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6 Concealed-Carry Tips You Need to Know

Carrying a concealed firearm is a lifestyle. Gunsite's Ed Head discusses some of the tactics and realities that come with daily carry.

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Remington’s Premier CuT ammo

Remington’s Premier CuT: Solid And To The Point

Combining the exceptional weight-retention of Core-Lokt Copper with the enhanced aerodynamic properties of Core-Lokt Tipped, Premier CuT gives Remington Ammunition a potent new lead-free big-game hunting load.

Review: Heritage Manufacturing Badlander

The sturdy Badlander side-by-side shotgun from Heritage Mfg. oozes Old West charm with its clean construction and reliable operation.

Rifleman Review: Walther Arms WMP

It's a difficult task to build a reliable semi-automatic handgun chambered for the notoriously inconsistent .22 WMR cartridge, but Walther Arms seems to have done it with its WMP.

Review: Dan Wesson DWX

Since it was announced in 2019, throngs of all-steel pistol fans have been salivating to get their hands on the Dan Wesson DWX, anticipation that was made all the stronger when the materials and labor shortages of a global pandemic then put its launch on ice for a few years.

The Underappreciated .358 Winchester

One of the most-ignored modern .35-cal. cartridges is the .358 Winchester, which was introduced in 1955 and is simply a necked-up .308 Winchester.

Review: Lipsey’s Exclusive S&W Ultimate Carry J-Frames

Smith & Wesson has a long history of iconic models with grandiose names that may seem somewhat presumptuous at launch, but the Ultimate Carry J-frame is a bold title that may prove to be fitting.

Turnkey Precision: A Guide To Off-The-Shelf Hunting Accuracy

While there’s no substitute for the skill of the person pulling the trigger or a shortcut to gaining the experience that you need to put bullets downrange accurately, having the right equipment goes a long way toward achieving tight groups.

Review: Ruger LC Carbine .45 ACP

Ruger’s latest LC Carbine proved to be a handy little firearm. Aside from being a tremendously fun little plinker, it ate all of our .45 ACP range fodder with impunity.

Rifleman Review: Springfield Armory Emissary

One of the newest options in Springfield Armory's line of M1911s is the Emissary, and in our testing, this pistol proved to be one of the most accurate M1911s we've shot recently.

Single-Actions For Home Defense

For more than 100 years the single-action revolver held the top spot as the go-to home-defense arm, only to be supplanted by modern semi-automatics, but the single-action, though a vestige of yesteryear, remains a viable tool for defensive use in and around the home.

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