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The Parts, Parts Who's Got The Parts Affair

Advice from a fellow fan of "Man From U.N.C.L.E." helped me learn more about the iconic show prop and find sources for the various components needed to make a filly functional firearm.

The S.B.R. Affair

Brad has asked for a detailed explanation of the Short-Barreled-Rifle registration process and how it's done in relation to registering an U.N.C.L.E. carbine.

The Prior Planning Affair #2

While some may feel compelled to toss out the early bird and worm analogy, I prefer planning for the worst and hoping for the best.

Wilson Combat Spec-Ops 9

In a life full of changes, it's nice to know one company's innovation shows, year after year.

Guide to Plinking

Here's just about everything you need to know to have a blast with the most enjoyable type of shooting—plinking.

Shooting From Unusual Positions

Shooting from positions that aren't the norm may be the most realisitc self-defense training you can perform.

Scottwerx Ruger 10/22 Tommy Gun Kit

Turn your Ruger 10/22 into a "Chicago Typewriter" with the Scottwerx 10/22 Tommy Gun Kit. Your shooting buddies will envy your faux-Thompson.

The Truth About Suppressors

Sound suppressors aren't the "silencers" seen in movies, but they are an incredibly effective tool—if you know how to use them.

Blackhawk Night Ops Xiphos NT

The Blackhawk Xiphos NT attaches easily to any Picatinny rail and weighs only 2.6 ounces. Its 65-lumen LED is protected by an impact-resistant and waterproof polymer case.

Sig Sauer P250 Compact

At the heart of the P250's modular capabilities is its fire-control assembly, or frame. The versatility is made possible by the fact that, unlike most polymer semi-autos, the 250's hammer, sear and trigger, are contained in a single unit.

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