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Review: Springfield Armory Hellion Rifle

Unconventional yet functional, Springfield’s new Hellion bullpup rifle is actually well behaved.

When Numbers Lie

As a wise man once opined, “trust, but verify” when it comes to any information you haven’t personally acquired.

Winchester Awarded U.S. Army Pistol Ammo Contract

Agreement includes producing 9mm, .38 Special and .45 ACP cartridges.

Review: IWI US Galil ACE Gen II Rifle

From its origins as an upgrade to captured AK-47s to this latest variant, the venerable Galil rifle has much to offer as a defensive carbine.

Review: Dead Air Silencers Wolfman Suppressor

The phrase “new and improved” has all but lost its meaning as anything but a marketing cliché, but that is exactly, and honestly, how I’d describe the Wolfman suppressor from Dead Air.

Review: American Tactical Alpha-15 Rifle

American Tactical now offers the Alpha-15, a lightweight, affordable AR-15-style rifle with polymer receivers.

Testing Home Defense Ammo for Carbines

What is “just enough” or “too much” penetration in home-defense-carbine ammunition?

New for 2022: Rock River Arms Assurance Carbine

The new Rock River Arms Assurance Carbine features a redesigned, free-float, quad-rail handguard, something many law enforcement and government agencies requested, among other key components that make it a great choice for home defense.

Review: FN SCAR 16S Rifle

FN’s Special Operations Forces Combat Assault Rifle, or SCAR, has always been something of a rumor. You often heard about it, but rarely saw one.

Why Lightweight Carbines Are a Game Changer

Technology and demand are driving a light-rifle trend that shows no signs of slowing down. Purpose-built, flyweight guns are a dream to carry and shoot, but the additional machining, exotic materials and manufacturing methods that can bring something like an AR rifle down to 4.5 pounds make it expensive.

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