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The 1911: Not Just a .45

Here’s a look at the other dozen Colt factory chamberings of the M1911 yesterday and...

Browning 725 Citori Field

For clays or birds, the 725 Citori Field over-under will provide satisfaction for years.

Charter Arms 9 mm Pitbull Revolver

Charter Arms bumped the shot capacity from five to six shots in its latest rimless...

Quick-Change Solution: Colt’s LE901-16S

With its adaptive lower receiver, this rifle can be swapped for other calibers suitable for...

Terminology: Wadcutter

A wadcutter is a style of bullet that is almost completely cylindrical in shape. While...

Winchester SXP Waterfowl Shotgun

The SXP Waterfowl handles both light and heavy loads with the reliability of a pump...

Handgun Stopping Power: Sizing Up Your Options

The author fired 100 handgun loads into ballistic gelatin, measuring velocity, penetration and expansion for...

A Century of Holland's .375 Magnum

Harry Selby’s experience with the .375 Mag. dates back more than a half-century.

.357 or .357

In past years, various writing projects have caused me to research a couple of cartridges...

The .45 for Self-Defense

More than 100 years after its development, the .45 ACP is still going strong.

The Browning 1911-22

The Browning 1911-22 is true to the lines of the original, and a lot of...

Savage Arms Lightweight Hunter Rifles

This extremely light and accuracy rifle is also affordable.

Loading the .38 Spl. & .357 Mag.

Accurate training and self-defense loads can be easily created for these popular revolver calibers.

What About the Other 6 mms?

One of America’s most popular cartridges is the .243 Win., however, the 6 mm Rem....

Taurus Judge Ammunition: Feeding the Judge

Federal, Remington and Winchester have all developed self-defense loads for .45 Colt/.410-bore revolvers.

Browning 1911-22 Review

At seven-eighths the size of its famous grandfather, Browning’s new 1911-22 is hard to resist.

The M14: Uncle Sam's New Automatic Rifle

In honor of the 125th anniversary of American Rifleman, the following is an excerpt from...

New U.S. Military Bullet Partially Revealed

The U.S. military is soon to field a new projectile in its standard issue 5.56...

Ruger's Gunsite Scout Rifle

Trying to answer, “Is Jeff Cooper’s ‘scout’ concept valid after all?”

The "Big Fifty" Sharps Rifle

This comprehensive article on the historical Sharps buffalo rifle was written by Elmer Keith in...
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