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Review: Maxim PDX Pistol

The Maxim PDX line is, in many ways, the ultimate expression of the PDW concept. It’s a small, easy to handle AR-pattern firearm that uses either Maxim’s superb PDW brace in the pistol model or a collapsible stock when sold as a short barrelled rifle.

The M2 Carbine

Designed in the closing days of World War II, the M1 Garand’s little brother had a full-automatic option.

Get Off My Lawn: Great WWII Guns for Home Defense

While purpose-built, modern firearms are all the rage for personal protection, don’t discount that old World War II gun for home defense.

Tip: You Are Responsible for Your Own Safety

So far, 2020 has turned out to be quite a surprise for all of us.

Rifles: Semi Alternates

ARs, AKs and other multi-functional semi-automatics may be the go-to guns for many people, but there are plenty of alternatives to bridge the utility gap.

First Look: Air Venturi Springfield 1911 Mil-Spec C02 Pistol

Designed as a realistic training and plinking option, the Air Venturi line of licensed Springfield Armory C02 pistols now has a classic, mil-spec 1911 model.

Top 18 Pistol-Caliber Carbines for 2019

The pistol-caliber carbine market got hot over the last few years, and manufacturers have a host of different options for PCC fans. Check out the latest and greatest here.

Charging-Handle Placement: Does It Matter?

Location, location, location. The placement of the charging handle on a rifle has been up for much debate over the years, but does the location really make a difference?

Review: CMMG Mk57 Banshee in 5.7x28mm

Light, handy, lots of shots, what’s not to like about CMMG’s new 5.7x28 mm Banshee pistol ?

Bipodal Evolution: From Sticks to Synthetics

The manner in which one’s rifle is elevated at the muzzle has changed much over the years, yet remains strikingly the same.

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