Today, there are more handgun carry permits held by American citizens than ever before, and with that comes the demand for concealed-carry holsters. CrossBreed Holsters offers several models and options of leather, Kydex and combination holsters for just such needs, crafted to fit a wide variety of popular handgun models. This week, we go behind the scenes at CrossBreed's facility in Springfield, Mo., to see just how it makes the various holsters.
A worker at CrossBreed Holsters assembling holsters.
For this week's "Rifleman Review," we take a look not at a firearm, but a line of ammunition. Hornady offers an entire line of ammunition, in several different calibers, specifically developed and loaded for suppressor use.
Some of the cartridges offered in sub-sonic loads from Hornady.
For this week's "I Have This Old Gun," we take a look back at the history of one of the most used and famous carbines used during the Union cavalry during Civil War, the Sharps carbine, a handy falling-block, breech-loading carbine that lived on after the war into the metallic cartridge era at the end of the 19th century.
American Rifleman contributor Garry James shooting a Sharps carbine.
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