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Creedmoor Sports CSR-1 Rifle

Top-grade, long-range competition rifle.

John Bianchi: An American Legend

John Bianchi was a soldier, a police officer, a competitive shooter and, of course, the world’s foremost holster maker.

Charge of the Chiappa Rhino

The Rhino has a futuristic design that reduces muzzle flip and recoil.

The Evolution of the Custom Combat .45

How customizing the M1911 for a combative role led to a whole new breed of Browning's big slab-sided pistol.

Marksmanship Matters

The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have turned into “rifle fights,” tactical situations for which many of America’s troops have been ill-prepared.

Anything But Ordinary: The Chiappa Rhino

The new Chiappa Rhino has turned the revolver world upside down.

The Armed Citizen® July 7, 2011

Sitting at his kitchen table, a long-time NRA member and competitive shooter was alarmed when a masked intruder walked through the front door wielding a knife. “Who the [expletive] are you?” the NRA member demanded, but the intruder just mumbled something and progressed toward him.

Ransom Rest

The late Chuck Ransom was a very accomplished man. At various times, he was a U.S. Marine, firefighter, machine shop foreman, gunsmith, competitive shooter and inventor. At all times, he was a decent man and one of my best friends.

Smith & Wesson M&P C.O.R.E.

Smith & Wesson's M&P line continues to be one of the most popular brands in the industry, and 2013 offers a series of new M&P models designed with the competitive shooter in mind. Based on the Pro Series line of competition-ready firearms, the M&P C.O.R.E. (Competition Optics Ready Equipment) models offer consumers a platform that's already ready to have any accessory optics added to it.

Smith & Wesson K-32

Wiley discusses the rise and fall of the Smith & Wesson K-32.

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