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Why Lightweight Carbines Are a Game Changer

Technology and demand are driving a light-rifle trend that shows no signs of slowing down. Purpose-built, flyweight guns are a dream to carry and shoot, but the additional machining, exotic materials and manufacturing methods that can bring something like an AR rifle down to 4.5 pounds make it expensive.

Why You Should Have Backup Sights on Your AR-15

Having a set of iron—or plastic—sights on your carbine is a smart hedge against worst-case scenarios.

Review: Springfield Armory M1A Standard Issue Rifle

Robert Sadowski takes an in-depth look at the M1A from Springfield, which has its roots deep in U.S. Military history.

2020 Holiday Gift Guide

Looking for the perfect gift for the firearm enthusiast in your life? We’ve got you covered.

2020 Holiday Gift Guide: Gifts $70 to $139.99

Looking for the perfect gift for the firearm enthusiast in your life? We’ve got you covered.

First Look: Fix It Sticks 3-Gun & Long Range Kits

Fix It Sticks recently introduced two new tool kits for shooters, including the 3-Gun & Long Range Kits, both of which are ideal for competition disciplines.

First Look: Escort 22LR Bolt-Action Rifle

Escort, known for its shotguns, recently introduced the 22LR, a bolt-action rifle chambered in .22 LR.

Product Review: Warne Vapor Line Scope Mounts

Warne, long known for its top-quality (and top-price) mounts for scopes, has delivered a line it calls the Vapor, bringing the same high-quality gear at a more affordable price.

First Look: Zeiss Precision Rings

Zeiss is adding six new sets of rings to its trusted and field-proven series of Zeiss Precision Rings line, that was first introduced in 2019.

New for 2020: Warne Vapor Line

Portland, Oregon-based optics accessories company Warne introduced a new line of scope mounts at SHOT Show 2020.

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