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Concealed Carry

CCW Phenomenon

While next weekend will see me attending the annual Gun Rights Policy Conference in Dallas (well, actually Irving), Texas, a live face-to-face event for the...
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Compromise Part...

On the Fourth of July in 1925 a young cowboy decided to celebrate by firing his Colt .45 Single Action.
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The 3" Colt Python

Introduced in 1955 and advertised as the Cadillac of revolvers, the Colt Python became something of a cult gun to my generation of handgunners.
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FIRST LOOK

NEW GUNS AND GEAR
streamlight dualie color rite flashlight
Streamlight...

The new Streamlight Dualie 3AA Color-Rite Light offers three output modes: a spot beam for distance illumination, a soft, wide flood beam to illuminate work...
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Henry Lever Action Axe
The Henry Lever...

This week, our First Look focuses on the Henry Lever Action Axe in .410. Regardless of its short overall length, the Axe is only considered a firearm, which...
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iwi masada
The IWI Masada:...

This week, Nic Lenze takes his First Look at the IWI Masada, a pistol that offers everything you need in a 9mm striker-fired pistol, and for less money than...
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FOR WOMEN

SPECIALLY SELECTED CONTENT FOR ALL SKILL AND INTEREST LEVELS
Benelli Ultra...

Benelli’s Ultra Light 20-gauge semi-auto shotgun was designed for upland game and maneuvering through brush and trees.
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Otis Technology...

Don’t let the name fool you. This tactical all-in-one cleaning kit isn’t just for tactical uses.
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SilencerCo Gas...

SilencerCo’s Gas Defeating Charging Handle (GDCH) creates a seal between the rear upper and lower receiver, eliminating the direct path of gas to the...
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Gunsmithing

Compromise Part...

On the Fourth of July in 1925 a young cowboy decided to celebrate by firing his Colt .45 Single Action.
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Langdon GLOCK

For a while, it was something of a secret among the cognoscenti that world champion Ernest Langdon, who shot and gunsmithed his way to fame with the DA...
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XS AR...

Sometimes the most simple-looking tool can astound with its versatility. If you work on AR-style guns, you know how surprisingly fragile the lowers and...
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Handloading

WHAT WORKS BEST FROM OUR EXPERTS
The .35 Remington

In the early 20th century, the powers at Remington were looking forward. They viewed the levergun — the king of rifles at the time — as somewhat...
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Black Powder Sixguns

Looking for the best load for percussion sixguns is not all that different from cartridge-firing sixguns in the endless possibility of choices
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Tank’s Five...

Of all the cartridges I load, the .45 Colt is my favorite. Sure, there are better cartridges for certain applications, but no other cartridge stands-in and...
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Hunting

Back To The Future

The last time-travel event was in June 2022. I had just picked up another Ruger 10/22, this one a carbine with plastic stock and stainless steel barrel.
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Leica...

Before optical sights, hunters managed to kill game without using rangefinders. If the brass bead dwarfed the deer, the shot was too long. When the sight...
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‘What’s your...

Friends and relatives sometimes ask for advice on cartridge choice for big game hunting and they seem surprised I don’t have any particular favorites.
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TRAINING TIPS

Forever Armed

Weaponry is in the eye of the beholder. The ability to recognize and apply practical, functional improvised weapons can ensure that you always have a...
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Ready ... Or Not?

What is the proper position of your gun if a threat is near?
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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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