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Beretta vs. Beretta: A Lesson In Trademarks

Beretta vs. Beretta: A Lesson In Trademarks

A car and a gun illustrate the tricky nature of trademarks.
Hornady Lock-N-Load Auto Charge

Hornady Lock-N-Load Auto Charge

The Hornady Lock-N-Load Auto Charge’s accuracy, speed, convenience and simplicity make it a useful addition...
Remington VersaMax Shotgun

Remington VersaMax Shotgun

The Remington VersaMax is at home in the upland field, the duck blind and even...
Patents: How They Really Work In The Gun Business

Patents: How They Really Work In The Gun Business

You might have a patent, but that doesn't mean it's valid… or does it?
Book Review: Guns of the American West

Book Review: Guns of the American West

Adler combines information with illustration to tell about the guns of the American West.
Double-Action Revolvers & The Old West

Double-Action Revolvers & The Old West

While not as popular as single-actions, double-action revolvers played a role in the Old West.
Winchester Super-X Power Max Bonded

Winchester Super-X Power Max Bonded

Power Max fits right between Winchester’s Power Point and Ballistic Silvertip in both ballistics and...
Reloading the 7 mm-08 Rem.

Reloading the 7 mm-08 Rem.

The 7 mm-08 Rem. provides good velocity with light recoil.
Tactical Rifles' Chimera Hunter

Tactical Rifles' Chimera Hunter

Tactical Rifles' new Chimera Hunter was designed with one thing in mind: accuracy.
DIY: Camouflaging Your Gun

DIY: Camouflaging Your Gun

Go gently into that painted night by camouflaging your rifle.
Ruger SR9s: Ergonomic Advancement

Ruger SR9s: Ergonomic Advancement

Ruger’s SR9s represent a good ergonomic choice for small-handed shooters.
DS Arms SA58 Para Tactical Carbine

DS Arms SA58 Para Tactical Carbine

DS Arms has improved on a Cold War era rifle.
Gunsite Goes Handgun Hunting

Gunsite Goes Handgun Hunting

Shooting academy launches course for handgun hunters.
Single-Action Shootout at Gunsite

Single-Action Shootout at Gunsite

Single-action revolvers once ruled the self-defense world. They still make sense.
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