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Guns & Ammo Tests The New Tango6 Riflescope

by Tom Beckstrand 0

The Tango6 is part of SIG Sauer’s premium riflescope line that caters primarily to long-range and precision rifle work. Tango6 riflescopes can… more »


Carry Jeans: S&S Precision 757 Performance Denim

by Chris Mudgett 0

While your well-worn denim might be comfortable, there is a better option for concealed carry.


Shooting With Your Magazine On The Ground

by Kyle Lamb 0

Using the magazine to stabilize your shooting position allows you to have a more durable position.


Ruger LCP II – Modern & Modest

by G&A Staff 0

The Ruger LCP II features a short and crisp trigger that’s expected to please the owners of striker-fired, polymer-framed pistols.


Hogue Grips – An American Success Story

by Patrick Sweeney 0

The future wasn’t plastic. It was rubber.

A twist of the power ring cranks the scope up from zero magnification to 4 power for targets at 100 yards and beyond. For most competitions, that’s plenty.

7 Reasons Nikon’s Black Force 1000 should be on your wish list

by G&A Staff 0

Nikon’s Black Force 1000 1-4X IL scope allows shooters to engage targets at close range then quickly transition to other… more »

You’ll be amazed at the features you get for less than $650 with the Nikon X1000 scope. You can select magnifications from 6–24X with the turn of a knob. Whether the target’s range is 100 yards or 1,000 yards, start with a low power and increase magnification as needed.

Nikon’s Black X1000 6-24x50sf Makes Long-Range Shots Easy

by G&A Staff 0

Designed for long-range shooting, Nikon’s new Black X1000 has a variable 6 to 24 magnification range and a 50mm objective… more »


Glock Owners Are The New 1911 Crowd

by Kyle Lamb 0

Take a minute and reflect back to the days when we all had the same guns.


LaserMax’s New GripSense Activation Technology

by Chris Mudgett 0

Technology that lets you choose how to turn it on.


Hypervelocity ammunition? When is enough, enough?

by Patrick Sweeney 0

Should you consider a hypervelocity load? It depends on your needs, your desires and the situation.


Choose A Carry Position

by Richard Nance 0

With so many holster and cover-garment options, deciding how to carry a firearm can be a daunting task.

Five Ways To Better Secure Your Home

by Jeremy Stafford 0

Physical steps to take either to secure your home or make it a less desirable target.


Self Defense: Know The Law Or Suffer The Consequences

by Richard Nance 0

By understanding the law, you will be more confident and therefore less hesitant when responding to an attack.


Seven Habits Of Highly Dangerous People

by Jeremy Stafford 0

Habits which make you more effective in the pursuit of your security and the security and safety of your loved ones.

Designed for concealed carry of small- to medium-framed handguns, Tru-Spec’s Concealed Holster Shirt is also useful for transporting money and documents, and items such as small cameras, spare magazine, etc. The pockets are comfortably reinforced with moisture-wicking and microbial protection. $53

Tru-Spec Concealed Holster Shirt

by Eric R. Poole 0

The Tru-Spec Concealed Holster Shirt is a new approach to an old idea.

Operation Hearing Aid

by Kyle Lamb 0

For the guy who thinks auditory exclusion will save your hearing.

The Baby UpLula will load single-stack magazines without a projecting side pin for cartridges between .22 and .380. The 22UpLula is a new .22LR double-stack loader for wide-body pistol mags. $39

Maglula To The Rescue – Loading Your Magazine Quickly

by Patrick Sweeney 0

Today, large-­capacity magazines are as common as dirt, and thumbing 15 rounds or more can be work.


Spent Cases: Warren Page

by G&A Staff 0

An accomplished hunter, Page was fascinated by all things related to rifle accuracy and cartridge development.


SIG Sauer P320 Public Service Announcement

by G&A Staff 0

A G&A report and details about the P320® Voluntary Upgrade Program.


Virginia Military Institute’s Cadet Rifles

by G&A Staff 0

This institution obtained rifles that were reduced scale and shortened for virtue of a student’s young age.