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11 Great Pistol Caliber Carbines

by Brad Fitzpatrick 0

The most obvious reason to own a carbine and a rifle in the same caliber is practicality. If your rifle… more »


First Look: Ruger .300 AAC Blackout Mini-14 Tactical Rifle

by G&A Online Editors 0

Ruger is adopting the .300 AAC Blackout cartridge into its product line by introducing a new version of the Mini-14 Tactical rifle, chambered… more »


At the Range: LWRC Six8 Razorback

by Guns & Ammo TV 2

We’ve seen a great deal of experimentation with ARs built to feed cartridges other than the standard .223 Rem./5.56 NATO, and… more »


First Look: CMMG Mk47 Mutant

by G&A Online Editors 13

CMMG Inc. has just announced the release of its new Mk47 Mutant rifle platform, which pairs the accuracy and appearance… more »


tweAK the ’47: Modifying the Century Arms C39 Classic

by Dusty Gibson 3

Given its proven reliability in nearly every environment on Earth, the AK is widely recognized as one of the most dependable firearms… more »


First Look: Steyr AUG A3 M1

by G&A Online Editors 0

Steyr Arms has introduced its new, multi-configurable M1 variant of the AUG A3 bullpup rifle. The Steyr AUG A3 M1… more »


MKS Supply to Produce New M1 Carbines

by G&A Online Editors 22

  MKS Supply has announced that it is reproducing the original, WWII-era Inland brand M1 Carbine. The new .30-caliber M1… more »


What to Watch For: The NEW ArmaLite

by Dusty Gibson 2

Synonymous with the development of the iconic AR-10 and AR-15 rifle platforms, the name ArmaLite carries a rich history with American shooters…. more »


M1 Carbine: America’s Unlikely Warrior

by Garry James 2

With the advantage of hindsight, it almost seems there were some guns that were just designed for the later-day firearms… more »


The Carbine Compromise

by Jeff Cooper 21

 Editors Note: This article by Jeff Cooper was originally printed in the October 1966 issue of Guns & Ammo. A carbine’s… more »


At the Range: I.O. Inc. AKM247C

by Guns & Ammo TV 3

With the recent sanctions imposed against Russian corporation Kalashnikov Concern, new Russian AKs are officially off the table for U.S…. more »


At the Range: Dueling Springfield Armory M1As

by G&A Staff 7

Springfield Armory’s M1A has taken on many roles through the years and continues to prove its abilities from home defense… more »


Return of the Arsenal SLR-107FR

by G&A Online Editors 2

Arsenal, Inc., has announced the return of its best-selling rifle, the SLR-107FR. The 7.62x39mm stamped receiver, semi-automatic Arsenal SLR-107FR utilizes… more »


M1 Garand: The Best Small Arm of D-Day

by Garry James 8

The American GI had a great advantage in World War II: He went into the fight carrying the best battle… more »


First Look: Gilboa Snake Double Barrel AR-15

by G&A Online Editors 80

Sporting a unique double-barrel design, the Gilboa Snake is built to deliver twice the firepower. Chambered in .223 Rem./5.56 NATO,… more »


At the Range: Barrett M107A1

by G&A Online Editors 3

A redesigned version of the original M82A1/M107, the new Barrett M107A1 is engineered to be lighter and stronger than its… more »


First Look: Mossberg MMR Hunter 7.62

by G&A Online Editors 8

Mossberg is adding a .30-caliber offering to their MMR-series of rifles with the MMR Hunter 7.62. Chambered for 7.62x51mm NATO, the rifle… more »


First Look: Arsenal SAM7UF

by G&A Online Editors 7

Arsenal, Inc. is announcing the introduction of their SAM7UF rifle. If this AK-variant looks familiar, that’s because Arsenal released a… more »


First Look: DPMS GII .308

by G&A Online Editors 5

The DPMS GII .308 Win. rifle combines the dimensions and components of the AR-15 and AR-10 into a new hybrid… more »


First Look: Krebs Custom KV-13

by G&A Online Editors 1

The Krebs Custom KV-13 is pioneering an entirely new look and feel for AK-style rifles. The VEPR-based KV-13 combines the features we’ve… more »


First Look: SIG Sauer 556xi Rifle

by G&A Online Editors 6

New for 2014, the SIG Sauer 556xi rifle was designed to serve the growing demand for completely modular weapon platforms…. more »


First Look: Arsenal SLR-104FR AK-74 Rifle

by Chris Mudgett 0

There is great news in store for all of you AK fans out there. Arsenal Inc. has just informed us… more »


G&A Retrospective: M1 Garand Turns 78

by G&A Online Editors 0

The man who started it all was born in Canada on January 1, 1888, and emigrated to Denisonville, CT, while… more »

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Mikhail Kalashnikov Passes Away, Leaves AK-47 Legacy

by Chris Hendrix 5

Mikhail Kalashnikov has passed away today in Izhevsk, Russia. While the official cause of death has yet to be released,… more »


How to Configure the 7.62mm Sniper System

by Kyle Lamb 8

These days there are many choices in the gas-operated 7.62mm sniper system world, which sometimes makes it confusing as you… more »


WWII Rifles in the Pacific: M1 Garand vs. Arisaka

by Garry James 9

That the Pacific Theatre of World War II was a harsh testing ground for both men and materiel is certainly… more »

aks around the world

20 AK-47 Variants You Want to Own

by Tim Pack 23

The Kalashnikov AK-47 and its variants are the most widely used military rifles in the world. It has been put… more »


How to Customize Your Springfield Armory M1A

by Eric R. Poole 19

“Have your way with it,” said Officer Avery. This local police officer had just stopped by my shop and dropped… more »


First Look: Alexander Arms Ulfberht .338 Lapua Magnum

by G&A Online Editors 12

Bill Alexander, founder and chief product designer of Alexander Arms, gave us a first look at the Alexander Arms Ulfberht… more »


Introducing the Arsenal SAM7SF AK-47

by Eric R. Poole 49

It’s hard to keep a secret, especially for two years. For the last few weeks, Arsenal has been sending out… more »

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