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Battles of Lexington & Concord: The Shot Heard Round the World!

FAN Online Editors - April 19, 2018

April 19 is the anniversary of 'The shot heard round the world'

Guns of Agent 007

Will Dabbs, MD - March 16, 2018

From the Beretta 418 to the HK UMP, Will Dabbs, MD, takes a look at the different guns of 007 throughout the years

German Sd.Kfz. 251 Halftrack - Part 3

David Fortier - February 12, 2018

The Sd.Kfz. 251 provided both mobility and protection while being able to traverse difficult

What If John Browning Were Never Born?

Paul Scarlata - April 18, 2016

John Moses Browning and a Winchester official examine an early production Browning Automatic

IWI Tavor: History and Development

Peter G. Kokalis - December 14, 2015

The FD16, one of many IWI Tavor models, is in flattop configuration with a full length MIL-STD-1913 top rail interface

Old Warrior: The L42A1 Enfield Sniper Rifle

Vincent Buckles - October 02, 2015

The year 1982 was one of many that comprised the drawn-out twilight of the crumbling British

The History and Function of the H&K MP5

Vincent Buckles - August 19, 2015

Most Americans had never heard of Mogadishu before October 1993. In fact, many had never heard of

Goatherds with Guns: The Anti's New Line

Robert W. Hunnicutt - July 29, 2015

The 2014 election was a disaster for the Democratic Party and its PR agency, the establishment

M16's Fate in the Hands of the Marine Corps Commandant

Evan Brune - July 28, 2015

The king is dead. Long live the king. Well, almost dead, anyway.

The African Rifles: The HK G3 and FN FAL

Vincent Buckles - June 11, 2015

G3 rifle with early wood furniture and B&T optic mount. To many, the words Africa and rifle

The USMC M40 Sniper Rifle: At the End of a Useful Life?

Vincent Buckles - May 14, 2015

Next year, the Marine Corp will celebrate the 50th birthday of an old friend: the 7.62x51mm M40

Is the SKS the Next Garand?

Keith Wood - October 30, 2014

For decades, the SKS has been among the least-expensive centerfire semiauto rifles available

Bob Brownell & The American Dream

Reid Coffield - June 30, 2014

With the famed gunsmithing house celebrating 75 years in business, Coffield takes an affectionate

IMA's Original British King George 1st Doglock Colonel's Musket

Ashley Dale - June 28, 2012

Original Item: Only One Available. This is one of the rarest items we've had in a great while

Desert Preserves P-40, .50 Cals.

Robert W. Hunnicutt - May 17, 2012

A Polish oil company worker exploring the Egyptian desert came across a very well-preserved Royal

Goodbye 9x18mm PM Makarov Pistol

Marco Vorobiev - March 01, 2012

Marco Vorobiev was a member of the elite Soviet Spetsnaz in Afghanistan in the 1980s. He's a U.S.

Gundom's Dumbest Axiom

Robert W. Hunnicutt - January 12, 2012

Frank James sent in a story today, and it included an old chestnut that every gunwriter keeps at

Classic American Muscle: The .300 Win. Mag.

David Fortier - January 05, 2012

Is it an economical alternative to Europe's pricey .338 Lapua? The .338 Lapua Mag. is the sexiest

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Historical Handguns: The Model 1917 Smith & Wesson Sixgun

Garry James - November 09, 2018

Designed as a supplemental sidearm in World War I, this .45 ACP sixgun was made to commercial specs and is still a great shooter.

First Look: Springfield Armory XDM 10MM

G&A Staff - October 10, 2018

Featured in the December issue of Guns & Ammo, Springfield Armory has launched its full-size XD(M) in 10mm. It is being made available with either a 4.5-inch or 5.25-inch barrel.

G&A Celebrates 50 Years of Dan Wesson

Eric R. Poole - November 16, 2018

Dan Wesson commemorates its 50th Anniversary with a limited number of engraved, blued-'steel Model 1911s.

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