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Del-Ton Sport AR-15 Review

  By Jason Herbert No… I didn’t need an AR 15, but with the talking head politicians already starting to dominate our culture for next year’s election, I figured the topic of banning semi-automatic rifles – and their ammo – once again isn’t in the too distant future. Those who …

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New For 2016: Browning Ammo

  It’s no secret that Browning is one of the most recognizable brands in firearms and hunting around the globe. The Buckmark logo triggers instant respect from hunters and shooters everywhere, and Browning firearms have been the favorite of firearm enthusiasts ever since the Browning Auto-5 shotgun revolutionized hunting in …

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Why I Shoot The Ruger 10/22

  By Trampas Swanson It’s no secret that perhaps one of the most versatile firearm platforms throughout the history of the cartridge era of ammunition is the .22 caliber rifle, but what keeps it so popular? One firearm leading the way in that category since its introduction to the market …

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Going Off The Rails: Key-Mod, M-Lok, Picatinny, Weaver, And Rail Systems Explained

  By Jorge Amselle In the bad old days if you wanted to add an optic to your rifle you had to take it to a gunsmith who drilled and tapped the receiver in order to install scope rings. And if you wanted to get tactical by adding a flashlight …

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Taurus 709 Slim Review

  By Jason Herbert I recently exercised my right to carry in Michigan and went with a few friends to take a CPL (Concealed Pistol License) class. I found the class very informative and helpful. After the class, I waited a few months due to finances, and then I finally …

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Glock 34 MOS Product Review

  By Trampas Swanson Originally introduced in 1998, the Glock model 34 was designed to be a competition ready 9 mm pistol based off of the world famous model 17 service weapon. Since its debut, what shooters have discovered is the 5.32 inch barrel G34 makes for a fantastic all …

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Wilson Combat CQB: One Of The Most Perfect Pistols Ever Built

  By Mike Searson On the topic of firearms that will never be sold for any reason, the author actually has a sub group within that category: 1911 style pistols. Over the course of my life as a shooter I have had close to 20 different 1911 pistols either in …

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The US Springfield 1873 .45/70 Trapdoor Rifle

  By Pete Rogers Every year gun manufacturers introduce new and exciting models for hunters and shooters to get excited about. Different calibers, different designs, actions, stocks, triggers, etc. More and more enticing features to cause us to line up and spend hundreds and thousands of dollars to get the …

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The Benelli MP 95E Atlanta

  By Mike Searson Every shooter has a list of firearms that will end up in his will. That is: they will never be sold under any circumstances whatsoever. The shooter will live under a bridge with those guns stashed somewhere before he sells one to pay for a meal …