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Range Review: SIG Sauer MPX Copperhead

In a market overrun by pistol-caliber platforms, the SIG Sauer MPX Copperhead is one of...

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...

Winchester to Take Control of U.S. Military's Lake City Ammo Plant

Winchester will begin management of the Lake City Army Ammunition Plant starting in 2020, according...

Review: Rock River Arms R9 Competition

Rock River Arms continues to show business savvy, bringing another pistol-caliber-carbine offering to a red-hot...

Review: Colt Cobra

The much-loved Colt Cobra revolver is back, and quite evolved from when we last saw...

Impact Weapons for Self-Defense: Training & Skill-Building

If you’re serious about self-defense, you should consider that you won’t always be able to...

Fightin' Iron: Applegate-Fairbairn Knife

Many edged-weapon enthusiasts have heard of the Fairbairn-Sykes commando dagger, but what about the post-World...

9mm Resurgence: Why the FBI & Police Went Back

Think today’s 9mm doesn’t possess sufficient terminal performance for use by the FBI, law enforcement...

Fightin' Iron: The Purple Heart

Planning for war requires more than the production of weapons and munitions. Here's the story...

Gunsite Academy Co-Founder Janelle Cooper Passes Away

At age 99, Janelle Cooper, wife of Col. Jeff Cooper and co-founder of Gunsite Academy,...

The .44 Magnum: A History

What began as a handgun round for hunters and outdoorsmen proved equally effective in combat.

Elmer Keith & The Golden Years of Gun-Writing

Today's firearm publications are full of articles that are quite different from those written in...

Classic Guns: USMC M40A1 Sniper Rifle

Under the nom de guerre of the M40A1, the Remington 700 has served our Marines...

Classic Guns: Mauser Tank Gewehr

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

Fightin' Iron: Modified Military Weapons You've Never Seen

Weapons, like plans, occasionally need to be modified once hostilities commence. Here are a few...

Classic Guns: The Bodeo Revolver

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

Rifles in the Sky: Airborne Troops Then and Now

As we honor the 75th anniversary of D-Day, our resident expert offers reflections on the...

Fightin' Iron: The USMC & The Postal Service

There was a time when U.S. Marines were tasked with more than winning battles. Here's...

Review: TISAS Regent BR9

Thanks to Brownells, the Hi Power design has returned to the American gun market in...

Concealed-Carry Revolvers: Still Solid for Self-Defense

With the explosion of modern-day pocket semi-autos, how does the concealed-carry revolver fit into the...
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