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LaRue OBR 7.62: Sniper’s One Gun

by Tom Beckstrand 0

The role of the sniper and what constitutes a sniper rifle are hotly debated topics. Many firearm enthusiasts define a… more »


Barrett M107A1 .50 BMG

by Eric R. Poole 0

The M107A1 is Barrett’s extreme-range service rifle developed specifically to address the special needs of troops engaged in asymmetric warfare.


DBP87 5.8x42mm: China’s High Velocity Caliber

by David Fortier 0

Chinese ammo designers claim the 5.8mm cartridge outperforms both the 5.56mm and 5.45mm in ballistics and penetration.


China’s Next Generation Bullpup: Type 95

by David Fortier 0

First seen by the West in 1997, the Type 95 is a dramatic departure from the older 7.62x39mm Type 81.


TAR-21: Israel’s Tavor Spreads Its Wings

by James Tarr 0

The Israelis were looking for a new assault rifle, and after extensive testing, they chose the TAR-21, which stands for Tavor Assault Rifle—21st century.

The Croatian VHS bullpup comes in two flavors: the full-length VHS-D or the carbine-length VHS-K.

VHS: Croatia’s Unique Bullpup Carbine

by G&A Staff 0

The development of the VHS started in 2005, and an early prototype surfaced in 2006.


Barrett Model 90, 95 and 99: The Most Powerful Bullpups in the World

by Eric R. Poole 0

A look into the history of Barrett’s Model 90, 95 and 99.

The QBZ95 is surprisingly light and balanced for a bullpup, thanks to its unique barrel-centric internal design. It was also specifically designed to be capable of one-hand firing on or off the shoulder with some accuracy, which could be useful in CQB situations.

China’s Assault Rifle: QBZ95

by G&A Staff 0

The QBZ95 is surprisingly light and balanced for a bullpup, thanks to its unique barrel-centric internal design.


FS2000: Carbine on the Move

by J. Guthrie 0

How Fabrique Nationale d’Herstal’s FS2000 has made its way into being the choice of dozens of modern militaries.


Khaybar: Iran’s 5.56mm Assault Rifle

by G&A Staff 0

In 2003, the Iranian Defense Industries Organization of Islamic Republic of Iran introduced a modern-looking bullpup. It was heralded as a major achievement of the Iranian defense industry.

French soldiers from the 27th Alpine Rangers Battalion and French Task Force Tiger patrol the many valleys of Kapisa province, Afghanistan, April 21, 2009. (DoD photo by Maj. Patrick Simo)

The FAMAS Rifle

by G&A Staff 0

A quick look into the history of the FAMAS Rifle and how it is still used today.


Replacing The AK

by David Fortier 0

When will the Russian army finally replace the AK74M with a truly modern design?

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?


Rifle Team – Training Plan And Drills

by G&A Staff 0

How to set up a plan that works for your team.


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 »


Military Peculiars: The Benelli M1014

by Eric R. Poole 0

During 1998, I was stationed with a Marine detachment at the U.S. Army Ordnance Center and School in Aberdeen, Maryland…. more »


Is the .308 Dead as a Long-Range Tactical Round?

by Keith Wood 0

The .308 Winchester has been the go-to round for military and law enforcement precision shooting for the better part of… more »


The French Model 1874 Gras Rifle

by Garry James 0

Despite being armed with a superior breechloader, France’s defeat by the Prussians in 1871 was both ignominious and unexpected. During… more »


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 »


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 »


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 »


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 »

The Firearms of FN fabrique nationale

The Untold FN Story

by Eric Poole and Garry James 0

It’s very unusual to find a company more than 125 years old that appears to have more history ahead of… more »

Photo by Jeff Rose

Modular Handgun System Update: Army Lays Out Plan to Replace M9 Pistol

by G&A Online Editors 0

The U.S. Army has worked towards replacing its current service handgun — the Beretta M9 — for several years, but… more »


Self-Guided Bullet Testing Right On Target

by G&A Online Editors 5

Imagine yourself engaging a distant target moving rapidly across an open field. You fire, quickly see that the trajectory will… more »


M855 Ammo QUIZ: Do You Know the Hard Facts?

by G&A Online Editors 10

Recent attempts by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATFE) to ban M855 “green tip” ammunition has resulted in a… more »


Beretta Reveals APX Full Size Striker-Fired Pistol

by G&A Online Editors 8

Beretta has announced the addition of a new full size striker-fired pistol to its handgun lineup. The Beretta APX, which… more »


Hat Trick: California National Guard Marksmen Win Third Straight National Championship

by G&A Online Editors 1

Four California National Guard (CNG) infantrymen took top honors in the U.S. Army Small Arms Championship in Ft. Benning, Ga.,… more »


Barrett Reveals M240LW Machine Gun

by G&A Online Editors 14

Barrett has given the U.S. military’s M240 crew-served belt-fed machine gun a makeover for 2015, and the result is the… more »


First Look: SureFire UDR Dominator

by G&A Online Editors 8

SureFire is putting even more illuminating power in the hands of the military, law enforcement, recreational shooters and other users… more »

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