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Rifle, Scope & Reticle Cant

Cant? You can, if you try.

SIG Sauer P225-A1

SIG Sauer? No, SIG sweet.

6.5 Creedmoor Rifle Build

Sometimes, a rifle shoots so well, we become emotionally attached to it. When every component...

Wilson Combat Announces New Tactical Carry Professional and Tactical Carry Compact

Wilson Combat announces two new pistols, the Tactical Carry Professional and Tactical Carry Compact.

The Fix: Stance, Stance Revolution!

You recently purchased a handgun. The local gun shop owner helped you find one that...

Kimber Model 8400 Patrol

More compact than a dedicated precision rifle but still harnessing the ballistics of the .308...

Vortex StrikeFire and VMX3 Magnifier

Vortex offers a sight, magnifier and mounts for both at about half the cost of...

Choosing a Self-Defense Holster That's Best For You and Your Disability

By examining the key design elements of common holster types, those with disabilities will be...

Suppressor Basics

Reducing your audible signature has a variety of benefits, and securing the requisite tax stamp...

Choosing a Self-Defense Handgun That's Best For You and Your Disability (Part 2)

In the fifth installment this series on self-defense for those with disabilities, we take a...

Mil, MOA or inches?

Sometimes it feels like you need a cheat sheet to keep up with nomenclature often...

How to Zero an AR with Open Sights

Zeroing an AR is no different than zeroing any other rifle. It should be zeroed...

Ruger SR-556

In the case of the Mini-14 and its variants, Ruger seemed to be grasping for...

The Truth About Suppressors

Sound suppressors aren't the "silencers" seen in movies, but they are an incredibly effective tool—if...
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