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Preview: Tasmanian Tiger Modular Trooper Pack

Adjustable, modular and feature-rich by design, the Tasmanian Tiger Modular Trooper Pack is a 55-liter-capacity backpack that features the company’s V2-Carrying System, and more.

NRA Gun of the Week: Citadel RSS1

On this week’s “Gun of the Week,” a Russian-based shotgun design, the Citadel RSS1 provides users with AK-type performance of a piston-driven operating system within a stamped-steel receiver fed by detachable box magazines.

The General-Purpose Handgun: One Concept to Consider

What does a true general-purpose handgun look like? Here's one take on this issue.

Big-Bore Pistol Build: Lone Wolf's TWL-S Frame

Build a big-bore Glock-pattern pistol from scratch or put unused components back to work with Lone Wolf's affordable TWL-S frames and parts kits.

Review: Magnum Research 'Thunder Snub' BFR in .45-70 Gov't.

A snub-nose revolver chambered in .45-70 Gov't.? Is such a thing possible? With Magnum Research's customizable BFR line, it is. Check out our results here.

Retro Review: Remington 105 CTi

A 12-gauge, gas-operated, semi-automatic shotgun made of the most modern materials that swings like a dream and kicks like a 20 gauge might seem too good to be true. But it’s real, and it’s called the Remington 105 CTi.

Shooting Drill: The “Bearosaurus Rex”

One of the evergreen debates is the best “adventure” or “backwoods” sidearm, most often in the guise of some form of powerful caliber suitable for engaging a non-human apex predator, usually a bear.

Tested: Beretta 1301 Tactical Marine

Many who rely on a firearm for home defense or some other form of personal protection believe there is no better answer than the tactical shotgun, and they may have a point.

Editors’ Picks 2019: Armscor VR80

Armscor introduced its VR60 gas-operated, detachable-box-fed semi-automatic shotgun roughly 18 months ago to great success, and for 2019, the company offers an upgraded version with new features and higher-quality components.

Tested: EAA MKA 1923 Bullpup Shotgun

Bullpup-style firearms have become increasingly popular in recent years due to their enhanced maneuverability—without sacrificing downrange effectiveness.

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