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Kimber Target Match

A 1911 that boasts reliability and accuracy never before possible.

Barrett Model REC7 Rifle

A cleaner-shooting, larger-round M4-style rifle.

Nosler’s Big-Game Bullets

Nosler’s lineup includes five “premium” big-game rifle projectiles.

Taken By Storm: Beretta Px4 and Cx4

In its Storm series, Beretta offers both a .45 ACP polymer-frame pistol-the Px4-as well as the innovative Cx4 carbine.

The Parable Of The Sling

Dave was waiting for me at The Citadel Gun & Safe shop in Las Vegas where I’d called to see if they had a Picatinny rail fore-end for a mid-length Bravo Company AR. Dave checked his inventory and allowed that, yes, by golly, he does have a Yankee Hill fore-end in stock.

Burris Eliminator LaserScope

The Eliminator is a real advancement in sporting optics and is a well-made, rugged piece of hunting equipment.

Smith & Wesson's Sub-Compact Shield

The S&W M&P Shield offers big-time performance in a discreet package.

Smith & Wesson M&P-15 MOE MID

Featuring Magpul hardware, this rifle comes ready to work.

Kimber's Master Carry Pistols

When it comes to upgraded M1911s from major makers, nobody makes as many, as well, as Kimber. The new Master Carry series has 3 inch, 4 inch and 5-inch guns-all equipped with Crimson Trace Lasergrips from the factory.

Build Your Own AR from Scratch

The AR-style rifle’s modular design allows nearly anyone to build a perfectly personalized gun from the ground up. All it takes is the right components, a few specialized tools and some friendly advice from the experts. So if you see an AR in your future, why not envision, then build, one that exactly suits your needs?

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