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Review: FN America SCAR 20S

Review: FN America SCAR 20S

Fans of FN America's SCAR platform will rejoice at the availability of a consumer edition...
Fightin' Iron: Building a Utilitarian 'Trail' Rifle

Fightin' Iron: Building a Utilitarian 'Trail' Rifle

Call it what you will, a bolt gun that’s purpose-built and equally badass can go...
Classic Guns: The Model 1886 Lebel

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

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

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

When it comes to combat, guns need only go bang and hit their mark; aesthetics...
Classic Guns: The 1891 Carcano

Classic Guns: The 1891 Carcano

Italy’s main battle rifle during World War I was— despite rumors to the contrary—exceedingly competent....
Fightin' Dogs: Col. Rex Applegate and Deke

Fightin' Dogs: Col. Rex Applegate and Deke

As with the sword and the shield, the bond between a soldier and a dog...
The Elusive 3-Inch: Recreating Colt's Combat Python

The Elusive 3-Inch: Recreating Colt's Combat Python

Occasionally, custom-made firearms are even more prized than their original variants. Here's how Wiley Clapp's...
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...
1911 Gunfight: Frank Luke's Last Stand

1911 Gunfight: Frank Luke's Last Stand

During its major-combat debut in the First World War, the 1911 was used by fighter...
6.5 Creedmoor: Why Is It So Popular?

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...
Classic Guns: The M712 Schnellfeuer 'Broomhandle' Mauser

Classic Guns: The M712 Schnellfeuer 'Broomhandle' Mauser

No, it’s not a product of Hollywood’s overactive imagination; there really was a full-auto broomhandle...
Fightin' Iron: The Origin of Semi-Auto Tactical Rifles

Fightin' Iron: The Origin of Semi-Auto Tactical Rifles

The versatility commonly seen in today’s semi-automatic firearms used by SWAT teams and civilians alike...
The Colt New Service Revolver: A 20th-Century Favorite

The Colt New Service Revolver: A 20th-Century Favorite

Developed during the twilight years of the 19th century, the Colt New Service revolver became...
Review: Walther PPS M2

Review: Walther PPS M2

Walther listened to its customers and updated its popular concealed-carry PPS handgun. The newer PPS...
Review: MagnetoSpeed M-Series AR-15 Grip System

Review: MagnetoSpeed M-Series AR-15 Grip System

With a number of different accessories and storage options, the MagnetoSpeed M-Series AR-15 grip system...
Classic Guns: Winchester Model 1897 'Trench Gun'

Classic Guns: Winchester Model 1897 'Trench Gun'

Imagine a firearm so powerful that it was protested as a violation of war conventions....
4 Apocalypse-Ready Rifles: Which One is Best?

4 Apocalypse-Ready Rifles: Which One is Best?

If you're in the market for an apocalypse-ready rifles, there are many different types that...
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...
The Return of the Smith & Wesson Model 19

The Return of the Smith & Wesson Model 19

Everyone should have a favorite wheelgun. Sheriff Jim's hearkens back to his days in Texas...
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