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Classic Guns: Mauser Tank Gewehr

Classic Guns: Mauser Tank Gewehr

Designed to penetrate the armor of the earliest tanks on the battlefields of World War...
Review: Core15 Hardcore System X2

Review: Core15 Hardcore System X2

Core15 offers what may be the final word in precision with its Hardcore System X2...
Classic Guns: The Israeli Galil

Classic Guns: The Israeli Galil

In the wake of a sensational hijacking, a new family of firearms was created for...
Review: IWI Galil ACE

Review: IWI Galil ACE

The IWI Galil rifle has long been one of the most-sought-after AK variants. Now, the...
Classic Guns: The M1903 Springfield Rifle

Classic Guns: The M1903 Springfield Rifle

Designed in 1900, revised in 1901 and 1902, and formally drafted into service in 1903,...
Classic Guns: Bushmaster Arm Pistol

Classic Guns: Bushmaster Arm Pistol

Think AR-15-style pistols are a new innovation? See where this unique product category got its...
Classic Guns: The Model 1886 Lebel

Classic Guns: The Model 1886 Lebel

Did you know the first smokeless-powder, repeating military arm was fielded by France in the...
Turn-of-the-Century Trapdoor: The Model 1884 Springfield

Turn-of-the-Century Trapdoor: The Model 1884 Springfield

Few know about the firearm used during America's rise to the global stage: the Trapdoor...
Classic Guns: The 1891 Carcano

Classic Guns: The 1891 Carcano

Italy’s main battle rifle during World War I was— despite rumors to the contrary—exceedingly competent....
4 Apocalypse-Ready Rifles: Which One is Best?

4 Apocalypse-Ready Rifles: Which One is Best?

If you're in the market for an apocalypse-ready rifles, there are many different types that...
U.S. Rifles of WWI: The M1903 and M1917

U.S. Rifles of WWI: The M1903 and M1917

America’s bolt-action infantry rifles came from two main camps, but both the M1903 Springfield and...
Reloading Your Home-Defense Shotgun: Tips & Tactics

Reloading Your Home-Defense Shotgun: Tips & Tactics

Reloading your home-defense shotgun can be accomplished several ways; figuring out which works best is...
Trijicon Donates Commemorative ACOG to NRA Museum

Trijicon Donates Commemorative ACOG to NRA Museum

After manufacturing its one millionth ACOG battle sight, Trijicon donated a commemorative optic to the...
The 'Surprise' Shot: Examining a Common Training Technique

The 'Surprise' Shot: Examining a Common Training Technique

Oftentimes, when training new shooters, instructors will tell their trainees that the shot going off...
Shoot Twice: The Benefits of the 'Double-Tap'

Shoot Twice: The Benefits of the 'Double-Tap'

In a life-threatening encounter, firing two rounds can be more effective than one. Here are...
Classic Guns: Imperial Japan’s M1 Garand

Classic Guns: Imperial Japan’s M1 Garand

John C. Garand’s combat masterpiece M1 Garand semi-automatic rifle was so effective in the Pacific...
Defining and Defending Your Personal Battle Space

Defining and Defending Your Personal Battle Space

Whether the threat is near or far, there are a number of best practices for...
Review: Leupold D-EVO Optic

Review: Leupold D-EVO Optic

Designed to make transitions between long- and short-range optics faster and easier than ever before,...
WWI Battle Rifle: The Upgraded Mauser Gewehr 98 of 1918

WWI Battle Rifle: The Upgraded Mauser Gewehr 98 of 1918

The Mauser Gewehr 98 is a rifle that would become the progenitor of an entire...
First Look: SIG Sauer Bravo3 & Bravo5 Battle Sights

First Look: SIG Sauer Bravo3 & Bravo5 Battle Sights

SIG Sauer added two new models to its Bravo Battle Sight optics lineup in 2018,...
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