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Traditions Firearms Crackshot XBR Arrow-Launching Rifle

Traditions Performance Firearms released the Crackshot XBR Rifle at the 2019 National Rifle Association Annual Meetings and Exhibits in Indianapolis, Ind.

Tested: North American Arms 1860 Series Magnum Mini "Hogleg" Revolver

This scaled down .22 Mag. single action sports a six inch barrel with a classic flair.

FN Mausers and the Fight for Israel

When Israel declared its independence in 1948, it acquired rifles—including some used by the Germans during World War II—from any source it could find. New Mausers made at FN saw service in the Israeli War of Independence, and on through the Six-Day War.

The AR-10 Story

Fewer than 10,000 original AR-10s were produced, and its true legacy is its spawning of its smaller caliber successor.

Is the Mouse Gun a Dying Breed?

Has the time of small-caliber pocket pistols passed or do they still have a place in today's defensive collections?

SAAMI Approves Federal Premium Valkyrie 224 Cartridge

The vote for approval came during its committee meeting at the 2018 SHOT Show. 224 Valkyrie’s SAAMI standards documents are now published and available to the industry as a whole, as well as to the public.

A Very Special Colt Woodsman

Colt’s venerable Woodsman is an American rimfire icon, and it’s right at home anywhere you take it—even on safari in Africa.

A Look Back at the Smith & Wesson 22/32 Kit Gun

In 1936 Smith & Wesson introduced a 22/32 revolver with a 4" barrel—the Kit Gun—meant that its intent was to be carried within one’s kit as they traveled around the backcountry and streams.

Cold War Warriors—The Men and Guns of Special Forces Berlin

While the Iron Curtain still stood, U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers in Berlin prepared for daring and secret missions behind Warsaw Pact lines with clandestine arms in the event the Cold War went hot. Ever heard of the Welrod? How about the MPK?

Tested: The 22 Nosler

Nosler’s latest—and smallest—cartridge redefines the capability of a .22-cal. center-fire in the AR-15 platform. Here’s what you need to know.

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