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An Inside Look: Ruger SR-556 Takedown AR

by Tom Beckstrand 0

Guns that we can take apart and store in a bag are always a fun topic. Ruger’s latest foray into… more »

Sig Sauer LEGION Series

Sig Sauer’s New Legion Series

by G&A Online Editors 0

SIG Sauer’s new Legion Series handguns offer users a chance to join an exclusive group of shooters who will be… more »


A Century of Beretta Auto Pistols

by Garry James 0

With a history dating back to the early 16th century, Beretta is unquestionably the oldest firearms manufacturer extant, and today… more »


The Duck Dynasty and the Future of Duck Commander

by Eric R. Poole 0

G&A: You guys are both golfers if we’re not mistaken. If you had to choose one activity for the rest… more »


Weatherby Introduces New Mark V Rifle and Cartridge

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For the first time since its introduction in 1958, the Weatherby Mark V has undergone a redesign. “Our unrelenting pursuit… more »


From Fastballs to Curves: An Interview with Andrew Cashner

by Eric R. Poole 0

Andrew Cashner is an active Major League Baseball pitcher who has thrown nearly 9,000 pitches since 2010. When not dueling… more »


Coming Soon: Browning Ammunition

by Evan Brune 0

Browning Arms Company has lent its Buckmark to nearly every product seen in the sportsman’s world, with one notable exception:… more »


SilencerCo Introduces New Products

by Evan Brune 0

SilencerCo introduced four brand-new products this week, including the first-ever integrally silenced 9mm pistol. The releases also included two new… more »


Springfield Armory’s Duel 3 in Full Swing

by Evan Brune 0

Get in on this, guys and gals. Springfield Armory‘s going wild. Sept. 19 marks the company’s third duel in their… more »


Best States for Concealed Carry 2015

by Keith Wood 0

Every year, Guns & Ammo ranks the “Best States for Gun Owners,” and the majority of G&A’s readers’ comments focus on state… more »


Review: LaRue Tranquilo .308 Supressor

by Tom Beckstrand 0

LaRue Tactical is known for precision machining, quick-​detach mounts and very accurate rifles. A logical expansion of its precision-​oriented product… more »


10 Covert Tactical Gun Case Options

by Evan Brune 0

Drawing attention is something that rifles and rifle cases do very well. Most tactical gun case options on the market… more »


USPSA Adds New Division

by Evan Brune 0

  The United States Practical Shooting Association has added a provisional Carry Optics division to its competition categories for the… more »


Custer’s Last Gun: Webley RIC Revolver

by Garry James 0

George Armstrong Custer was one of the most colorful and controversial American military figures of the 19th century. Remembered mostly… more »


Introducing the Lyte Ryder from LaserLyte

by Evan Brune 0

If you have a handgun with a rail, LaserLyte has a laser for it. The company’s new Lyte Ryder is… more »


Savage Issues Recall on B.MAG Rifle Bolts

by Evan Brune 0

Owners of a Savage Arms B.MAG rifle in .17 WSM made before September 2015 can receive a free retrofit kit… more »


Introducing the LaserMax Spartan Laser Series

by Evan Brune 0

A handgun-mounted laser has never looked so right. The new LaserMax Spartan Laser Series, available in both red and green, offers several… more »


Kahr Settles in Pennsylvania

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On Aug. 11, Kahr Arms officially became a Pennsylvania company. Its new corporate headquarters, on which construction began in May… more »

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Leupold Screw-On Adjustment Dials Announced

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Tired of scrounging around in your pockets for a quarter to adjust your scope windage a few clicks? Leupold &… more »


Nikon Introduces ProStaff 7 Riflescope Line

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Clear that scope rail, guys. You’ve got something new to put on it. Today, Nikon introduced its brand-new line of… more »