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Ruger 10/22 Takedown Review

by David Fortier 0

In decades gone by, they used to say there were only two types of riflemen: those who owned Marlin Model… more »

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Building A 1911 Long Slide

by Gus Norcross 10

There is something that draws me to long slide 1911s. I’m not sure exactly what it is but I like… more »

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Walther PPQ M2 .45 ACP Review

by Evan Brune 0

Glock, Heckler and Koch, Luger, Mauser, Luger, and Walther. With a long history of excellence in firearm manufacturing, Walther proves… more »

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Ruger 22/45 Lite Review

by James Tarr 0

In case you haven’t noticed, .22 Long Rifle ammunition has been a bit hard to find for the last two… more »

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Great VEPR 7.62x54R Rifle Upgrades

by Jim Grant 0

Before the recent tide of VEPR 7.62x54R rifle imports landed stateside, the hearty AK-derivative enjoyed a near mythic status among… more »

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Review: Rock Island Armory Baby Rock .380

by David Hunter Jones 0

In the world of carry and concealment, compromise is the name of the game. You want high capacity and velocity?… more »

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Polymer 80 Percent Lower Receiver for ARs

by Steven Matthews 0

Traditional gunmaking materials like steel and aluminum are more and more being replaced by modern polymers. Many of today’s plastic… more »

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Ruger LCP Custom Review

by James Tarr 0

The Ruger LCP (Lightweight Compact Pistol) pocket auto is arguably the company’s most successful handgun model of the last ten… more »

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First Look: Savage-Stevens S1200 Shotgun

by FAN Online Editors 0

Stevens by Savage Arms introduced its first-ever semi-automatic shotgun for 2016. The new 12-gauge S1200 features a smooth-shooting inertia system… more »

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First Look: Savage Model 42 Takedown

by FAN Online Editors 0

Imagine a lightweight, compact “combination” gun that, with the push of a button, can be disassembled and fits within an… more »

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