First Look: RCBS Adds New Matchmaster Die & Group D Dies

RCBS is known for making high quality ammunition reloading equipment for rifles and pistols, their line of Matchmaster and Group D dies with the addition of several new cartridges.

The Madsen M47 Rifle

Great rifle designs often get left behind, which is exactly what happened to the Madsen M47 rifle.

Subguns in Vietnam: My Experience With the Madsen M50

There’s more to Denmark than Legos, pastry and big dogs. Wiley Clapp got his hands on the Danish Madsen M50 while in Vietnam.

Fightin' Iron: The Four Johns of Firearm Design

Four inventors, all named John, designed iconic firearms used to defend America. Here's a look at their history and work.

First Look: Pachmayr Raffir Alume 1911 Grips

Looking to add durable, attractive grips to your 1911? These new options from Pachmayr are purpose-built to provide a durable option with looks to match.

Classic Guns: Gewehr G41(M)

Before the development of the well-known Gewehr G43, there was the Gewehr G41(M) "gas-trap" design from Mauser.

Virginia Capitol Police Choose SIG Sauer P320

Joining the ranks of many law-enforcement agencies across the country, the Virginia Capitol Police selected the SIG Sauer P320 as its sidearm in 2018.

Denmark Selects SIG Sauer P320 X-Carry as Service Pistol

With the adoption of the SIG Sauer P320 X-Carry, Denmark became the first European NATO country to select the platform as a standard service sidearm.

Scandinavian Police Agencies Choose Federal Premium

The Danish National Police, Norwegian Police and Swedish Police Authority all chose to arm their law-enforcement officers with Federal Premium ammunition.

Fightin' Iron: The Krag-Jørgensen Rifle

Though its military-service life spanned slightly more than a decade, the Krag-Jørgensen rifle served as an important transition for U.S. Soldiers from breechloading single-shots to bolt-action rifles.

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