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Personal Defense with Classic Firearms

Many heirlooms can be pressed into service with a minimal tune-up and a new holster.

The Physics of Machine-Gun Fire

There’s a science to the employ of full-automatic weaponry in wartime.

Which Type of Body Armor is Right for You?

Body armor comes in many sizes, shapes and protective levels. Learn what type is best...

Fightin' Iron: The Smith & Wesson Triple Lock

Finely crafted and machined for enhanced reliability, many enthusiasts consider the Smith & Wesson Triple...

Fightin’ Iron: STEN Mk V

Although it may resemble an ungainly plumber’s contraption, the STEN gun was designed to fill...

Why You Should Buy Your Ammo in Bulk

While the conventional wisdom is always “buy it cheap and stack it deep” when it...

Fightin' Iron: The Model 1917 Revolver

Colt and Smith & Wesson’s 1917 wasn’t a byproduct of a designer’s drawing board, but...

Get Off My Lawn: Great WWII Guns for Home Defense

While purpose-built, modern firearms are all the rage for personal protection, don’t discount that old...

Winchester Assumes Operational Control of Lake City Ammo Plant

Winchester recently announced that it will take over full management of the Lake City Army...

Fighting' Iron: The Fall of the Reising Submachine Gun

Sometimes, what looks like a great idea on paper turns out to be not-so-great in...

The Classics: Remington M1903 Rifles in World War II

While the M1 Garand gets the most accolades for its service in World War II,...

Rifle Accuracy for Home Defense

Don’t stress too much over your rifle’s accuracy when it comes to home defense. Keep...

What to Know About Handgun Sights

What exactly is a handgun sight, and are you using the right one for your...

Product Review: Swampfox Optics Kingslayer Pistol Dot

Looking to get into pistol-mounted optics on a budget? Swampfox might just have what you’re...

Firearm Training: Safety First

Safety is always key when you are unfamiliar with a new firearm.

The M1918A2 Browning Automatic Rifle

Three Nazis walk into a BAR …

Fightin' Iron: Leland “Lou” Diamond

Being salty isn’t always a bad thing.

Claim a Historical SMLE Rifle and Support NRA-ILA

Century Arms and Bud’s Gun Shop have teamed up to offer a limited number of...

The Sauer Model 38H: A Handgun Ahead of Its Time

Perhaps the sweetest Sauer of them all.

Self-Defense Evolution: Here's How Far We've Come

Firearms, gear and training all evolve; sometimes it’s worth looking back to see how far...
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