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Traditions Vortek StrikerFire LDR Muzzleloader Review

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

Decades ago, at a time when I was building presentation-grade muzzleloaders and competing with them across the Rocky Mountain states,… more »

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SIG Sauer 1911 Traditional Match Elite Review

by Joel Hutchcroft 1

I put an order in three years ago to get this SIG SAUER 1911 Traditional Match Elite in .40 S&W,… more »

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Old World Style: Steyr SM12 Review

by Joseph von Benedikt 4

Europeans have long held a different notion than Americans of what a big-game rifle should be. Or perhaps it’s the… more »

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Walther PPQ M2 Review

by Jake Edmondson 4

Last year Walther announced an upgrade to its striker-fired, polymer-framed PPQ pistol. Called the PPQ M2, the new gun featured… more »

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Ruger Red Label Review

by Layne Simpson 0

The decision by Ruger officials in 2011 to discontinue production of the company’s Red Label over-under was bad news for… more »

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Anschütz MSR RX22 Review

by Frank W. James 2

The term “modern sporting rifle” (MSR) is important because it denotes the progression of the semiautomatic rifle. For close to… more »

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Nice-Price 1911 Shootout

by Paul Scarlata 22

We ordered in seven basic, full-size, affordable 1911s and put them through a head-to-head shootout to find out which ones… more »

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Ruger American Rimfire Review

by Jonathan Case 9

Who would have thought a new bolt-action rimfire rifle could be a game-changer? I mean, everything is all about autoloaders… more »

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Benelli ETHOS Shotgun Review

by Mike Schoby 3

The name Benelli is synonymous with reliability. My M1 Field, bought 15 years ago, has churned through thousands upon thousands… more »

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LaserLyte Training Tools Review

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

We’ve all heard the mantra about perfecting your shooting skills through dry-fire practice. It’s a time-honored, cost-free method that works…. more »

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