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Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Gun Rights

The Supreme Court has extended the federally protected right to Keep and Bear Arms to...

The Armed Citizen® July 2010

When Michael Lish returned home to find the back door and a window ajar, he...

Para's Long and Short of It

PARA USA makes 1911s that cover the entire size spectrum.

Daniel Defense Mark 18 Upper Receiver

Daniel Defense Mark 18 Upper Receiver

Rossi and Taurus Unite Legacies

When Taurus bought the rights to Rossi, their legacies united and opened the future for...

Benelli MR1 Carbine

The MR1 is a 5.56x45 mm carbine with shotgun-like ergonomics.

The Armed Citizen® June 2010

Police said that early one morning, an armed suspect burst into a home office in...

Colt LE6940 Carbine

A well-conceived and executed modification of Colt’s original design.

The Armed Citizen May 2010

When he was awakened by his home security system, NRA Endowment member Steve Bason prepared...

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.

The Specs of MilSpec

How closely do civilian AR specifications resemble those of the military?

Concealed Carry: The Strong Side

Strong-side concealed carry keeps a gun close at hand.

The Armed Citizen® April 2010

NRA member Robert Cole and his wife, Pam, had just started to doze off one...

Charter Arms Southpaw

The Charter Arms Southpaw is a left-hand version of the popular Undercover Lite .38 Spl....

The Armed Citizen® March 2010

Criminal justice instructor Michael Minto was exiting the Kaplan Career Institute when he saw a...

The Armed Citizen® February 2010

When a woman knocked on the door, Donald Kaighn--an NRA member, World War II veteran...

Dixie Howda Hunter Handgun

Keeping with the spirit of the African “Howdah pistol.”

The Art of the Double Tap

This self-defense staple is easily understood, but harder to master.
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