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GSM Outdoors Acquires TruGlo

GSM Outdoors has built itself into a multi-faceted company with several recent acquisitions, the latest being TruGlo Sights.

Making an Impression: Kimber's Rapide Black Ice 10mm

With its mix of upgraded finishes and intricate machine cuts, the latest gun in the Kimber Rapide series, the Black Ice, makes a lasting aesthetic impression— one that’s reinforced by the 10 mm Auto pistol’s performance at the range.

Preview: Kimber Micro 9 Rapide Black Ice

Kimber is enhancing its Micro 9 lineup with refinements inspired by its 1911 Rapide (Black Ice).

AIM Surplus Glock G22 9 mm Conversion

In this review we take a look at the AIM Surplus 9 mm conversion for Glock G22 .40 S&W handguns, compatible with surplus law enforcement Gen 2 Glock G22 handguns.

The Remington 870: Greatest Pump Shotgun Ever Made?

Since its introduction in 1950, more than 7 million Remington Model 870 pump-action shotguns have been made in dozens of configurations. In short, the Model 870 is the most popular and best-selling American shotgun in history.

Building a Non-Glock 'Glock:' A DIY Kit from Brownells & Rival Arms

In this review, we take a look at the process and result of building a custom Glock-style handgun in 9 mm from a kit provided by Rival Arms and Brownells.

Review: Winchester SX4

Few companies in the American shooting pantheon have a history as storied as Winchester Repeating Arms Co. From its lever-action roots to its more modern innovations, the company has held a key position in the American imagination for decades, a role which it does not appear will be relinquished anytime soon.

Range Review: Mossberg MC2c

Mossberg expanded its new handgun lineup in 2020 with the release of the MC2c, which offers a step up in size and capacity over its initial offering.

Review: Kimber EVO SP

American Rifleman staff chose the Kimber EVO SP as one of their 2019 Editor's Picks. Now, here's a complete review of this unique, striker-fired handgun from the Kimber Custom Shop.

The Aging Defender

Age-related physical decline is inevitable, but there are ways for armed citizens to both slow and circumvent it through behavioral and equipment changes.

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