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Inland Mfg. M37 Trench Shotgun

by Garry James 0

Inland MFG. reincarnates one of the rarest trench gun veterans of World War II and Vietnam.

Real World Training Home Invasion

Real World Training: Home Invasion

by Guns & Ammo TV 0

Eric Poole is in the simulator where he undergoes a home invasion scenario. Craig Boddington and Jeff Chudwin then discuss… more »


Suppressors 101: Matching Suppressors to Sights

by Guns & Ammo TV 0

David Fortier is with is with John Hollister of SIG’s silencer division where they discuss matching the right sights to… more »


Investing In Your Gun Collection

by Patrick Sweeney 0

Everyone should own a copy of the Blue Book of Gun Values.


Honor Defense Honor Guard 9mm

by G&A Staff 0

Perhaps the best-handling new pistol in 2016.


Smith & Wesson M&P45 Shield .45 ACP

by G&A Staff 0

A Shield with more powweeerrrr!

The SSV holster features a plastic IWB J-hook belt clip for 1½-inch belts. A cord serves as a belt-loop lanyard.

The Carry Rig: FirstSpear SSV

by Eric R. Poole 0

The FirstSpear SSV holster works for carrying handguns with popular Streamlight- or SureFire-model pistol lights attached.

SIGSauer M17/M18

Exclusive Test Fire of the Army’s new MHS pistol, the SIG Sauer M17/18

by Eric R. Poole 0

Uncle Sam picks SIG Sauer’s P320. Did the best gun win?


Ed Brown Alpha Elite IPSC Edition Review

by Patrick Sweeney 0

Ed Brown has made a pistol suitable for competition to honor the 40th anniversary of IPSC, the IPSC Edition of the Alpha Elite.


Del-Ton Echo 316M Review

by G&A Staff 0

Based off its performance and features offered for the money, Del-Ton, a North Carolina-based company, makes AR-pattern rifles very efficiently.


My Life With Ruger No. 1

by Craig Boddington 0

Craig Boddington shares his memories and experiences with the over 50 year old single shot rifle from Ruger.


50 Years With Ruger No. 1

by Craig Boddington 0

The Ruger No. 1 was a radical departure. In 1966, Ruger was primarily a handgun manufacturer.


5 Reasons Why Pulsar’s New Thermal-Imaging Trail XP50 Owns The Night

by G&A Staff 0

New thermal-imaging devices, like Pulsar’s Trail XP50, are a boon to predator hunters who do their hunting at night and… more »


Vortex Advanced Manufacturing Group

by Tom Beckstrand 0

One of the most exciting scopes to come out this year is the new Vortex AMG.


The Accidental 6mm Creedmoor

by Tom Beckstrand 0

If you find yourself doing a lot of positional or field shooting and want to see where rounds impact, the 6mm is a great place to start.


The 7mm SAUM

by G&A Staff 0

For dual-purpose long-range shooting, don’t forget the 7mms.


Understanding Misfires

by G&A Staff 0

You’ve experienced a misfire, maybe tried hitting it again, but the damned thing still didn’t go off. Bad ammo? Maybe not.


Metrics That Matter – Test Tracking On Scopes

by Tom Beckstrand 0

In an effort to help the hard-working, underfunded sniper, this article is solely about testing scopes.


Leupold Mk8 3.5-25x56mm

by Tom Beckstrand 0

No scope currently on the market has a list of features as comprehensive as the Mark 8.


Tab Gear Roundup

by G&A Staff 0

Our favorite nylon products for rifle shooters introduced this past year are from the good folks at TAB GEAR, a family-run business operating in Texas.