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Armasight Jockey Series Thermal Clip-on Optic

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Colt CBX Bolt-Action Rifles in 6.5 Creedmoor

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Mythbusters: 5 Falsehoods About...

By providing a factual understanding of the technical details behind how Binary triggers actually work, let’s clear up a few of the most commonly heard myths.
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The Power Of The Dog

He entered the world on March 17, and eight weeks later, he entered our family as the liveliest, most loving little mutt one might imagine. My younger son...
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Size Matters: Science Says So

Is there an association between penis size and gun ownership? A team of researchers put the “psychosexual theory of gun ownership” to the test, and the...
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Military Rifle Stock Restoration

As a collector/shooter of military arms, I’ve “restored” a lot of marginal rifle stocks for my range guns. I put “restored” in quotes because the...
Read Full Article Frank Jardim
IronClad Command Tactical Pro Gloves

Ironclad Performance Wear makes quality gloves for work and sport for men and women. The 10 different styles in their tactical line, value priced from $15...
Read Full Article Pat Covert
Gerber Game Shears

The “Game Shears” segment of the overall cutlery market is a small one, but these handy game-processors are big to the sportsmen who use them. Designed...
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Scope Mounting Guide

You might as well know up front: My only qualifications for dispensing advice on affixing rifle scopes are longevity and incompetence. I’ve wed optics to...
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XS Sights Minimalist Orange Sights

Got an adjustable-sighted S&W revolver and want a heavy-duty fixed sight with a front tritium big dot sure to pop right up when you most need it?
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Shooting Urban Legends In The Foot

Ahh, the urban legend! The centerpiece of countless gun store discussions, campfire stories, bar tales and heated arguments. As a soft-brained purveyor of...
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The Winchester Model 95

Although revered for designing such battlefield classics as the Model 1911 pistol, M1919 and M2 machine guns and the great Browning Automatic Rifle, John M....
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TMT Tactical Glock Makeover

It’s been said — and even sung — “Everything old is new again.” In this issue we’re taking the sentiment to a new level with an old gun given a...
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IWI Tavor X95

The IWI (Israel Weapon Industries) Tavor X95 represents the current apex in the development of modern infantry rifles.
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Cosmi Shotgun

I’ve handled, fired and admired Cosmi shotguns up close. If you get a magnifying loupe out and go over one carefully, you won’t find a single mistake...
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Casting Revolver Bullets

I cast competition-quality BPCR rifle bullets and have more than a few trophies to show for it. If one of my big .40 or .45 caliber bullets drops from its...
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The U.S. .45 SMG in WWII

By the outbreak of World War II in 1939, the concept of military submachine guns was well established in Europe if not so much in America.
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The M2 Carbine

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A Tribute To...

Longtime GUNS Magazine and American Handgunner contributor Mike Venturino passed away on June 9, 2024. In this special tribute episode, Roy Huntington and...
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Just when we thought it was safe to resume normal shooting activities, a major new ammo shortage is looming. In this episode, we discuss why it's happening...
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You Asked, We...

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