The Wraith 10mm

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Korth NXR .44 Magnum

The Dinosaur Slayer

Glock 44

Big G Finally Embraces Rimfire!

Traditions Nitrofire Muzzleloader

The changing face of ‘charcoal burners’

Rifles for troubled times

Making good choices in bad times

The Tippmann Armory
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Beware Of Naked Guns Guys!

Springfield Armory XD-M Elite OPS

The Top-Tier Tactical Tool

Colt Python

The King Of Snakes Live Again

Henry .45-70 Side Gate
Lever Action

Big Medicine — Now Faster To Reload!

Weatherby Mark V
Backcountry 6.5 RPM

New Speed Demon Cartridge For A Lightweight Rifle


Phoenix Weaponry Integrally Suppressed Shotgun

For those who think nothing new can be done with shotgun design, Phoenix Weaponry has someone — or better, something — for you to meet.
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First Look

Fight Back...

Second Amendment activists have long advocated spending money with companies that support — or at least, don’t try to erode —
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In the aftermath of massive inner-city violence over the Fourth of July holiday weekend that left 87 people shot and 17 dead in Chicago, Mayor Lori...
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How to Become a...

A couple of months ago, the Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) and its sister organization, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms...
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Handguns, Rifles And Shotguns

Ruger Lite Rack...

In 2008, Ruger introduced their little LCP .380, which promptly became their biggest hit since their original .22 pistol of 1949. Jeff Quinn at his Gun...
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The Ruger, A...

Hans Taska would spend most of the next hour pushing through swamp-grass, wading a creek and pausing, hunched over, when his guide, Dave Sturm stopped....
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Mossberg At 100

In March, 1919, the nascent O.F. Mossberg and Sons Company was hanging on a thread. Harold Mossberg was the only employee in the rented loft on State Street...
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The .45 Auto Rim

What do you do when you find yourself at war without either the needed weapons nor the ability to produce them as fast as you need them? The answer? Improvise.
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Any reticle that will subtend — or bracket — a known measure at a known yardage can put you on target at any distance, if you know the size of the target.
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Levergun Loads: ...

The first issue of GUNS Magazine arrived in January 1955 when I was a junior in high school. It was notable as the first magazine ever dedicated to articles...
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When You’re Hot

Ever wondered how gunmakers and gunsmiths get that beautiful, mottled coloring you’ve seen on shotgun receivers and gun parts? Want to learn the ins and...
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Make Mine A 1911

In 1911 the airplane was less than 10 years old, Henry Ford was making cars and Chevrolet had tooled-up to compete with him — but when is the last time...
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What did you...

Declare a pandemic and watch legions of fence-sitting non-gun owners scramble to be first in line at the nearest gun store,
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NRA Troubles &...

The guncranks are joined by Jim Shepherd, publisher of The Outdoor Wire, for a discussion on the NRA's recent troubles, plus the impact of other current...
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Cowboy Guns and...

A Rangemaster at Gunsite Academy and 20-year police officer, Lew Gosnell shares how he got his start at the renowned firearms training academy and what he...
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Is Knockdown...

Often misunderstood thanks to exaggerated Hollywood movies and hunting tales, the guncranks attempt to set the record straight on "knockdown power,"...
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