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The Object of Defensive-Gun Handling: Stop the Threat

The Object of Defensive-Gun Handling: Stop the Threat

There's a lot of talk about the lethality of certain cartridges, but Sheriff Jim reminds...
Range Review: Henry Long Ranger in 6.5 Creedmoor

Range Review: Henry Long Ranger in 6.5 Creedmoor

Merging the classic design of a lever-action rifle with the modern 6.5 Creedmoor doesn't seem...
Classic Guns: The M41 Carcano

Classic Guns: The M41 Carcano

Changing its military rifle during wartime was a mistake for Italy, but that doesn't take...
The Colt SSP: One That Got Away

The Colt SSP: One That Got Away

Sometimes even firearms with innovative designs just don’t catch on. Such is the case with...
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,...
The M1917 Enfield: America's WWI Workhorse

The M1917 Enfield: America's WWI Workhorse

Where the rubber meets the road, function matters a lot more than form. The M1917...
The Fightin' .45: Origins & History

The Fightin' .45: Origins & History

Our nation’s military and law enforcement relied on .45 caliber sidearms throughout history for its...
Pack Rifles: Finding Compact Guns for Security & Survival

Pack Rifles: Finding Compact Guns for Security & Survival

Having a short, handy, compact gun that’s easy to carry is a tall order, but...
U.S. Army Delays Submachine Gun Program

U.S. Army Delays Submachine Gun Program

The U.S. Army's program aimed at choosing the next military-issue submachine gun has hit a...
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...
French National Police Choose Speer Gold Dot

French National Police Choose Speer Gold Dot

To avoid concerns with overpenetration, the French National Police announced a contract to supply officers...
Deciphering and Disassembling a WWI Handgun in .32 ACP

Deciphering and Disassembling a WWI Handgun in .32 ACP

I recently inherited a family heirloom , a handgun that was carried by my great...
Review: CMMG MkG Guard .45 ACP Pistol Caliber Carbine

Review: CMMG MkG Guard .45 ACP Pistol Caliber Carbine

In today’s climate, releasing yet another AR-15-style carbine might seem puzzling given the crowded market—until...
4 Frontier Revolvers That Won the West

4 Frontier Revolvers That Won the West

While Sam Colt has been credited for making men equal, his popular Peacemaker was but...
The Evolution of Personal Defense

The Evolution of Personal Defense

Firearms, gear and training all evolve; sometimes it’s worth looking back to see how far...
M1 Garand vs. AR-15: Which is America's Rifle?

M1 Garand vs. AR-15: Which is America's Rifle?

When it comes to awarding the title of "America's Rifle," there really are only two...
Classic Guns: Beretta BM59 Battle Rifle

Classic Guns: Beretta BM59 Battle Rifle

While it may look like an M14, Italy’s first 7.62 NATO-chambered Beretta BM59 battle rifle...
Classics: The Ballester-Molina Pistol

Classics: The Ballester-Molina Pistol

The 1911-ish Ballester-Molina pistol was Argentina’s answer to John Moses Browning’s classic, famous creation.
Classics: The M41 Carcano Rifle

Classics: The M41 Carcano Rifle

Changing its military rifle during wartime was a mistake for Italy, but that doesn't take...
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