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Vehicular Gunfight

by Richard Nance 0

A Review of Dave Spaulding’s Vehicle Combatives Course.


Home Invasion

by Tom Beckstrand 0

Key home invasion survival concepts to help you on your journey.


Three State-Of-The-Art .45 ACP Cartridges

by Richard Nance 0

Companies such as Federal, Hornady, and relative newcomer G-2 Research, are pushing the envelope to provide the ultimate personal defense round.

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The Best Gear For The Hardcore Carnivore Hunter

by Joe Genzel 0

Trick them, if you can, with some of the best gear on the market. You’ll need it.


AR: Vertical Grips or Not?

by Kyle Lamb 0

Does a vertical grip on a tactical rifle outrun the negatives?


Handgunning: The Recoil Effect

by Patrick Sweeney 0

Can recoil forces in a lightweight revolver pull a bullet?


Review: The Savage MSR15 Recon And MSR15 Patrol

by Tom Beckstrand 0

These rifles stay true to the 60-plus-year-old Eugene Stoner design and gives the AR-pattern rifle the most accuracy for the least amount of cash.


A New Class Of Ammunition: NovX 9mm ARX Engagement

by G&A Staff 0

Editor Eric Poole introduces you to a new 9mm cartridge from NovX combining a stainless steel case and a polycarbonate/copper ARX bullet.


Finding the right shooting instructor

by Kyle Lamb 0

What to look for when it’s time to spend hard-earned money on firearm training.


Handgunning: Programming Your Brain

by Patrick Sweeney 0

Ever watch a good shooter in a match? You might miss the reloads. How did they get that fast, that smooth or that good?


Hornady Black: 14 Loads Tuned To Run Black Guns

by Chris Mudgett 0

Hornady made finding the right ammo even easier.


Review: Benelli Ethos 28 Gauge

by G&A Staff 0

Sometimes even something small can use a little bit more. That’s the idea behind this new 3-inch 28-gauge autoloader.


Guns & Ammo Tests The New Tango6 Riflescope

by Tom Beckstrand 0

The Tango6 is part of SIG Sauer’s premium riflescope line that caters primarily to long-range and precision rifle work. Tango6 riflescopes can… more »


Carry Jeans: S&S Precision 757 Performance Denim

by Chris Mudgett 0

While your well-worn denim might be comfortable, there is a better option for concealed carry.


Shooting With Your Magazine On The Ground

by Kyle Lamb 0

Using the magazine to stabilize your shooting position allows you to have a more durable position.


Ruger LCP II – Modern & Modest

by G&A Staff 0

The Ruger LCP II features a short and crisp trigger that’s expected to please the owners of striker-fired, polymer-framed pistols.


Hogue Grips – An American Success Story

by Patrick Sweeney 0

The future wasn’t plastic. It was rubber.

A twist of the power ring cranks the scope up from zero magnification to 4 power for targets at 100 yards and beyond. For most competitions, that’s plenty.

7 Reasons Nikon’s Black Force 1000 should be on your wish list

by G&A Staff 0

Nikon’s Black Force 1000 1-4X IL scope allows shooters to engage targets at close range then quickly transition to other… more »

You’ll be amazed at the features you get for less than $650 with the Nikon X1000 scope. You can select magnifications from 6–24X with the turn of a knob. Whether the target’s range is 100 yards or 1,000 yards, start with a low power and increase magnification as needed.

Nikon’s Black X1000 6-24x50sf Makes Long-Range Shots Easy

by G&A Staff 0

Designed for long-range shooting, Nikon’s new Black X1000 has a variable 6 to 24 magnification range and a 50mm objective… more »


Glock Owners Are The New 1911 Crowd

by Kyle Lamb 0

Take a minute and reflect back to the days when we all had the same guns.