SIG Sauer’s P210

Classics: SIG Sauer’s P210 Pistol

There’s a whole lot of history in SIG’s exquisite P210 pistol.

Is The Ruger 10/22 the Ultimate Youth Rifle?

Most of us likely received our first experience with firearms at the hands of an older mentor who, more than likely, started us out with a .22 LR of some sort.

Creedmoor Matches: The First International Shooting Event in North America

Today, if you take the Grand Central Parkway east from Brooklyn, NY, to its intersection with the Cross Island Parkway in Queens, you will be close to the Creedmoor Psychiatric Center and the Queens Farm Park administered by the Parks Administration of New York City.

How the NRA Helped Normalize Suppressor Use

Beneficial safety equipment to be sure, the sound suppressor is becoming much more widely accepted, thanks to NRA’s efforts.

9/11 20 Years Later: A Special Smith & Wesson

There are still heroes in this world. We mourn the loss of one some 20 years later on the 20th anniversary of the September 11th attacks.

The M1 Garand National Match Rifle

The United States was the only country to provide a semi-automatic rifle as standard issue to its military forces from the onset of the war. In excess of five million M1 Garands were produced between 1936 and 1945.

The Smith & Wesson Military & Police Revolver

Smith & Wesson’s iconic revolver is one of the few things with stronger ties to law enforcement than the NRA.

How the U.S. and NRA Assisted the Allied Effort in WWII

Assisting the Allied war effort, in addition to American troops, were privately owned American firearms that were sent to Britain to help fight the Axis.

The Real-Life Exploits of Medal of Honor Recipient Joe Foss

Joe Foss’ real-life exploits were so incredible, they might read like fiction.

Colt New Frontier Model Revolver Made for John F. Kennedy

A Colt intended for President Kennedy extols the storied ties between the White House and the NRA.

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