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NRA Service Rifle


The AR-style Platform Has More In Common With NASCAR Than You May Think. By Glen Zediker High Power Rifle competition

Big Bad Bird!


This Is No Piper Cub pocket pistol. The Desert Eagle .50AE Is The A-10 Warthog Of Semi-Autos. By Payton Miller

Longer Range Shooting


Take The First Step. Interest and participation in long-range shooting continues to grow. As rifle trends go, I think this

Second Wind


Savage Has Tailored Its Rifle Lineup To The Underrated And Recently Revitalized .338 Federal. Some confessions can clear the conscience

Hypervelocity Hunting


High-Quality Fast, Small-Caliber, Lightweight Bullets Can Do Big-Caliber Jobs Well. The overall trend since the beginning of hand-held firearms has

Magnum Carry


The Coonan .357 Magnum Compact Delivers Extra Performance In A Concealable Package. The .357 Magnum does not get enough respect!

Winchester’s Model 64


Duke Discovers A “Kissin’ Cousin” To America’s Favorite Deer Rifle, A Graceful Lever-Action Sporter In .32 Winchester Special. Everybody who

Perfecting A Platform


Ruger’s GP100 Match Champion Is The Next Step In The Evolution Of The Company’s Double-Action Revolver Lineup. It may have



Quality And Accuracy In A Subcompact 9mm Package. The latest in Heckler and Koch’s series of hammer-fired pistols is the

A Slower Spin


Revolvers Don’t Rule the Roost Anymore. But Their Day Isn’t Done Yet. For 150 years the revolver was king of

Back To Fighting Weight


Robar Exorcises The AR’s Weight-Creep Demon. Weight creep is a lot like mission creep. The original objective sheds clarity over

Hard-Core Hardware


EAA’s 12-Gauge MKA 1919 Match Ups The Ante For 3-Gun Competitors. Three-Gun shooting is not just the purview of flint-eyed

Metric Mauler


Rock Island’s High-Cap 10mm May Blast This Cult Caliber Back Into The Spotlight. If new offerings in 10mm Auto—both handguns