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Hammer the Hard Ones

They may bring you to tears and cause fits of frustration, but 3-gun's most difficult targets aren't impossible if you follow these tips from the pros.

Olympic Arms K8 Magnum Targetmatch

The AR-15 and the .223 Rem. cartridge are as indelibly linked as bread and butter. But like butter in this cholesterol-phobic world, the cartridge has its critics, including me. (Photos by Bryce M. Towsley)

Columbia River Knife and Tool Hissatsu Folder

Boasting a hefty blade of classic Samurai design and spring-assisted deployment, the CRKT Hissatsu Folder is a knife upon which you can rely when the chips are down.

Gunsmithing Made Easy

Here's a great book for those looking to tinker with a gun's innards.

Zombies!

Is the zombie genre dead or undead when it comes to gun stuff?

Dueling Concepts

We sometimes run articles within a single issue that seem to produce opposing conclusions. There is a method to this madness.

The June issue of Shooting Illustrated features three new revolvers from Ruger.

The June issue of Shooting Illustrated, on newsstands now, covers two new LCR options from Ruger, along with a big-bore sized for carry in the new Redhawk.

AR Upper Build

Time to switch gears and platforms...

The October Issue of Shooting Illustrated is on Newsstands Now!

The October issue of Shooting Illustrated showcases Mossberg’s new tactical bolt-action rifle.

AR-15 Upper-Receiver Build: Installing the Forward-Assist Assembly

What can be more satisfying than building your own 1911 from scratch, building an AR-Platform upper receiver, also known as “America’s Rifle.”

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