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Remington Timeline: 1950 – Remington in the 1950s

by FAN Online Editors

By the close of 1952, Remington Arms Co. employed 5,336 workers in company-owned plants in Ilion, New York, Bridgeport, Connecticut,… more »


Review: Thompson Machine Isis-2 Suppressor

by Patrick Sweeney

The first thing we have to do is get past the model name. Isis? Hey, when the guys at Thompson… more »


Building a Crickett Rifle for Survival

by David Fortier

When I was seven years old, my parents presented me with a single-shot .22 Long Rifle. It was a simple… more »


The Era of the Classic Snubnose Revolver

by Peter G. Kokalis

Double-action revolvers are a long way from moribund. They still have their aficionados and lethal applications. I still frequently carry… more »


Review: Steyr L40-A1

by James Tarr

I freely admit that I am a child of Hollywood, and first became aware of the iconic Steyr AUG due… more »


Mossberg 930 Shotgun Upgrade Guide

by Jim Grant

On paper, few firearms can compare to the raw power of a semi-automatic shotgun. Complexities arise when shooters discover that… more »


Review: Wilson Combat Paul Howe Tactical Carbine

by James Tarr

Bill Wilson—in the form of Wilson Combat—has been hugely successful in the business arena. He started out selling custom 1911… more »


Back to the Future: The Series 70 Colt 1911

by R.K. Campbell

When the word “retro” is used, many things come to mind. A link with the past, the Chevy Super Sport,… more »


Review: POF ReVolt Straight-Pull AR

by Peter G. Kokalis

It’s been close to 120 years since an infantry rifle with a straight-pull action has been introduced. Add to that… more »


Winchester Model 1894 vs. AK47

by James Tarr

John Dean “Jeff” Cooper is an iconic figure in the gun world. He is perhaps best known for promoting “The… more »


Galil ACE Review

by David Fortier

Some like to repeat a mantra that goes “The Soviets created the AK rifle, the Finns refined it, but it… more »


Review: Colt Competition Pistol

by Paul Scarlata

To the vast majority of handgun shooters the words “Colt” and “1911” are more or less synonymous. They go together… more »


Buying and Cleaning a Mosin-Nagant

by Jeff Knox

The days of the $12 Mauser are long gone, but there are still some pretty good deals to be had,… more »


Shooting the MP-28 Submachine Gun

by David Fortier

Without a doubt, it was a bit awkward and the side-mounted magazine didn’t help its balance any. But none of… more »


Elftmann Tactical Drop-in Trigger Review

by James Tarr

I never share funny cat videos, and am not much of a “social” person, but I find myself on Facebook… more »


First Look: Gemtech Tracker Suppressor

by FAN Online Editors

Gemtech announced the release of its Tracker suppressor for 2016, specifically aimed at the hunting market. The Tracker, initially developed… more »


Review: Daniel Defense V11

by James Tarr

Daniel Defense has been making quality, dependable rifles for years, but perhaps the incident that has gotten them the most… more »


Grande Puissance: The FN Browning Hi-Power

by Paul Scarlata

In a day of CAD programs and 3D printers, it is difficult to believe that the world’s greatest firearms designer… more »


Is .40 S&W Dead?

by James Tarr

The line “I brought you into this world and I’ll take you out” is often used jokingly, but it may… more »


A History of the CZ 75

by Peter G. Kokalis

I frequently carried a CZ 75 in a Galco vertical shoulder rig during the war in El Salvador. I was… more »