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Ruger SR-556

In the case of the Mini-14 and its variants, Ruger seemed to be grasping for...

SIG Sauer SIG556 Classic

The SIG556 resembled the SG551 LB, a carbine variant of the SG550 designed to accept...

Springfield SOCOM 16

Springfield Armory sought out to further improve upon the idea within its own well-established M1A...

GP WASR-10

With estimated world wide production numbers hovering in the 80- to 100-million mark, the AK-pattern...

Ruger .357 Maximum

Many of us handgunners began our centerfire career with the original Ruger Blackhawk. The new...

Ruger LCR

The Ruger LCR is an interesting blend of features and materials from the world of...

Taurus 856 Hylite

At first glance, the Taurus 856 is not much different than its Model 85 mainstay...

Charter Arms Crimson Patriot

The Patriot family includes three variations, all built on Charter's well-known Bulldog frame. Common across...

Charter Arms Southpaw

For cloistered lefties, like myself, the Charter Arms Southpaw provides sanctuary. The cylinder and ejector...

North American Arms Mini-Master

Compared to its 4-ounce, 3 5/8-inch Short Mini-Revolver cohort, North American Arms' Mini-Master is a...

Taurus Judge

But it turns out the Judge may be even better suited to the mean streets...

Snubby Ballistics

"Snubby"is a term that has crept into the shooter's lexicon to identify those revolvers with...

Taurus Model 605

At the first glance, the Model 605 B2 reveals key K.I.S.S. characteristics. Marketed in the...

Smith and Wesson Combat Magnum

In the summer of 1954, at the Camp Perry Matches, Carl Hellstrom, president of Smith...

DoubleStar 1911

The DoubleStar 1911 delivers match-grade performance, without the high cost commonly associated with custom 1911s.
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