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6 Great Options For Youth Model Shotguns

  Teaching responsible firearm ownership is more important than ever today, and it all starts with early exposure to firearms as a youth. You can teach the basic principals of firearm safety and function on a full-sized firearm, but when it comes to learning how to properly handle a firearm, …

USCCA Exhibitors at Atlanta Expo Offered Conceal Carry Gear for Women

  By Nancy Jo Adams With the state of society in these times, it has never been more important than now to be concerned with personal protection. Not only is it important to have the knowledge of properly stowing conceal carry weapons and how to effectively use them, it is …

The FN 7.62 Minimi

  By John M. Buol Jr. The United Kingdom and New Zealand are adopting the 7.62mm version of the FN Minimi. Other countries already making use of the 5.56 Minimi’s big brother are the the Australian Defense Force as the F89 Maximi, USSOCOM as the Mk. 48, the Spanish Navy …

Five Benchmade Knives Under $200

  It’s hard to beat a Benchmade knife, especially when you think about the quality you’re getting for the price. There are no cut-rate knives or cheap $20 folders in the Benchmade line, only knives that you can count on in any situation. Founded in 1979 and located in Oregon …

Go BIG With Barronett – Pentagon Blind Review

  By Nancy Jo Adams The exceptionally keen eyesight of most wildlife, especially wild turkey, makes it important for hunters to be as concealed as possible in the woods. Often, wildlife will see hunters long before a hunter ever had a clue the game animal was even in the vicinity. …

Apex Tactical Triggers Product Review

  By Trampas Swanson For years now, the concept of custom trigger options on factory production guns has been limited to spring kits or serious money spent with gunsmiths to grind, clip and polish factory triggers to give the end users a smoother, crisper trigger. Due to cost or limitations …

Walther PPS M2 Product Review

  By Trampas Swanson Typically, when someone sees Walther Arms mentioned in a review, it is shortly followed by the traditional James Bond or 007 references due to a clear lack of understanding of the rich and full history of the company itself. For over 130 years, the firearms industry …

The CZ52 Pistol

  By Mike Searson One of the most unusual designs to come from arms maker Ceská Zbrojovka (CZ) is the CZ52 pistol. Over 200,000 of these single action pistols were built between 1952 and 1954, and they served the Czech military for over 30 years. After the fall of the …

Leupold D-EVO/LCO Review – Part 2: In Use

  By Kip Staton Continued from: Leupold D-EVO/LCO Review – Part One: Overview In Use Despite all the hype surrounding the launch and initial sales of the D-EVO and LCO, there’s nothing really extraordinary about actually using them. Yes, there is the pleasant phenomenon of having both-sight-pictures-at-the-same-time, but at the …