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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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IWI Tavor: History and Development

by Peter G. Kokalis 1

The state of Israel declared its independence from Great Britain on 14 May 1948. Since that time it has been… more »

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Steyr AUG A3 Review

by James Tarr 0

Getting a new full-auto Colt Commando is pretty much a non-starter unless you’re a police department. There is no such… more »

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How to Buy Military Surplus Guns

by Paul Scarlata 2

This article is condensed from the Introduction of the author’s book “Collecting Classic Military Bolt Action Rifles.” It and his… more »

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Direct Impingement vs. Gas Piston ARs

by James Tarr 20

During the 1980s and ’90s, gun magazines were obsessed with contests. The obsession didn’t lie with giving away prizes but… more »

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Sako TRG M10: A 21st Century Sniper

by David Fortier 0

While Sako’s TRG 22 was a fantastic sniper rifle when it was first introduced, it is very much a product… more »

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Five AK Accessories to Modernize Your Cold War Comrade

by Jim Grant 8

The first modern sporting rifle I ever bought was a piece of junk. It was an extremely ammunition-sensitive AR15 in an… more »

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Old Warrior: The L42A1 Enfield Sniper Rifle

by Vincent Buckles 4

The year 1982 was one of many that comprised the drawn-out twilight of the crumbling British Empire. Since its entrance… more »

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Freedom Ordnance’s New Belt-Fed 9mm Upper

by SGN Online Editors 23

Sure, you’ve seen belt-fed machine guns on the internet before, but how about a belt-fed AR-15? Chambered in 9mm? Well, Freedom… more »

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Inland M1 Carbine Review

by James Tarr 15

There is no denying that there are huge differences between generations; not in the people themselves, as people are people,… more »

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