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The G.I. .45 in World War II

The .45 pistol saw widespread service in all theaters of the war and further cemented...

Beretta Px4 Storm Subcompact

Beretta’s Px4 Storm subcompact offers a new look from an old gun company.

Five Tips to Improve Your Shooting

When in doubt, remember to keep it simple stupid (K.I.S.S.).

Stoeger Coach Gun

This shotgun is just as effective and as good a choice for today’s homeowner as...

Marine & Rifleman–Sidney C. Phillips, Jr.

NRA Life member Sidney C. Phillips, Jr., joined the U.S. Marine Corps on December 8,...

The Amazing Life of Walter R. Walsh

As a record-setting shooter, Marine officer, FBI agent and Olympic competitor, Walsh has led an...

John Bianchi: An American Legend

John Bianchi was a soldier, a police officer, a competitive shooter and, of course, the...

Single-Action Shootout at Gunsite

Single-action revolvers once ruled the self-defense world. They still make sense.

Foreign Weapons 101

Learning about the guns our troops are encountering in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The Reality of Competition

In a lifetime of shooting, I have been involved in a number of forms of...

Inside the Pistols of FNH USA

Fabrique Nationale has branched out into polymer handguns.

Smith & Wesson’s M&P Goes Long

Smith & Wesson’s M&P15 series combines old-fashioned quality with cutting-edge design, and the offerings continue...

A Half-Century of Service

The NRA Law Enforcement Division celebrates its 50th Anniversary.

Para USA: Coming to America

Para USA goes beyond innovation with both classic firearms and designs all its own.

Wheelguns Still Work: Concealed Carry Revolvers

Semi-auto pistols may rule the self-defense handgun world, but don't relegate your revolvers to museums.

SIG Sauer P220

Landmark design and still a great pistol, three decades later.
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