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Alexander Arms .17 HMR Autoloader Review

by Patrick Sweeney 10

When the .22 WMR was unveiled in 1959, magnums were all the rage. And it indeed proved to be a… more »


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 »

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