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2021 Shooting Illustrated Golden Bullseye Awards

To win the coveted Golden Bullseye Award, a product must offer a combination of innovation, utility, reliability, outstanding performance and value to the consumer.

20 Personal-Defense Handguns Under $300

Looking for a personal-defense pistol, but don’t want to drop crazy dough on it? We’ve got you covered with 20 handguns available now for less than $300.

Basics of a 1911 Build: Tips & Tricks

The building of a 1911 pistol is chock-full of detail work essential for a satisfactory outcome. Here is an overview of what to expect, with tips that should prove helpful.

Building an AR-15 Under 5 Pounds (Including Optic)

Breaking the 5-pound barrier when building an AR-15 with a mounted optic is a tall order, but Shooting Illustrated took on the challenge. Here's how we did it.

Understanding Red-Dot Optics

A man walks into a gun store, sidles up to the counter and eyeballs the clerk. In his best tactically-tuned voice, he says “I want one of them there red-dot sights for my AR.” The clerk, if he is of the optically savvy sort, immediately realizes this customer has no idea what he’s talking about.

AR Lower-Receiver Build: Switching Gears

If your goal is to build an AR capable of precision accuracy, it makes sense to maintain vital tolerances by keeping field-stripping to a minimum.

AR-15 Upper-Receiver Build: Installing the Forward-Assist Assembly

What can be more satisfying than building your own 1911 from scratch, building an AR-Platform upper receiver, also known as “America’s Rifle.”

The October Issue of Shooting Illustrated is on Newsstands Now!

The October issue of Shooting Illustrated showcases Mossberg’s new tactical bolt-action rifle.

AR Upper Build

Time to switch gears and platforms...

The June issue of Shooting Illustrated features three new revolvers from Ruger.

The June issue of Shooting Illustrated, on newsstands now, covers two new LCR options from Ruger, along with a big-bore sized for carry in the new Redhawk.

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