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Review: Ruger's Marlin Model 1895 SBL

Ruger is inaugurating its stewardship of the storied Marlin brand with the re-launch of the flashy but functional Model 1895 SBL. What’s changed, what’s stayed the same and how do they shoot?

Review: Crimson Trace Brushline Pro 4-16X 42 mm BDC

Crimson Trace of Wilsonville, Ore., is best known for its innovative, firearm-mounted laser sights and lights; however, the company has expanded its offerings to include tools, dot-style sights and riflescopes.

The Rifle: Combat Stories From America's Last WWII Veterans

When 28-year-old Marine Andrew Biggio bought an M1 Garand, he never imagined the journey that would ensue.

Review: Browning Black Label 1911-380

A scaled down version of the fullsize Government Model 1911, The Browning Black Label 1911-380 is built on the same footprint as the company’s successful 1911-22, but with a .380 ACP chambering instead of rimfire.

Review: Mossberg Optics-Ready MC2sc 9 mm Pistol

This well thought out, trimmed down, new striker-fired 9 mm Mossberg handgun with a red-dot optic is an ideal daily carry option.

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: Norinco Type 54 From AIM Surplus

The Type 54 is a 1950's era North China Industries (Norinco) clone of the Russian TT pistol, and large quantities have recently become available through AIM Surplus.

Book Review: 'The FN-49–Last Elegant Old-World Military Rifle'

Loaded with new information, and nearly double the size of his previous work, Author Wayne Johnson is back with more hardbound facts surrounding the FN-49 self-loading rifle.

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.

Book Review: The US M3/M3A1 Submachine Gun

Michael Heidler, no stranger to writing about firearm history, has produced a most impressive volume on one of this author’s favorite World War II firearms, the M3 “grease gun.”

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