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AR-15 Muzzle Brakes

Learn how to replace the relatively useless flash hider on your AR with a practical muzzle brake. It's easy and will make you faster and more accurate.

Getting in to Practical Shooting

"Top Shot" contestant, blogger, radio host and competitive shooter Caleb Giddings gives advice on how to start in Practical Shooting—a must read for anyone looking to improve their shooting skills.

MGM Ironman: the Toughest 3-Gun Tournament in the World

Want the ultimate test for man and firearms? Try the bone-crushing MGM Ironman 3-Gun Tournament, where shooters must negotiate zip lines, slides, unstable platforms and a host of challenging targets.

Gear for the MGM Ironman

Bryce Towsley participated in the most extreme 3-gun competition in the world and the equipment he used took as much of a beating as he did. The gear survived fine, but the jury's still out on Towsley.

Walther SP22 M1

The first thing to get your attention when you look at the Walther SP22 M1 will likely be the cocking levers on each side of the forward part of the slide/barrel housing. The housing will be the second thing that piques your interest.

Ruger Mini 14 Target Rifle

Appropriate for a Mini-14 derivative, the Target Rifle keeps the fixed-piston gas system and rotary bolt with dual locking lugs borrowed from the M1 Garand and the line's military inspiration, the M14.

Savage Model 12 F Class

While competing in F-Class Open Rifle (F-O) and F-Class Target (F-T/R) is enjoyable, to be truly competitive in these disciplines requires custom-built rifles. At least that's what participants thought before Savage Arms introduced its Model 12 F Class and Model 12 F/TR rifles.

Get in Shape for Shooting

Shooting is like any other sport, so you need to be in the best shape possible to perform. Whether for competition or self-defense, learn how to get in shape with specific exercises for running your firearm.

Get in Shape for Shooting Gallery

Exercise and dry fire practice can help make you a better shooter.

Building Your Own L1A1

"Top Shot" winner Iain Harrison returned to his roots to build an L1A1 from a mix of FAL parts.

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