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Make Mine A Pump

Make Mine A Pump

The Quick-Firing Remington 7600 Holds Its Own Afield. What have been the most popular, most successful deer rifles of the smokeless powder cartridge era? I’d have to say the Winchester and Marlin lever actions, first sold back in the 1890’s and still made today, in somewhat revised form. Let’s change our time frame. In the post WWII era, what deer rifles have been most...

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Like Night And Day

Like Night And Day

The Right Ammo, Guns And Optics Help Make Texas Hog Hunting An Around-The-Clock Business. A recent hog hunt in West Texas turned out to be unlike anything I’d ever done before. For one thing, hunting wasn’t as much the focus as was eradication—a difficult (some would say impossible) goal. Hogs are going to keep breeding and folks are going to keep shooting them. But the fact...

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Armed And Airborne

Armed And Airborne

Firepower From The Sky, Guns Of The World War II Paratroopers. World War II...

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Varmint Rifle Trends

Varmint Rifle Trends

Improvements In Ammo, Optics And-Of Course — The AR Equation Are All...

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The Uncluttered Carbine

The Uncluttered Carbine

All Together Now! A Personalized Upper/Lower Matchup Results In...

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The Republic Forge Predator 1911

The Republic Forge Predator 1911

Republic Forge, a true American firearms company, is offering an...

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Exclusive: The Devil You Know

“The US Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives would be...

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Exclusive: Negotiating the Taurus Cu...

Exclusive: Negotiating the Taurus Curve

In my November 2014 Guns Magazine article, Curve Ahead, I introduced the new...