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Tested: Modern Outfitters MC6 Carbine

The author's quest to create his ultimate versatile AR rifle leads him to some unique choices. Did he finally get his "one rifle"?

Favorite Gear MIA from 2018 SHOT Show

Some of the author's favorite new products never even made it to the show floor. See his picks here.

Tested: Kahr S9 Pistol

An upgrade over the company’s similar CW9, the new S Series offers value-added features such as three-dot sights, forward slide cocking serrations, an accessory rail and two magazines.

Product Preview: Tactical AR500 Targets Pistol Falling Tree

A twist on the common dueling tree steel target, the Pistol Falling Tree from Tactical AR500 Targets features one 6" AR500 steel paddle that, upon being successfully struck, not only switches sides but also drops down one level thanks to a zig-zagging track cut into the back of the support beam.

Product Preview: Accura Outdoors MPATS

The Multi Purpose Adaptable Target System, MPATS, gives users a simple, yet reactive, target experience.

Back to Basics: Trajectory

The term “trajectory” is often bantered about in discussing ballistics, but few truly understand it.

NSSF Shooting Sports Fantasy Camp

The National Shooting Sports Foundation held the second of its new Shooting Sports Fantasy Camps in Las Vegas, Nev., April 20-23, 2017, and this time 3-guns skills were the focus, not just handguns.

Tested: Mossberg MVP-LC Bolt-Action Rifle

Built on their proven MVP bolt action, the new Mossberg MVP LC features an aluminum chassis, adjustable trigger and an 18.5” barrel chambered for the 7.62 NATO round (.308 Winchester).

Rising To The Occasion: Aguila Ammunition

Ammunition shortages are creating opportunities for lesser-known manufacturers. That’s certainly true for Aguila—one of the world’s largest rimfire producers and a maker of center-fire pistol and rifle cartridges and shotshells. Is Aguila a viable alternative? Read on.

Smith & Wesson SW22 Victory Target Pistol

Want a .22 target pistol you can easily take down and reassemble? Take a look at Smith & Wesson's SW22 Victory.

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