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Review: Bond Arms Stinger Derringer

Here is a first look at a new lineup of lightweight double-barrel, derringer-styled pistols from Bond Arms, the Stinger chambered in 9 mm Luger or .380 ACP.

I Have This Old Gun: Winchester Model 42 In .410 Bore

Watch this segment of American Rifleman Television's "I Have This Old Gun" to learn about the history of the Winchester Model 42 pump-action shotgun chambered in .410 bore.

Review: Mossberg 590S Shockwave

This most recent version of the Mossberg 590 reliably feeds 1¾" mini shells for reduced levels of felt recoil and an increased on-board shell capacity.

Review: Henry Big Boy X Model .357 Mag.

Henry blends both the best aspects of its classic lever-action design with some of the niceties of 21st-century features into a carbine that is both capable of hunting and home defense, the Big Boy X Model in .357 Mag.

The Birmingham Small Arms Story

The great gunmaking name of Birmingham Small Arms just refuses to go away. Thanks to a partnership with Arizona Airguns, guns bearing the BSA name are available in the U.S.

Review: Bond Arms Roughneck

The Roughneck derringer from Bond Arms is an entry-level option in 9 mm Luger, but don’t let that fool you, as the quality of its materials and craftsmanship rival those of the company’s top-end variants.

Back To Basics: Cartridge Cases

Without ammunition, a firearm is no more than an inefficient club. For this reason, much of the technological development effort in firearms history was devoted to ammunition.

Review: EAA Churchill 512

Akkar started making auto-motive and gun parts in 1985 in Istanbul, Turkey, and it has been one of the leaders in the current rise of Turkish gunmaking.

The .454 Casull: History and Performance

Based off the .45 Colt with twice the velocity, for the past six decades the .454 Casull cartridge has gained popularity for its power and has grown into a plentiful chambering option for magnum revolver enthusiasts. 

Understanding Shotgun Barrels: Breech To Muzzle

Most of us take the inside of our shotgun barrels for granted. That may be because shotgun barrels today are better than they have ever been. Here’s why.

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