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Concealment Furniture

by Eric R. Poole 0

Tactical Walls has introduced a new lineup of durable and attractive concealment tables.


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 »


Desert Tech Covert: Shortest 7.62 Sniper Ever

by Eric R. Poole 0

In this review, Eric Poole takes an exclusive look at the Desert Tech Covert: Shortest 7.62 Sniper Ever.


AR-10 Rifle – ‘Gun Stories’

by G&A Staff 0

“Gun Stories” host Joe Mantegna talks about the origins and history of the AR-10 7.62mm NATO rifle.


The Duel of Hamilton & Burr

by G&A Staff 0

The Wogdon dueling pistols were instrumental in the duel between Federalist Alexander Hamilton and Jeffersonian Republican Aaron Burr.


America’s First .50: Springfield Model 66 Needle Rifle .50-70

by Garry James 0

Gary James discusses the beginnings of the Springfield Model 66 Needle Rifle .50-70, and its importance in American history.

From top: Watson’s Weapons’ The Boss, Safety Harbor SHF/R50 and the Ligamec Ultralite 50 are all economical .50-caliber rifles that make some use of readily available AR-15 parts.

Budget Battle: Shooting .50-caliber Rifle Alternatives

by G&A Staff 0

If you’ve always thought bigbore shooting was just too expensive, consider these .50-caliber rifle alternatives that make owning one easier on the wallet.


Trijicon RMR Type 2

by Chris Mudgett 0

Rugged red dot sights on slides, like the Trijicon RMR Type 2, are the window into the future.


Six Big Window Red Dot Optics

by Chris Mudgett 0

A red dot with a giant screen improves our field of view, which makes this big-window-type of optic very useful for home defense.


1911 Semi-Auto Pistol – ‘Gun Stories’

by G&A Staff 0

“Gun Stories” host Joe Mantegna talks about the origins of John Browning’s legendary 1911 semi-auto pistol.


Anti-Cant: Level the Rifle

by G&A Staff 0

Need help leveling your rifle? Todd Hodnett examines a few anti-cant devices that will help level the rifle.


Sparks & Caps: Traditions Pennsylvania and Kentucky Muzzleloaders

by Richard Venola 0

Traditions is importing affordable replicas from the north of Spain for folks who are curious about getting into the fun of black powder.


McMillan TAC-338

by Tom Beckstrand 0

McMillan continues to offer an extensive line of riflestocks for all members of the shooting community.


Review: Barrett Sovereign Rutherford

by G&A Staff 0

This new Italian over-­under, the Barrett Sovereign Rutherford, comes from the battlefield archetype of long-range rifles.


Firearms Used by the Confederate Army – ‘Gun Stories’

by G&A Staff 0

“Gun Stories” host Joe Mantegna talks about the firearms used by the Confederate States Army during the Civil War.


Review: Bond Arms Bullpup9

by Patrick Sweeney 0

The Bullpup9 is an updated variation of the Boberg XR9-S, which first appeared circa 2007. Last year, Bond Arms purchased the patent and rights for the XR9 from its inventor Arne Boberg.


Introducing Nightforce’s Two New 1-8×24 Low-Powered Variables

by Tom Beckstrand 0

Introducing Nightforce NX8, Nightforce’s smallest and least expensive 1-8X variable that will be competing for the SOCOM contract.

Two state-­of-­the-­art rangefinders, Leupold’s RX-1200i TBR ($500) and Leica’s Geovid R 10x42 R rangefinder/binocular ($1,800). It’s extremely handy to have a rangefinder and binocular in one tool, but there are tradeoffs we must accept.

The Rangefinder Revolution

by Craig Boddington 0

With the rangefinder revolution, distance is no longer a variable (most of the time) for long-range shooters.


Cimarron’s Spencer 1865 Carbine

by Rick Hacker 0

Mention longarms of the Civil War and we tend to think of the 1861 Springfield and other single-shot muzzleloaders. But… more »

The CBQSS has pinch-locking turrets. To release the turret for adjustment, one must pinch together the two halves of the turret before twisting is possible. This deliberate action ensures that the turrets move only when we desire them to do so.

Leupold Mark 8 CQBSS

by Tom Beckstrand 0

Tom Beckstrand examines the qualities of the Leupold Mark 8 CQBSS and how it can add value to your rifles.