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A History of the 10mm Auto

by Tom Beckstrand 0

Most of our readers know that Colonel Jeff Cooper loved the 1911 and thought that it was and is the… more »

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Sightmark Pinnacle Scope Review

by Tom Beckstrand 0

Sightmark is a lesser known optics company, but it has recently brought a premier scope line to market. The Sightmark… more »

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Shooting Chronograph Assassin

by Patrick Sweeney 0

“Hello, my name is Patrick, and I am a serial chronograph murderer.” No, not the very spendy chronograph timepiece you… more »

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Review: POF ReVolt Rifle

by Tom Beckstrand 0

Good rifles are always designed to meet specific needs. Cartridge selection, action type, size and weight specifications are all created… more »

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America’s First Fifty: The .50-70 Centerfire

by Garry James 0

When most people think of an American military .50 caliber, the round that comes to mind (deservedly so) is the… more »

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Using a Tactical Light

by Kyle Lamb 0

With a lot of focus on firearm-mounted tactical lights used by the military and law enforcement communities around the country,… more »

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5 Things to Check in Your Concealed Carry Ammo

by Patrick Sweeney 0

We all do it. We pour a handful of ammo out of the box, stuff it into magazines and then… more »

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Viridian Reactor 5 Holster Review

by Eric R. Poole 0

The traditional problem with using several types of laser designs on a carry gun is finding a holster that allows… more »

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Sniper Supreme: Model 41B Swedish Mauser

by Garry James 0

If you’re going to be neutral, it’s wise to have a damned good military capability. There’s probably nothing harder to… more »

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The Beretta M9 and the MHS Trials

by Eric R. Poole 0

“Pizza Box” is the derogatory nickname given to the square-shaped marksmanship badge no Marine wants. It was often a presumption… more »

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Hunting Ammunition from Sako

by Tom Beckstrand 0

I don’t know exactly how Sako became so proficient at building bolt-action rifles, but it has been at it a… more »

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Thoughts on Detachable Scope Mounts

by Craig Boddington 0

Part of the drill before any hunting season is getting to the range and making sure everything is right. For many… more »

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Curves are Good: Taurus Curve Review

by Patrick Sweeney 0

There is one aspect of people that you may have noticed: They aren’t flat. Oh, you’ll hear admiration of someone’s… more »

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Hecho en México: Aguila Ammunition

by Alfredo Rico 0

Like most days, it’s a hot, humid, Florida-like afternoon in Cuernanvaca, Morelos, Mexico, also known as the City of Eternal… more »

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Schmidt and Bender Scopes

by Tom Beckstrand 0

My first experience with Schmidt and Bender scopes was when I transferred from a regular Special Forces A-team to a… more »

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The Iconic M1 Garand

by Garry James 0

The American GI had a great advantage in World War II: He went into the fight carrying the best battle… more »

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Classics: P.08 Luger

by Garry James 0

The Luger, P.08 or Parabellum–whatever you choose to call it–could very reasonably be considered the most important automatic pistol ever…. more »

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Great New Suppressors for 2016

by Keith Wood 0

No industry can survive, much less thrive, without growth. In the outdoor industry, suppressors or “silencers” are one of the… more »

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Leupold Optics Offers Defensive Pistol Class

by Evan Brune 0

It was a rare cloudless morning outside of Portland, Ore., when the training team from Leupold Optics kicked off its… more »

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Learning to Shoot With Your Weak Hand

by kpfaff 0

Learning to shoot with your weak hand is an important step. But do you really have a “weak” hand? Our… more »