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Dan Wesson 715 Revolver

Posted on: June 8th, 2014

Dan Wesson 715 is back. Dan Wesson announced they are resuming production of their popular line of revolvers in 2014. The “new” Dan Wesson 715 is chambered in .357 Magnum and features an interchangeable six-inch …Continue Reading →


First Look: Stevens Model 555 Over/Under Shotgun

Posted on: May 11th, 2014

Stevens/Savage Arms recently introduced a new line of over/under shotguns that won’t break the bank. Debuting at the 2014 NRA Show, the Stevens Model 555 Over/Under Shotgun is now being produced in 20- or 12-gauge. …Continue Reading →


Reducing Recoil: Traditional vs. Bushing Compensators

Posted on: February 17th, 2014

Compensators are interesting devices. They redirect gas to take the bite out of recoil and reduce muzzle rise. There are two types of compensators for semi-automatic pistols: traditional compensators and bushing compensators. Check it out: …Continue Reading →


What’s the Best Cartridge for Coyote Hunting?

Posted on: December 23rd, 2013

A good predator rifle will shoot under 1 MOA, while the best ones shoot groups of ½ MOA under ideal conditions. Check it out: Most hunters will agree the best round for shooting a coyote …Continue Reading →


Gats for Cats: The Best Guns for Bobcat Hunting

Posted on: September 11th, 2013

Bobcats are very difficult to hunt because they are among the most reclusive, elusive, and wariest animals on the North American continent. But they are relatively easy to kill because they are comparatively small animals, …Continue Reading →


Why Should We Care About 3-D Gun Printing?

Posted on: September 7th, 2013

It seems anytime a new firearm technology hits the market, certain people line up with a host of terrifying reasons to ban it. Remember when Sen. Chuck Schumer D-N.Y. suggested a ban on the importation …Continue Reading →


Winchester Model 1873 Rifle Review

Posted on: June 20th, 2013

Commonly referred to as “the gun that won the West,” Winchester’s Model 1873 was the first really successful centerfire repeating rifle. It was an accurate, ergonomic, reliable rifle chambered for revolver-compatible cartridges so that shooters …Continue Reading →


10 Most Readily Available Military Surplus Guns

Posted on: June 19th, 2013

Surplus firearms have been the lifeblood of on-a-budget American shooters for nearly a century. We’ve all heard the stories of M1903 Springfield rifles for sale—literally barrels of them—for $5 apiece. Our grandfathers purchased them, modified …Continue Reading →


Best Pistol Ever: What Makes the 1911 So Good?

Posted on: May 23rd, 2013

For more than 10 decades the Colt Government Model 1911 has been without challenge the most recognized, most imitated, most influential, and most used semiautomatic handgun in the world. Some call it the best pistol …Continue Reading →


Magnum Research MLR22AT Review

Posted on: February 18th, 2013

You’ve probably already read Layne Simpson’s exclusive report on Kimber’s new flyweight Mountain Ascent rifle elsewhere on this website. Well, we have another brand-new featherweight rifle to report on. It’s Magnum Research, Inc.’s (MRI) new …Continue Reading →


A Flawless Flyweight: Kimber Model 84M Mountain Ascent Review

Posted on: December 24th, 2012

The Kimber Model 84M and I go back to almost its beginning. In 2002 I took one of only two preproduction rifles in existence at the time to New Zealand where I used it to …Continue Reading →


Rising Phoenix: Smith & Wesson Model 586 Review

Posted on: October 20th, 2012

Like a phoenix out of the ashes, Smith & Wesson’s classic, double-action, blued-steel, full-lug-barreled, .357 Magnum L-Frame Model 586 revolver has risen. Okay, maybe that’s a bit overdramatic, but I for one am thrilled that …Continue Reading →


AR-15 Debate: Can the .300 Blackout Really Replace the 5.56?

Posted on: October 4th, 2012

The M4 platform has its detractors, but as long as it’s kept relatively clean and well lubricated, it is as reliable as any firearm extant, and as for accuracy and ergonomics, the M4 is hard …Continue Reading →


Purpose Built for Pork: Savage Hog Hunter Review

Posted on: September 20th, 2012

Though they are not one of our more glamorous game species, feral hogs are quickly becoming our most popular because they are incredibly destructive, fertile creatures. Females become sexually mature at seven months, and they’ll …Continue Reading →


The Rock River Arms 1911 Poly Review

Posted on: August 15th, 2012

Rock River Arms (RRA) is back in the 1911 business, and the company’s new 1911 Poly is the latest polymer-frame 1911 pistol to be introduced by various companies during the past 20 years or so. …Continue Reading →

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