MISC. RIFLES

Traditions Nitrofire...

If you’re looking for a simple, weatherproof and impeccably accurate muzzleloader for hunting, the Traditions Nitrofire deserves your first look.
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Collar Buttons For The...

Looking at the studs used to attach men’s collars to the neckbands of the shirts of the era, it’s easy to see where John Barlow's inspiration came from...
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The Guns Of John Dillinger

John Dillinger was an inveterate career criminal who likely did more to promote the Federal Bureau of Investigation than any other single personality save...
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Rifles for troubled times

“If you could only own one gun” is a hardy perennial in firearms literature. For firearms enthusiasts the question is ludicrous — many of us carry...
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Patriotic Guns

In the July issue of GUNS, we’re celebrating one of the most unique things about the United States of America — our right to keep and bear arms!
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The Tippmann Armory...

My fingers twitched nervously above my laptop. My breath came in furtive spurts. The intrinsic import of the moment threatened to cloud my vision.
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Lever Gun Resurgence

My favorite lever guns are a Winchester Model 71 in .348 Winchester, a Model 92 in .45 Colt, a Winchester Model 94 in .30-30 Winchester and a Henry Classic...
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SIG Sauer Tango6T 1-6X24

Back when I wore the uniform, our weapons were the end result of laborious and protracted selection processes.
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Don’t be a (fouled) bore!

Nostalgia is all very well. Looking back, we tend to forget the bad and remember the good maybe a little better than it really was.
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Mounts Count!

Like racing tires and blue-ribbon taxidermy, a costly scope avails you to nothing if stupidly attached.
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Benelli Lupo

When I first heard Benelli was introducing a new firearm, I automatically assumed it was a semi-auto shotgun of sorts as the name Benelli is synonymous with...
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Brownells BRN-PROTO AR15

Thus begins what is, in my opinion, history’s greatest piece of literature.
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Pistol Cartridge Carbines

Almost simultaneous with the appearance of metallic cartridges there came a firearms genre popular to this day — the pistol cartridge carbine.
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Chiappa Little Badger Rifle

Whether natural disaster, economic collapse or worldwide pandemic, you never know when you may need to leave home. And there's perhaps no single better...
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New Products May 2020 Issue

TriStar Arms introduces its new line of Trinity Over/Under Shotguns. The shotguns have CNC-machined aluminum or steel receivers hand detailed with old-world...
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Henry .45-70 Side Gate...

“That’s the stuff dreams are made of,” John Wayne whispered softly inside my cranium.
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Al Kasper, Savage Arms |...

Host Brent T. Wheat speaks with Savage Arms CEO & President Al Kasper about going private, its implications on the future of the brand, his take on the...
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Heritage Rough Rider Rancher

Western movie nostalgia is an interesting phenomenon, because if you’re like me, different guns and holsters remind you of different cowboy flicks.
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Ruger Gunsite Scout

Colonel Jeff Cooper is probably most remembered for the development of the Modern Technique of the Pistol along with the American Pistol Institute, now...
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Drawing First Blood

Shooters sift rifle scopes by price, power, dials, reticles, lens diameter — but what about length?
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Swaging Satisfaction

I have been reloading for over 45 years and casting my own bullets for almost as long. The main reason I got into loading and casting, like many others, was...
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Keep Shootin’

In Part I last month I explained change is inevitable and as we grow older, things we do not necessarily desire are forced upon us.
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Origins Of The M1 Garand

Now, in the 21st century, M1 Garands are highly revered, receive much adulation and are considered World War II’s best battle rifle.
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American Tactical Imports...

If you asked AK enthusiasts to rate the varied models of the venerable Galil by their quality of manufacture and shootability, the Israeli Galil, and...
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Round-Nosed Reverence

Today’s advancements in bullet technology provide sleek, sexy, needle-nosed projectiles with ballistic coefficients north of .500, intended for ranges...
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The M2 Carbine

One of World War II’s most successful infantry weapons was the U.S. Carbine Caliber .30. It was manufactured by no fewer than 10 factories to the tune of...
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The Golden Days Are Here

In the early 1960s I was a pre-teenager fascinated with hunting and shooting — well, in addition to fishing, camping, hiking, baseball, hockey, archery...
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SIG SAUER ASP 20

Are you a big boy or big girl? Then you need a big-kid air rifle! Sure, anyone can buy an “airgun” at the local Cheap Junk Emporium Mart, but you...
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SHOT Show Sights: Show Day 2

A daily photo dump of the best sights from the range and show floor of the 2020 SHOT Show in Las Vegas.
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The .375 Winchester

The .375 Winchester was introduced in 1978 and is a modernized version of the .38-55 Winchester from the 1880s.
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