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Review: Charter Arms Professional

Since the founding of Charter Arms in 1964 by Douglas McClennahan, the company’s series of affordably priced, compact, double-action revolvers has continued to grow in both its diversity of models and frame sizes.

The Birth of the NRA: Wingate, Church & The Leech Cup

The NRA was founded 150 years ago "To Promote And Encourage Rifle Shooting On A Scientific Basis."

The Beginnings of Marine Corps Marksmanship

The Marine Corps has long been regarded as some of the best marksmen in the United States Armed Forces, but that was not always the case. Here we look at the history and formation of the Marine Corps marksmanship practices.

A Hunter's Guide to Trap & Skeet Shooting

Want to wingshoot better this fall? Then get to the trap and skeet range today! If sporting clays is “golf with a shotgun” then trap is the driving range and skeet the putting green—practice fields where you can work on parts of your game.

USFWS Praises Contributions During National Shooting Sports Month

The United States Fish & Wildlife Service praised the contributions of recreational shooters during National Shooting Sports Month.

Favorite Firearms: A Remington Nylon 76 From Santa

It was Christmas of 1962 when Santa Claus (my dad) surprised me with a new .22 rifle. I had spent the past year and half in the Boy Scouts, and one of my scoutmaster’s favorite pastimes was hunting jackrabbits.

Buck Marsh: An American Rifleman In The Battle For Germany

An infantryman with the 3rd Armored Division figures prominently in the bestselling book Spearhead. Now 95 years old, Buck Marsh relates some of his combat experiences as a rifleman armed with the M1 Garand from three-quarters of a century ago.

The Trophies of a Dough

The story of Sgt. Malcolm “Buck” Marsh’s "bring-backs" is chronicled in Adam Makos’ new book "Spearhead."

Product Preview: LifeLite TCP PepperBall Launcher

The PepperBall TCP, from LifeLite, is the company’s latest innovation for the less-than-lethal personal defense market.

Men and Guns of the 1900 China Relief Expedition

Some American troops fought with guns one would expect in the multi-national mission to Peking, such as the Krag-Jorgensen. But other guns were used during the “Boxer Rebellion” that were a little more unusual, including Gatlings, M1895 Colt machine guns and the short-lived Lee Navy straight pull rifle in .236.

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