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DPMS Panther 3G1

Chambered in 5.56 NATO, this AR-15 shot sub-moa out of the box using Federal's 55-grain V-Shok sierra Game King load.

Top Tactical Optics for 2010

From red dot to mil dot, this year's new optics offer an alternative to the ol' irons for all shooters. Check out some of the best in this Buyers Guide.

Do-It-All Optics

The latest tactical optics can handle any situation from 10 feet to beyond 1,000 yards thanks to innovative reticles and a zoom factor approaching eight.

AR-15 Muzzle Brakes

Learn how to replace the relatively useless flash hider on your AR with a practical muzzle brake. It's easy and will make you faster and more accurate.

AR Shooting Positions

With practice, getting into proper field-shooting positions with an AR is fast and can enhance your ability to take advantage of cover, especially in a self-defense scenario.

How to Run Your AK

The AK-47 and its variants are combat-tough vets and can be formidable self-defense options—with the proper training

Getting in to Practical Shooting

"Top Shot" contestant, blogger, radio host and competitive shooter Caleb Giddings gives advice on how to start in Practical Shooting—a must read for anyone looking to improve their shooting skills.

MGM Ironman: the Toughest 3-Gun Tournament in the World

Want the ultimate test for man and firearms? Try the bone-crushing MGM Ironman 3-Gun Tournament, where shooters must negotiate zip lines, slides, unstable platforms and a host of challenging targets.

Gear for the MGM Ironman

Bryce Towsley participated in the most extreme 3-gun competition in the world and the equipment he used took as much of a beating as he did. The gear survived fine, but the jury's still out on Towsley.

MGM Ironman: Equipment

Three guns matches require, well…three guns. Except the MGM Targets Ironman match, where you need four.

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