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The Baby Browning: A .25 ACP Pocket Pistol for Personal Protection

Chambered in .25 ACP, the Baby Browning micro handgun design was a popular option for a pocket pistol imported from Europe during the 1950s and 1960s.

NATO Standardizes FN’s 5.7x28 mm Cartridge

The 5.7x28 mm FN cartridge joins the 7.62 NATO and 5.56 NATO as a standard cartridge among nations of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

FN-49: The Last Old-School Battle Rifle

The Fabrique Nationale FN-49 was one of the last military rifles made of forged, blued steel and walnut the old-school way. Today, they are favorites among shooters and collectors alike.

The .32 ACP: History & Performance

In this review, we take a look at the developmental history and performance of the .32 ACP cartridge and some of the handgun designs that use it.

1899: Year of the Browning Pistol

Today, the basic outline of the semi-automatic pistol is familiar, but that was not always the case. The “modern” Browning pistols actually began in 1899, and here is a look at some of the oldest and rarest.

Exploded View: High Power Pistol

The High Power pistol is one of the iconic handguns of the 20th century. Here's how it works and how you disassemble it.

Emperor Selassie's Treasure: The Guns of Royal Tiger Imports

The guns being brought in from Ethiopia by Royal Tiger Imports represent one of the most important military-surplus finds in decades.

The 5.7x28mm: History & Design

While the 5.7x28mm cartridge has seen a resurgence in 2020, there have been attempts to make it into the mainstream before.

FN America Lands M4 Contract Valued at Nearly $120 Million

FN America will continue producing M4 and M4A1 carbines for the U.S. Military for the next five years, according to the details of a new $120 million contract.

The Model 1889 Mauser: A Rifle That Saved Paris

During the opening salvo of WWI, Belgian troops were armed with the Model 1889 Mauser, a rifle that allowed them to slow down the German invasion.

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