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At the Range: M16A1 Review

by Guns & Ammo TV 16

When it was first introduced to soldiers during Vietnam, people trash talked the M16 without cease. Some bashed the fact… more »


A Pair of Nines: Taurus CT9 Carbine & PT1911 9mm Review

by Patrick Sweeney 8

A bit more than 25 years ago I invented an “alternative division” in IPSC competition. Well, “I” in that I… more »


At the Range: SIG Sauer MPX Submachine Gun

by Guns & Ammo TV 21

The 50-year wait for a modern submachine gun is over. Introduced at the 2013 SHOT Show, the select-fire SIG Sauer… more »


HK MP5 Sub Machine Gun Review

by Guns & Ammo TV 8

For decades, the HK MP5 sub machine gun has been a staple with military and law enforcement around the world. The… more »


Special Ops Tactical Hanson 14.5 Review

by Sean Utley 0

It’s been a long time. In fact, I can’t remember the last time I’ve shot a rifle with a barrel… more »


NEMO Omen .300 Win. Mag. Review

by Patrick Sweeney 17

In the 1980s, I was delving deep into all things AR. I was shooting them in the first 3-Gun matches,… more »


The Six-Eight Solution: LWRCI M6.8-A5 Review

by Tom Beckstrand 18

Few would argue that the AR-15 has become one of the most relevant rifle designs available today. There are many… more »


Mossberg MVP Patrol Review

by Craig Boddington 14

Well, my cop friends—active and retired, representing several different agencies—liked Mossberg’s MVP Patrol. Here’s what impressed them: It’s compact, at… more »


Citizen Soldier: Beretta ARX 100 Review

by Eric R. Poole 64

It’s been said that there have been three generations of infantry rifles following World War II. The first generation put… more »


‘Dial Seven Six Two’: Smith & Wesson M&P10 Review

by Patrick Sweeney 12

There are a number of shooters—hunting, tactical, defensive, target—for whom the .223/5.56 is simply not enough. While there are intermediate… more »


Wilson Combat Recon Tactical Review

by Jason Teague 1

Around every corner you can find an AR-style rifle built to suit any need you may have. Be it hunting… more »


Spike’s Tactical Compressor SBR-300 BLK Review

by Eric R. Poole 4

The Spike’s Tactical Compressor is a factory-produced SBR with sound suppressor—the first whose suppressor requires no maintenance. Weighing just seven… more »


Bravo Company M4A1 EAG Tactical Review

by James Tarr 0

I first came across Bravo Company USA several years ago when I was upgrading one of my M4s, and it… more »


DPMS 300-AAC Blackout Review

by G&A Online Editors 2

The new DPMS 300-AAC Blackout merges a DPMS A-15 (A-15 is DPMS’ receiver model name) lower with an upper chambered… more »


LaRue Tactical Costa Edition Hybrid Review

by Tom Beckstrand 3

Texas has some mighty fine BBQ. In the not-too-distant past I was enjoying some of said BBQ with my fellow… more »


Perfect Predator Package? Nosler Varmageddon AR Review

by Craig Boddington 4

It was well past dark when I got back to the house. I’d called carefully and plaintively, even working a… more »


Heavy-Hitting Lightweight: Traditions Vortek Ultralight LDR Review

by Layne Simpson 0

The inline muzzleloader I’ve hunted most with for the past few years weighs nine pounds, two ounces, scoped. That’s heavy… more »


CZ M550 American Safari Magnum Review

by Steve Gash 1

Let’s get something straight right up front: In the realm of safari rifles, the .375 H&H Magnum really has no… more »


Well Worth the Weight: Kimber 84M Mountain Ascent Review

by Craig Boddington 4

There’s one thing I don’t like about Kimber’s new Mountain Ascent: It only comes with a right-hand bolt. This drives… more »


Fade to Black: Daniel Defense DDM4 300 SBR Review

by Eric R. Poole 5

This DDM4 from Daniel Defense is a prototype. Available in March 2013, this is a short-barreled offering with a 10.3-inch… more »


Browning X-Bolt Composite Stalker Review

by Payton Miller 6

It wouldn’t be stretching things to say that the Browning’s X-Bolt—introduced in 2009—represents an improvement over the company’s A-Bolt, which… more »


Terrific Thompson: Auto-Ordnance Semi-Auto Thompson Line

by Garry James 9

Seldom does one firearm define an entire era—even the Wild West required the Colt Single Action and the Winchester 73—but… more »


Go Big or Go Home: Colt LE901-16S Review

by Patrick Sweeney 23

It has been fashionable for many years—decades in fact—to bash Colt. I’ve indulged in it myself and, to be truthful,… more »


Rock River Arms LAR-47 Review

by Marco Vorobiev 16

I realized I was empty. Without delay I dropped the empty magazine out of the rifle and pulled a bright-orange… more »


Apocalypse Sniper: APA Zombie Sniper Review

by Tom Beckstrand 31

During a Zombie Apocalypse, we will survive only by working together in teams. The idea of surviving for long as… more »


Ruger 10/22 Takedown Review

by Craig Boddington 41

The .22 Long Rifle is the world’s most popular caliber, with annual sales running into the billions of cartridges (yes,… more »


Stag Arms Executive Survivor’s Kit Review

by Payton Miller 23

The concept of a bug-out bag (or kit) is nothing new. Whether it came into being in the wake of… more »


CZ 455 Varmint Evolution Review

by G&A Online Editors 8

A couple of issues ago we reviewed CZ’s 455 FS, a very traditional-looking Mannlicher-stocked bolt-action sporter in .22 WMR—definitely on… more »


Ambush Firearms 6.8 Hunter Review

by Patrick Sweeney 5

At the SHOT Show there are definite demarcations In the LEO area: Everything is black. In the hunting area, everything—even… more »


Big Iron, Little Iron: CZ Model 550 American Safari Review

by Wayne van Zwoll 4

He loaded up as if the rifle were a .30-06, thumbing the cigar-size .505 Gibbs rounds onto the follower as… more »

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