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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 »


5 Things to Check on Your AR-15

by Patrick Sweeney 0

In case you didn’t know, I’m not popular with the crowd that worships at the altar of mil-spec. Yes, it… more »


The .35 Whelen Story

by Layne Simpson 0

Remington forever legitimized the .35 Whelen when it began loading it in 1988. Eventually, Big Green would offer it in… more »


Nightforce SHV F1 4-14x50mm Scope Review

by Keith Wood 0

A few years ago, Nightforce Optics set out to produce a line of scopes aimed at a wider consumer market;… more »


A Battle Belt for Home Defense

by Chris Mudgett 0

Realistically, when most of us investigate a bump in the night or answer an unexpected knock on the door, we… more »


Flashbang Holsters: For Women Only

by G&A Online Editors 0

More often than not, it’s easier for men to dress around their concealed carry kit than women. Despite the efforts… more »


Hidden Compartment Furniture Options

by G&A Online Editors 0

Gun owners know how important it is to keep firearms safely secured in the home. Oftentimes, securing firearms means buying… more »


How Reflex Sights Will Help Your Shooting

by Richard Nance 0

Red dot or reflex sights have been popular AR-15 accessories for years because they simplify the aiming process. Unlike iron… more »


Elmer Keith & Jack O’Connor’s Ruger No. 1s

by G&A Online Editors 0

Guns & Ammo caught up with Senior Editor Garry James at the 2016 NRA Show, where we saw two Ruger… more »


Concealed Carry Purse Options for Women

by G&A Online Editors 0

Women who carry a concealed handgun tend to have limited options for where to carry their defensive firearm. Often, women’s… more »


First Look: Turnbull Manufacturing 1911s

by G&A Online Editors 0

Turnbull Manufacturing has long been known for its work in restoring antique firearms to factory-new condition using traditional tools and… more »


First Look: Berne Apparel CCW Pants

by G&A Online Editors 0

New for 2016, Berne Apparel announced the addition of CCW pants to its lineup of concealed carry workwear. The CCW pants… more »


First Look: Versacarry Versacarrier

by G&A Online Editors 0

Versacarry Holsters, known for its minimalist holster designs, released a low-profile spare magazine carrier for 2016 called the Versacarrier. The… more »