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SIG Sauer P320 Public Service Announcement

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


Virginia Military Institute’s Cadet Rifles

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


The Odd Couple: Kalashnikov And Stoner

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Like-­minded in their education, the two men were opposites.


Brothers In Arms: John M. And Matt S. Browning

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The brothers learned the gun trade together and hunted all their lives.


Review: SCCY CPX-3

by Tom Beckstrand 0

A carry-worthy .380 for chump change?

For nearly 10 years, the High Threat Concealment Low Profile System has been issued to U.S. State Department Diplomatic Security Special Agents working in the world’s most dangerous locales. $600

High Threat Concealment

by Chris Mudgett 0

The outfit that protects worldwide diplomacy.


Real World Training: School Mayhem

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Patrick Sweeney is in the simulator with a police officer in a school shooting scenario.


Suppressors 101: Inland MFG. dB Suppressor Foam

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Tom Beckstrand meets up with Ron Norton of Inland Manufacturing to discuss their new foam product for use with suppressors.


Firearms Training And Performance Under Pressure

by Kyle Lamb 0

With each and every realistic scenario, we build mind-muscle memory that we will draw on during a confrontation.


Galco’s Sporting Collection

by Eric R. Poole 0

Many gun owners are unaware that Galco offers a growing line of fine leather goods for sportsmen.

The author’s odd, old and strong grip is very stiff against recoil —and very tiring. There are better ways.

How hard should you grip your pistol?

by Patrick Sweeney 0

Ask a slew of instructors, and they’ll tell you everything that works. They just won’t agree on what works.


Real World Training: Intruder in Entryway

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Eric Poole enters the simulator to experience what happens when an intruder is in the entryway of your home. Patrick Sweeney and Jeff Chudwin offer advice.


Suppressors 101: Ruger Rimfire Suppressors

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Eric Poole talks with Mark Gurney of Ruger about their line of rimfire suppressors.

Many firearm historians argue that Bill Ruger perfected the Colt SAA with his Blackhawk and Super Blackhawk. This example wears its original factory-
installed stag grips.

The Saga Of The Single Action Army

by Patrick Sweeney 0

It is popular in some circles to view the iconic Single Action Army (SAA) as an exemplar of perfection. It isn’t.


Replacing The AK

by David Fortier 0

When will the Russian army finally replace the AK74M with a truly modern design?

The new RAPiD Safe AR Wall Lock provides quick access to your AR or shotgun for home defense.

New Gun Safe Provides Quick Access To AR-15 Rifles

by Richard Nance 0

More Americans are relying on AR-­15s for home defense than ever. Unfortunately, an AR locked in a traditional closet safe… more »


Suppressors 101: Point of Impact: Suppressed vs Unsuppressed Capture

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Tom Beckstrand and John Hollister of SIG discuss how suppressors affect a rifle’s point of impact.


Daniel Defense 5.56 DDM4 V7 Semiauto

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Tom Beckstrand examines the DDM4 V7 rifle from Daniel Defense.


Ammunition For The AK

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Ammunition for the AK centers on two cartridges, the original 7.62x39mm round and the subsequent 5.45x39mm.

Mikhail Kalashnikov sits in his home discussing his design with the author. A hero in his own country, his rifle is known and respected around the globe.

Meet Mr. Kalashnikov

by David Fortier 0

What sets apart Mikhail Kalashnikov from other famous rifle designers? That’s a fairly simple question to answer. No other small-arms… more »