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Wiley Clapp: The Trythons Tried

Wiley Clapp culminates his Trython experiment by—what else—shooting them.

Tested: Cimarron Firearms Bad Boy .44-Mag. Revolver

The Cimarron Bad Boy is a ready-to work .44 Mag. intended for handgun hunting and...

Wiley Clapp: Enter the Trython

If you missed out on owning an original Colt Python, you might be able to...

The Cavalry’s Last Charge: The 1921 M1903 Prototype Carbine

Even though the last cavalry carbine of the U.S. Army was the M1899 Krag-Jorgensen, the...

5 Guns Every Texan (and Every Other American) Should Know

The types of firearms that modern Texans own and carry may have changed since they...

Hornady Saves the .30-40 Krag

Hornady makes practice of reaching back and “rescuing” great old cartridges that have been out...

The Trouble with Trench Guns

The Winchester Model 1897 “Trench Gun” with a fixed bayonet was a fearsome and distinctly...

Results: 2017 NRA National Matches

The finest civilian and military marksmen in the country made the trek to Camp Atterbury,...

Last of Its Kind: The USMC Model 1909 Colt

How does the last military-issue .45 Colt revolver stack up today at the range? A...

In The Beginning: Semi-Automatic Pistols of the 19th Century

Think the Mauser Broomhandle or a Colt was the first semi-automatic pistol? Think again. There...

Blood on the Border: The Battle of Columbus

In the early hours of March 19, 1916, American cavalrymen and armed citizens fought a...

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...

Trapdoors and Levers: Rethinking the Custer Era

It is hard not to appreciate the ballistic science that went into making the Springfield...

Mr. Browning’s Gun: The U.S. Model of 1917 Browning Machine Gun

A century ago, as the United States prepared to enter the Great War, John Moses...

Guns of the “Devil Dogs”: U.S. Marine Corps Small Arms Of World War I

The U.S. Marines in France would earn the name “Teufelshunde” or “Devil Dogs” from the...

NRA National Sporting Arms Museum

Guns associated with President Theodore Roosevelt, his friends and family, help to tell the story...

Sheriff's Tips: Is the Single-Action Revolver a Valid Defense Gun?

From its very inception as a percussion firearm, the single-action revolver was designed as a...

The Unlikely Resilience of the AR-7 Survival Rifle

Despite the failed fortunes of its former manufacturers, the AR-7 rifle remains in production after...

Umarex NRA Edition Colt Peacemaker

A special edition, full-functioning Colt Single Action Army replica airgun is available from Umarex and...
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