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Alexander Arms has reinvented the long-range rifle with its semi-automatic Ulfberht in .338 Lapua Mag. Simple, yet effective, this big boy is a joy to shoot and accurate at ranges in excess of 1,000 yards.
Smith & Wesson has reintroduced the Combat Magnum revolver, including an updated K-frame .357 Mag. and an all-new L-frame .44 Mag.
Who doesn't like new gear? Blackhawk recently rolled out some new items, and Managing Editor Daniel McElrath breaks them down for us.
Looking to swap the fixed-stock on your AR-15-style rifle for an adjustable one? Take a tip or two from our Rifle Editor Steve Adelmann, who knows a thing or two about the AR-15.
Some civilians load their defensive handguns with the same ammo used by law enforcement (LE) officers. The logic here is, “If it’s good enough for cops, it’s good enough for me.” This reasoning is not flawed, as long as the agency you copycat has done due diligence in selecting ammunition.
Whether you’re preparing for 3-gun or simply looking for a high-quality, low-magnification riflescope, Leupold’s Mark AR really hits the mark.
Though it resembles the common Ruger Mini-14, the Mousqueton A.M.D. has a unique history all its own.
The latest thermal camera from FLIR mounts to the iPhone 5 and provides unprecedented imaging capability for less than $350.
More and more women are getting into the shooting sports and hunting, and this growing new segment is buying guns, taking classes and gearing up at a record-setting pace.