.
- Para USA
The company has moved to North Carolina.
- I Like Guns
Interview Steve Lee.
- National Combat History Archive
Real combat footage from 20th century.
- Movie Guns Part 2
More than 100 firearms and props.
- Movie Guns Part 1
More than 100 firearms and props from the movies.
- The History of Colt
The M16/AR-15, M1911-A1 and Single-action Army.
- Big Bore & Bolt Action
What to look for and why to use a big bore gun.
- Double Rifle School
The SAAM Double Rifle Safari School in Barksdale, Texas.
- Lure of the Double Rifle
The development and application of double rifles.
- Remington's Custom Shop
- Remington's M1911 R1
From Ilion, NY.
- Remington 870
Travel to Ilion, NY to see how they've made 10 million 870's so far.
The dominant name in tactical flashlights.
- Bill Jordan Speaks
- LL Bean - Shotgun School
From the Outdoor Discovery Shotgun School offered by L.L. Bean.
- LL Bean - Hunting Heritage
Exploring a hunting heritage.
- M4 Colt
Hitting the factory floor to view the making of the M4.
- Stag Arms
Chad Adams is headed to New Britain, Connecticut to visit the STAG Arms manufacturing plant.
- Charter Arms
Taking a look at the manufacturing process of a company in business since 1964.
- Top 10 Hunting Rifles, Part 2
- Top 10 Hunting Rifles, Part 1
The top 10 hunting rifles of all time.
- Hornady Innovation
Behind the scenes with a bullet maker turned innovator.
- Beretta M9 - 25 Years
The 25 year history and service of the 9x19 mm pistol; along with testing the 28 gauge shotgun and a look at some rifle history.
- FN Pistols
Checking out some FN pistols.
- Making the Model 70
Mike Humphries is headed to Columbia, S.C. to visit FN Manufacturing.
- Beretta M9 Pistol
A look at the manufacturing process of the Beretta M9 service pistol.
- Making the M240 & M249
A visit to FNH USA in Columbia, S.C.
- Making the M-16 A2
Visit to FNH USA in Columbia, S.C. to observe the assembly of the M-16 A2.
- NSSA Repeater Match
Visiting the North-South Skirmish Association's Henry Repeaters Match.
- HAVA, Part 2
Visiting the HAVA event in San Antonio.
- HAVA, Part 1
Chad Adams is in San Antonio to honor our wounded soldiers.
- Kentucky Longrifles
An in-depth look at the making of the Kentucky Longrifles.
- Handgun Hunting
An in-depth look at the Handgun Hunting training offered at Gunsite, Ariz.
- SIG Sauer: U.S. Made Firearms
Touring the facilities at SIG Sauer in Exeter, N.H.
- Top 10 Handguns, Part 2
Interviews and highlights of the top 5 handguns.
- Top 10 Handguns, Part 1
Interviews and highlights of the top ten handguns chosen by the NRA's American Rifleman Publications editors.
- Guns West, Part 1
Checking out the Guns West exhibit at the National Firearms Museum.
- Knob Creek, Part 2
Continuing to check out the fast and furious machine guns of Knob Creek.
- Knob Creek, Part 1
Checking out the fast and furious machine guns of Knob Creek.
- Guns West, Part 3
Continuing the tour of the Guns West exhibit at the National Firearms Museum.
- Guns West, Part 2
Continuing the tour of the Guns West exhibit at the National Firearms Museum.
- North-South Skirmish
Checking out cannons from the late 1800s.
- NS-SA, Part 1
Coverage of the National Championship of the North-South Skirmish Association competition.
- Showman Shooter, Part 2
A look back at the life of shooting great Herb Parsons.
- Federal Premium
American Rifleman goes to Federal.
- DPMS Tri-Gun: Heavy Metal
Coverage of the 2008 DPMS Tri-Gun Challenge.
- NRA Pistol Match
Highlights of the NRA Pistol Match held at the Camp Perry Shooting Range.
- NRA Revolver Match
Highlights of the NRA Revolver Match at Camp Perry.
- Small Arms Firing School
- Thompson Center
Behind the scenes look from the Thompson Center.
- Top Ten Infantry Rifles, Part 2
- Top Ten Infantry Rifles, Part 1
Counting down the top ten infantry rifles of all time.
- Ruger 10/22
A look at the manufacturing of the Ruger 10/22 and the Ruger Mini 14.
- FN3-Gun Competition
- 3-Gun Tips
Fundamentals for 3-gun shooting.
- Ruger's Investment Casting
An inside look at how Ruger makes investment castings for their firearms.
- Savior: The Model 110
How Savage Arms rebuilt themselves with the legendary Model 110.
- Mossberg Tactical
Past, present and future shotguns from Mossberg.
- Army Marksmanship Unit
A look at the Army Marksmanship Unit soldier training.
- Ft. Benning 3-Gun Match
- M1 Grand Match
Coverage from Camp Perry, Ohio.
- The Greatest - John M. Browning
A look and the life and guns of one of the world's most famous gun inventors, John Moses Browning.
- Wilson Combat
A look at the life and pistols of legendary gunmaker Bill Wilson.
- Pushing the Envelope
A look inside the making of Barnes Bullets and the use of their advanced design and testing process.
- Top Cops: The 2007 NPSC
A look at the 2007 National Police Shooting Championships.
- Going Ballistic
A tour of the Nosler company for a look at how bullets are made.
- Inaugural Springfield Match
M1-A shooting competition at Camp Perry.
- Camp Perry: 100 Years
A look back at the 100 years of history created at Camp Perry in Port Clinton, Ohio.
- Crimson Trace
Laser sights are the focus.
- Behind the Vault Door
Amazing guns are profiled at the National Museum of the United States Marine Corps.
- Sighting In Your Rifle
How to zero your rifle scope to a bolt action rifle.
- Midway USA
A look at Midway USA, a company that has been in operation for 30 years and is operated by a family of shooters.
- Bianchi Cup - The Gear
Specialized guns, gear and optics.
- Bianchi Cup
National Action Pistol Championship from Columbia, Mo.
- Thompson: An American Legend
A history of the Tommy Gun.
- Knight; Shining Armament
What goes on at Knights manufacturing in Florida.
- Eugene Stoner: A Legend In Arms
A look at the designs of Eugene Stoner, one of the greatest arms designers in the country.
- Samco Global
A look at imported surplus arms at the Samco plant in Miami.
- Taur USA
Chad Adams checks out the Taurus manufacturing plant in Miami.
- Parker vs. Smith
New and collector shotguns.
- Carolina Side By Sides
A look at the Great Southern Side By Side Shootout.
- Every Marine a Rifleman Part 2
National Museum of the Marine Corps in Quantico, Va.
- Every Marine a Rifleman Pt. 1
The National Museum of the Marine Corps.
- COBB Arms
COBB Arms Manufacturing in Dallas, Ga.
- Phil Five
The National Firearms Museum.
- Customizing Your AR-15
Tips on building up an AR-15.
- Scar Heavy
The future of special operation assault rifles and how they're developed.
- Performance Center
Smith & Wesson's performance center.
Tricking out a 10/22; the Taurus PT1911.
- Smith & Wesson Museum
Tour of the Smith & Wesson Museum.
- Ferguson Rifle
The history of the Ferguson Rifle.