Winchester’s new XPC Rifle shows off new features that any type of shooter can appreciate.
Firearms News Videos
The CMMG Guard is a pistol-caliber carbine that fulfills the role of a personal home defense weapon for civilians.
Firearms News Contributing Writer Scot Loveland gives us a peak at the Galil Ace 5.56 pistol. Look for a review in issue #2! Hits newsstands January 16, 2018.
There’s more than one way to be a winner; FN’s offering in the Modular Handgun Program has charms all its own.
The model name is a mouthful, but this new version from Springfield Armory offers a lot of value.
Be sure to pick up Firearms News issue #27 which is our big 10mm issue.
Firearms News editor, Vincent DeNiro runs the 115gr. 9mm FMJ ammunition through an M-11/9 sub machine-gun and a Beretta M9A1 Compact Inox pistol.
Wolf Performance Ammunition introduces a worthy subsonic rival to the 300 Blackout.
Get a sneak peak at Federal’s interesting new cartridge and LaRue’s latest shortie AR.
Performed by the legendary rock band Grand Funk Railroad and produced by Frank Zappa, this song appeared on the Good Singin’, Good Playin’ album in the Bi-Centennial year of 1976.
Whether it’s an old H&R Topper or a shiny new AR, keeping your truck gun secure and operational is vital.
James Tarr examines Glock’s two “biggest” 9mm pistols—the Glock 19 and the Glock 17L.
Firearms News Editor Vince DeNiro got a chance to speak with Blackwater Precision’s Jim Thompson and shoot their 9mm Subsonic Match Grade Ammo at the 7th Annual ATG Worldwide Family Range Fest.
What happens when the “neighborhood nutcase survivalist” becomes everyone’s best friend.
Once a year, gun rights leaders and activists get together to discuss the state of the movement, and strategies for advancing the cause.
An integral suppressor brings a new level of fun to the AR platform
In a world full of plastic-framed guns, what good is metal?
Can a Glock pistol also act as a PDW, or is that reaching too far?
A G&A report and details about the P320® Voluntary Upgrade Program.
Picking the right carry load is critical, especially when you’re toting a short-barreled .38 Spl.