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Classics: Springfield 1911 Government Model

by Garry James 0

Today, the 1911 Government Model, in all its incarnations, is one of the most popular pistols in the world. However,… more »


Cars & Guns: A Look at Rock River Arms

by Eric R. Poole 0

Driving muscle cars is like shooting in a lot of ways. They are both quintessential Americana and signify control over… more »


The First Shot Fired from an Airplane

by G&A Staff 0

Lt. Jacob E. Fickel fired the first shot from an airplane on August 20, 1910, at Sheepshead Bay race track… more »


WWI Wheelgun: The S&W Model 1917

by Garry James 0

Following the sinking of the liner RMS Lusitania in 1915 and the interception of the “Zimmerman Telegram” (in which Germany… more »


Accuracy Testing a Rifle, Part One

by Tom Beckstrand 0

Every month, Guns & Ammo tests rifles for accuracy. The results are a pretty common source of quantifiable information that… more »


Finding the Hunt of a Lifetime

by Craig Boddington 0

I hear it too often: “Gee, I wish I could do that.” Realistically, there are some hunts I could once… more »


Kimber Desert Warrior TFS 1911 Review

by Keith Wood 0

Americans vote with their wallets and, if market offerings are a reliable indicator of popularity, the 1911 still stands tall… more »

Arma 3 is the premier military simulation PC game, featuring authentic combined arms and combat on unrestricted large-scale terrains. (Bohemia Interactive)

5 Reasons Why Arma 3 Is a Must-Play Military Game

by Andrew Vanlaningham 0

Since the advent of the first-person shooter (FPS) genre of videogames in the mid-1970s, gamers have become increasingly obsessed with… more »


Setting Up a Go-To AR15

by Kyle Lamb 0

I get a lot of questions on my opinion of the perfect setup for a “go-to” AR15. Below I’ve listed… more »


Building a DIY Precision Rifle

by Keith Wood 0

There are few things more satisfying than hearing the smack of a rifle bullet hitting a steel target at long… more »


The British Martini-Henry Rifle

by Garry James 0

Some 1,450 men of Lord Chelmsford’s command lay dead on the South African plain at Isandhlwana. A force of 20,000… more »


Galco Yaqui Slide Holster Review

by Eric R. Poole 0

While serving as a clandestine advisor to suppress Communist insurgencies in Mexico and South America shortly after World War II,… more »


Touring a Chinese AK47 Factory

by Garry James 0

Back in the late 1980s, an AK47 coming into the United States had been produced in the People’s Republic of China…. more »


Military Peculiars: The Benelli M1014

by Eric R. Poole 0

During 1998, I was stationed with a Marine detachment at the U.S. Army Ordnance Center and School in Aberdeen, Maryland…. more »


G&A’s Testing and Evaluation

by Eric R. Poole 0

Guns & Ammo aims to bring its readership the first look at any new guns, ammo, optics and suppressors. Firearm… more »


Review: Benelli 828U 12-Gauge Shotgun

by Skip Knowles 0

A storm battered the ancient walls of the beautiful fortified city for three days during our trip to Urbino last… more »


Training with the LaserLyte Score Tyme Target

by Patrick Sweeney 0

Back in the early days of IPSC shooting, there was a wry observation: “You spend your first hundred-thousand rounds learning… more »


Is the .308 Dead as a Long-Range Tactical Round?

by Keith Wood 0

The .308 Winchester has been the go-to round for military and law enforcement precision shooting for the better part of… more »


Review: SilencerCo Radius Rangefinder

by Tom Beckstrand 0

I expect firearm-​mounted rangefinders to become equally crucial on sniper rifles. When mounted on a rifle, rangefinders can be employed… more »


Classics: 1891 Mosin-Nagant Rifle

by Garry James 0

Like its successor, the AK-47, the Model 1891 Mosin-Nagant and its numerous variations was one of the most widely dispersed… more »