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Spent Cases: Warren Page

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An accomplished hunter, Page was fascinated by all things related to rifle accuracy and cartridge development.

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Virginia Military Institute’s Cadet Rifles

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This institution obtained rifles that were reduced scale and shortened for virtue of a student’s young age.

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The Odd Couple: Kalashnikov And Stoner

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Like-­minded in their education, the two men were opposites.

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Brothers In Arms: John M. And Matt S. Browning

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The brothers learned the gun trade together and hunted all their lives.

Many firearm historians argue that Bill Ruger perfected the Colt SAA with his Blackhawk and Super Blackhawk. This example wears its original factory-
installed stag grips.

The Saga Of The Single Action Army

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It is popular in some circles to view the iconic Single Action Army (SAA) as an exemplar of perfection. It isn’t.

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Ammunition For The AK

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Ammunition for the AK centers on two cartridges, the original 7.62x39mm round and the subsequent 5.45x39mm.

Mikhail Kalashnikov sits in his home discussing his design with the author. A hero in his own country, his rifle is known and respected around the globe.

Meet Mr. Kalashnikov

by David Fortier 0

What sets apart Mikhail Kalashnikov from other famous rifle designers? That’s a fairly simple question to answer. No other small-arms… more »

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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.

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Investing In Your Gun Collection

by Patrick Sweeney 0

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

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My Life With Ruger No. 1

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

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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.

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WWII Pocket Pistols: J.P. Sauer & Sohn .38H

by Patrick Sweeney 0

It is fashionable in some circles to scorn the Germans in World War II for their near-chaotic firearms procurement system…. more »

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WWI Legends: Lt. Frank Luke Jr.

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Lt. Frank Luke Jr. was the first airman to receive the Medal of Honor. He was an American fighter ace,… more »

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The Colt 1903 Hammerless

by Garry James 0

Throughout its 42-year production career, one of John Browning’s most enduring automatic pistol designs has been referred to as many… more »

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The .455 Colt New Service and the RCMP

by Garry James 0

  When I was a kid back in the 1940s and ’50s, there was a great program — first on… more »

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Classics: Kar 98k Mauser

by Garry James 0

From the time it was introduced, the Model 1898 Mauser, with its controlled feed bolt-action system was recognized for the… more »

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Frank Hamer & The Rangers

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A young Frank Hamer — the legendary lawman who helped bring down the notorious Bonnie and Clyde — wears a… more »

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Charlie Wilson at War

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The U.S. had nothing whatsoever to do with these people’s decision to fight,” said former Rep. Charlie Wilson, D-Tx., “but… more »

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The Model 1879 Springfield Trapdoor Carbine

by Garry James 0

By the time the Civil War ended, there was no doubt that the self-contained metallic cartridge was the wave of… more »

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The Royal Irish Constabulary Carbine

by Garry James 0

Over the years, many have pointed to Britain’s “unarmed” police forces as an example of what can be done to… more »

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Seven Decades of the Weatherby Mark V

by Stan Trzoneic 0

Out of all the one-man operations in the past dealing with the making of rifles and related gear, Roy Weatherby’s… more »

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Boddington’s Bucket List Guns

by Craig Boddington 0

So, what guns should you shoot before you cast off this earthly veil? I suppose such a list would be… more »

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The 1983 World IPSC Championship Top 16

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The competitors in the 1983 IPSC World Shoot VI may have accomplished more for the gun industry than any other… more »

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The Spanish-Built Ruby Pistol

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Despite the fact that Europe had been expecting some sort of major conflict for almost 20 years, when war finally… more »

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Classics: Springfield 1911 Government Model

by Garry James 0

Today, the 1911 Government Model, in all its incarnations, is one of the most popular pistols in the world. However,… more »

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The First Shot Fired from an Airplane

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Lt. Jacob E. Fickel fired the first shot from an airplane on August 20, 1910, at Sheepshead Bay race track… more »

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WWI Wheelgun: The S&W Model 1917

by Garry James 0

Following the sinking of the liner RMS Lusitania in 1915 and the interception of the “Zimmerman Telegram” (in which Germany… more »

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The British Martini-Henry Rifle

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http://brightcove=1344510838 Some 1,450 men of Lord Chelmsford’s command lay dead on the South African plain at Isandhlwana. A force of… more »

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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 »

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Classics: 1891 Mosin-Nagant Rifle

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Like its successor, the AK-47, the Model 1891 Mosin-Nagant and its numerous variations was one of the most widely dispersed… more »

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