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  • Cabot Apocalypse


    Cabot was founded in 2011 by Rob Bianchin when he learned local high-technology manufacturer Penn United was pursuing the manufacture of 1911 components built to the same...

  • Savage Impulse Straight-Pull Rifle


    “Shoot again!” I bellowed, with no one nearby to zipper my mouth. Silence might have improved the outcome.

  • Mag-na-port Putting Bling Back Into Blasting!


    So, in celebration of all things gunny — and fun — we present this arguably over-the-top Springfield Armory Range Officer Target Model, as boldly envisioned by none other...

  • Bergara B-14R


    Everything came down to this shot. The felon was flanked on either side by hostages and there would only be the briefest of windows to make a single critical trigger pull.

  • Gemini Customs Ruger GP100


    “The Ruger GP100 is a lot like a small block Chevrolet engine to me,” Marc explained. “The same basic foundation can be configured into sidearms of different calibers and...

Limited Edition Ruger 75th Anniversary No. 1 Rifle

Limited Edition Ruger 75th Anniversary No. 1 Rifle

The celebration continues with a limited edition Ruger...

Mark Hampton taking a breather during his recent rain-forest hunt in Cameroon.

Mark Hampton, Writer and Handgun Hunter, Passes Away

Mark Hampton, world-famous handgun hunter, author of the...

Armasight Jockey Series Thermal Clip-on Optic

Armasight Jockey Series Thermal Clip-on Optic

Armasight's Jockey Series Thermal Clip-on Optic allows...

Modding the Vic!

Modding is nothing new to firearms owners thanks to burgeoning aftermarket that’s been in place for what seems like eons. The cutlery industry is finally...
Read Full Article Pat Covert
Cammer Technologies 1911 Kits

I’ve known the developers of this very cool product for at least 15 years. Bruce Cockerham and Robert Corkrean are brilliant fellows who have the minds of...
Read Full Article Roy Huntington
SpeedLocker Means Quick Access

Streamlight's SpeedLocker is really a portable lockable storage container, not a safe. Pondering its purpose creates other possibilities: is it something to...
Read Full Article Lindsey Bertomen
A pocket holster for Brent’s AMT Backup .380. It’s essentially a floppy pouch but because these holsters use the friction of a pocket to help retain the gun, it gets a ‘bye.’ However, Brent retired it to the box in the closet!
My Floppy Pouch

If you’ve ever reached for your gun in a dicey situation and discovered it wasn’t present and accounted for — I have — you instantly vow never to...
Read Full Article Brent Wheat
Stocked To Scope

The engineers who designed the Model 70 had grown up shooting with open sights. So did nearly all the hunters who bought the first of these rifles on the...
Read Full Article Wayne van Zwoll
Casting Around For Bullets

The very first cartridge I handloaded carried a bullet cast by myself. As a complete novice, my only source for information was gleaned from firearms magazines.
Read Full Article Mike "Duke" Venturino
The SilencerCo Scythe-Ti
The SilencerCo Scythe-Ti

Rugged, effective, lightweight and quiet, the SilencerCo Scythe-Ti perfectly complements your hunting rifle, competition piece or target gun.
Read Full Article Will Dabbs, MD
Confederate Sixguns

If there ever was a pair of mismatched combatants, it was in the American Civil War. The North had steel; the South had cotton.
Read Full Article John Taffin
Springfield Armory 1911 Operation

I’m going to be honest about something right off the bat — I’ve never been a huge fan of the 1911 platform.
Read Full Article Trent Marsh
Triple K #249 Rifle Cartridge Belt

Nothing says class like well-crafted leather accoutrements. Triple K is now in its fourth generation as a family business making lifetime quality leather...
Read Full Article Frank Jardim

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Handguns, Rifles & Shotguns

Shadow Systems

There’s never been a better time in American history to be a gun nerd. It would have been undeniably cool to stroll out of a hardware store in 1933 with a...
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Savage Arms 110 Scout

Since Scout Rifles first appeared on the radar, I’ve seen a few non-commercial examples ranging from DIY chopped-up surplus bolt actions to spectacular...
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All Choked Up

I only had a second to admire Cider’s point near the alders. I figured he nailed a woodcock and loaded for that small bird but the explosive whirring of...
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Having Fun With The .41

Like most things in my life, I’m usually late to the party. Take the .41 Magnum for example. I’ve just recently jumped on board and become a convert.
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The .38 WCF

People sometimes ask, “What’s your favorite gun?” Or sometimes it’s, “What’s your favorite cartridge?” I always reply, “You mean today? I...
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Dry-Practice

Whether you have a firearm for self-defense or carry a weapon professionally, the best way to develop and hone your fighting skills is with dry-practice.
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Podcasts

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My New Snubbie...

GUNS Magazine Editor and Podcast host Brent T. Wheat has finally joined "The Church of the Snubbie," so naturally, Roy Huntington was his first call. Tune...
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Thompson/Center...

Thompson/Center is dead and gone, right? Wrong! T/C is once again family-owned and in the midst of a rebirth. GUNS Magazine Editor Brent T. Wheat and Roy...
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Mark Hampton
Saying Goodbye...

For the second time in two weeks, a GUNS Magazine and American Handgunner staff writer has died. Today, Roy Huntington and Brent T. Wheat talk about Mark...
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