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What's So Great About the .357 SIG?

For those who think you can’t have a cartridge capable of delivering magnum-like performance without...

Blaser Group Acquires Liemke Thermal Optics

Blaser Group, official U.S. importer for iconic German firearms brands Blaser, Mauser and J.P. Sauer,...

Review: Ruger Scout Rifle in 350 Legend

Ruger's excellent Scout rifle, paired with the new 350 Legend round, makes for a great...

The Classics: France's MAS-36 Bolt-Action Rifle

France’s mid-20th-century battle rifle was designed, as many were at the time, around a specific...

The Counter-Intuitive Business of Guns

Selling firearms is just “different.”

The Sauer Model 38H: A Handgun Ahead of Its Time

Perhaps the sweetest Sauer of them all.

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...

Classic Guns: The Polish wz.29

Eighty years ago, Poland faced the Nazi onslaught with an eclectic mix of firearms. One...

Classic Guns: The Huntsman Sporting Knife

Think the “spy-with-crazy-gadgets” movement started with James Bond? Guess again. Here's a look at the...

Classic Guns: Mauser Tank Gewehr

Designed to penetrate the armor of the earliest tanks on the battlefields of World War...

Classic Guns: The Bodeo Revolver

Known by those who carried it as Coscia d’agnello (“leg of lamb”), the Bodeo revolver...

Classic Guns: The FN-49

The FAL might be the “right arm of the free world,” but there was an...

Classic Guns: Gewehr G41(M)

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

Classic Guns: The 1891 Argentine Mauser

Paul Mauser’s groundbreaking rifle would have implications around the globe, and the 1891 Argentine Mauser...

Classic Guns: The M1903 Springfield Rifle

Designed in 1900, revised in 1901 and 1902, and formally drafted into service in 1903,...

A Need for Speed: Rise and Fall of the Bottlenecked Pistol Cartridge

The trend of bottlenecked pistol cartridges has ebbed and flowed over the last century. Where...

Classic Guns: The Model 1886 Lebel

Did you know the first smokeless-powder, repeating military arm was fielded by France in the...

The M1917 Enfield: America's WWI Workhorse

Where the rubber meets the road, function matters a lot more than form. The M1917...

Fightin' Iron: Style & Function in Early Semi-Auto Pistols

When it comes to combat, guns need only go bang and hit their mark; aesthetics...

6.5 Creedmoor: Why Is It So Popular?

While some consider the 6.5 Creedmoor a new cartridge, ballistically speaking, it’s actually on par...
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