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Bullpup Battle

Associate Editor Ed Friedman, a man with no combat experience whatsoever, tries to argue for...

Understudy Guns

Learn how to use rimfire clones and conversion kits to save money while training with...

Remington R-15 VTR Series

A sound design is a sound design, regardless of its original purpose. And while Remington...

Glock Trigger Fix

Even Glock fanboys complain about the popular handgun's enigmatic trigger. Here's how to improve your...

The Truth About Suppressors

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

AR Shooting Positions

With practice, getting into proper field-shooting positions with an AR is fast and can enhance...

.22 LR for Self-Defense?

More bad guys are stopped by .22 Long Rifle ammo every year than any other...

Guide to Plinking

Here's just about everything you need to know to have a blast with the most...

Snubby Ballistics

Shorter barrels are much easier to carry, but what are you giving up when trouble...

Top Tactical Optics for 2010

From red dot to mil dot, this year's new optics offer an alternative to the...

LaserLyte Kryptonyte Gun Sight K-15

LaserLyte's Kryptonyte Gun Sight K-15 is something of an anomaly for a stand-alone laser sight.

Weatherby PA-459

Weatherby's pump-action, self-defense shotgun has all the features you've come to expect in a tactical...

Taurus Judge Public Defender

Taurus makes a decided case for concealed carry.

Wilson Combat Spec-Ops 9

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

New Sizzle for Ruger Standbys

When Federal announced the new .327 Fed. Mag., Ruger responded first with its SP101 small-frame...

Outside the Box: Benelli MR1

Benelli's MR1 redefines how a black rifle should look, feel and operate. At its heart...

The Bob Or Not To Bob Affair

From its grip to its barrel, the U.N.C.L.E. Special's components are well documented—all except one.
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