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Book Review: The President Will See You Now

A Ronald Reagan staffer’s memoir shows the former president’s personal side.

How to Shoot the Square

When it comes to scope adjustments, it’s best to remember what Ronald Reagan said, “Trust, but verify.”

Fear & Loading: Antonin Scalia

The Republic lost a great ally when the Associate Supreme Court Justice died of natural causes in west Texas on Feb. 13.

GI Film Festival Salutes Veterans

The GI Film Festival, running now through May 25, showcases the stories of America's veterans past and present.

Farewell to Mikhail Kalashnikov

Mark Keefe remarks on the news of Mikhail Kalashnikov's death.

The End

It’s hard not to hear the by "The Doors" when you watch today’s major networks. They specialize in covering bad and inflammatory news, so it’s little wonder none of them showed up in Rogers, Ark., over the July 4 holiday to witness the positive impact trigger time can make on young shooters.

So, What's Up With 7.62x39 mm in AR Rifles?

Read more for explanations as to why we are seeing more and more contemporary AR-style rifles chambered for the Soviet M43 cartridge.

100 Years And The 1911

I have been involved in several marathon shoots that gunzine editors take such delight in ordering. One was with a rifle (Colt H-BAR), another was a disaster with a gun that was quickly withdrawn from production and one more was with a Sig P220 .45.

Guns, Silver and John F. Kennedy

NRA Life member John F. Kennedy was an avowed 2nd Amendment supporter. Fifty years after his death, Universal Coin & Bullion is commemorating the historic year with a 1964 Kennedy half dollar.

Tribute: Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia

Longtime U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, a stalwart defender of the U.S. Constitution and author of the critically important majority opinion in the District of Columbia v. Heller case, passed away on Feb. 13 at the age of 79.

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