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The Doughboy’s M1911 Pistol in World War I

By 1918, in the hands of the Doughboys of the American Expeditionary Force, the Kaiser’s...

Profile: Jelly Bryce—Oklahoma Gunfighter

Delf A. “Jelly” Bryce was a lawman who could match it with just about any...

The Keefe Report: Attend the NRA Carry Guard Expo

Literally dozens of experts NRA has assembled to cover topics ranging from appendix carry to...

Media Mysteries Explained

Why can’t the media get it right when it comes to guns? Here are four...

Lee-Enfield Rifle—Workhorse Of The British Empire

The .303-cal. Short, Magazine Lee-Enfield Mk III rifle was fast to operate and up to...

Fear & Loading: Myth Busting—Today’s Real Gun Owner

Society has changed and so has the typical firearm enthusiast. It’s not quite the classic...

Female Shooters On: Shooting Heavy-Caliber, Heavy-Recoil Guns

Assistant Online Editor Sarah Smith Barnum asked some of the industry's most prominent female shooters,...

Remington 2020 Sighting System

Remington Arms Co. has partnered with Tracking Point on a new shooting system that may...

Unmistakable: The Thompson

The iconic Thompson Submachine Gun was the main Allied submachine gun in the critical early...

10 Movie Myths Dispelled

Gun mistakes in movies are flagrant and often. Here are some of the worst.

Marksmanship in 1775: Myth or Reality?

Were American citizen soldiers at the Battle of Bunker Hill better shots than the British?