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Henry Big Boy .44 Magnum Review

by Jim Grant 0

Ever since Dirty Harry, the .44 Magnum cartridge has captured the imaginations of millions. At the time of film’s release,… more »

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Benelli 828U Shotgun Review

by Layne Simpson 0

The brand-new 828U has what I consider to be the most interesting breeching arrangement for over-under shotguns to come down… more »

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FN FNS Compact Review

by Joel Hutchcroft 0

Whenever a new handgun model comes on the market, some of the first questions that pop up about it have… more »

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Winchester Long Beard XR Magnum Review

by Drew Warden 0

As many hunters know, coincidences — otherwise known as luck — can be the difference between a successful hunt and… more »

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Ruger AR-556 Review

by Joel Hutchcroft 0

When Ruger announced about five years ago that it was making an AR-style rifle, the gun world went wild. That… more »

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Stevens Model 555 Shotgun Review

by Steve Gash 0

Stevens firearms have been going strong for 150 years. Joshua Stevens and two backers, James Taylor and W.B. Fay, founded… more »

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Fast & Fun: Rock Island Armory .22 TCM Rifle Review

by Joel Hutchcroft 3

Because Shooting Times has reported on Rock Island Armory (RIA) Model 1911s before, many of you are aware that RIA… more »

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Winchester Model 1892 Short Rifle Review

by Layne Simpson 4

Shooting the new Winchester Model 1892 Short Rifle in .44 Magnum reminded me of what a wonderful little rifle it… more »

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Hornady Full Boar Ammo Review

by Steve Gash 0

Hog hunting has become so popular that specially designed firearms and ammunition tailored for it are popping up like weeds… more »

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Alexander Arms 6.5 Grendel Hunter Review

by Steve Gash 0

Alexander Arms introduced the 6.5 Grendel cartridge in 2004. It is unquestionably one of the most thoughtfully designed and efficient… more »

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