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Classic Test: 1891 Argentine Carbine

richard venola - February 10, 2011

The first Mausers to offer the superb 7.65x53 smokeless were the Model 1889 Belgian

Rifles for North America's Most Dangerous Hunts

Greg Rodriguez - February 04, 2011

Picking the right rifle for the dangers you're likely to encounter will minimize...

Easy Ways to Make Shooting Fun

Greg Rodriguez - February 02, 2011

"Can I shoot that rifle?" my unsuspecting client asked. "You bet," I replied, doing...

The Lone Star AR

Greg Rodriguez - January 13, 2011

Les Baer Custom and Black Hills Ammunition team up to offer a super-accurate AR...

Remington's Early Autoloaders--the 8 & the 81

January 05, 2011

We are likely to not see the likes of the Remington Model 8 and 81 autoloading...

Ruger SR-556

Greg Rodriguez - January 04, 2011

Ruger's introduction of its first AR-15 variant about a year ago--the piston-driven

Going the Distance

J. Guthrie - January 04, 2011

The .50 BMG is not the world's ultimate big-bore long-range cartridge, but the .416

Fun Guns of 2009

Layne Simpson - January 03, 2011

Here are 10 of the most enjoyable firearms the author has fired this year. By...

Why I Like The 28 Gauge

Jim Wilson - January 03, 2011

According to the Sheriff, the 28 gauge is an upland shooter's dream. By Sheriff...

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