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The Beretta M9: 25 Years of Service

The Beretta family, company, and Italian industry can take justifiable pride in doing what to many seemed the impossible: a foreign-based company winning the contract for the U.S. Armed Forces sidearm, a historic first of major significance.

Top 10 Challenge

Did the Beretta Model 92FS/M9 deserve inclusion in our Top 10 Handguns list?

The Model 70 Story: A Classic Advanced

As the design and production of the Model 70 continued to evolve throughout the 1960s and 70s, the rifles remained examples of the best American bolt-actions.

A New Ruling for the .30-06 Sprg.

Loaded with today’s 150-grain bullets, the .30-’06 Sprg. is ready for big game from antelope to elk.

Used Guns In The Industry: The Enemy Is Us

As Walt Kelly’s cartoon character Pogo so famously said, “We have met the enemy and he is us.” Wrapping up this three-part series on the business of the gun business (which has focused on why the shooting industry is so hard to analyze compared to other industries), we come face to face with one of the most complicating factors that distorts what little data there is on firearms sales—used guns.

The Trials of the M1911

The adoption of the M1911 came to be through a lengthy trials process and a partnership between Colt’s Mfg. and John Moses Browning.

Designing the Ideal 3-Gun Shotgun

A reliable shotgun is crucial in 3-gun competitions.

Wiley Clapp/TALO Ruger GP100

Wiley Clapp follows up on his highly acclaimed Commander-size M1911 rework with an all-purpose double-action .357 Mag. revolver.

The Rigby Match Rifle, Creedmoor & More

John Rigby built the guns used, and competed as well, in NRA’s first international match.

Smith & Wesson M&P-15 MOE MID

Featuring Magpul hardware, this rifle comes ready to work.

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