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Reboot Your Range Bag: 10 Kit Keepers

The shooting accessory market is filled with bags devoted to range use, but few maintain the organization of their contents while providing the handy features and space necessary to make the most of your time at the range.

"Lady Leupold" Riflescopes for Breast Cancer Awareness

All Proceeds of the "Lady Leopold" scopes will benefit the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

Snapshot: Making Brass For The Brass

There was considerable Congressional scrutiny when it came to the adoption of the Model of 1917 Browning machine gun.

The Keefe Report: A Return to Am Aastert

While the shows will be primarily about the Americans who fought in the Great War, we took a few minutes to stop by Am Aastert to remember a very special American soldier.

A Battle At Barrington: The Men & The Guns

On Nov. 27, 1934, two federal agents faced two heavily armed bandits in what is possibly the most savage gunfight on American soil. In the end, it cost the lives of two G-Men and Baby Face Nelson. Here, a Pulitzer Prize winner tells the tale.

Confederate Sharpshooter Berry Benson and His Enfield

The Enfield rifle-musket was preferred by Confederate sharpshooters, including South Carolina Sgt. Berry Benson. In fact, after Gen. Lee surrendered at Appomattox, Benson walked home—and took his rifle with him.

Origins of the Winchester Junior Rifle Corps

Started as a marksmanship program—with one eye toward the firm’s bottom line—the Winchester Junior Rifle Corps eventually boasted more than 100,000 young members and profoundly influenced the future of marksmanship and shooting in America.

Product Preview: Streamlight TLR-2 HL G

Streamlight’s new TLR-2 HL G combines a high-intensity green laser for improved day-time visibility with an LED white light designed to put out 720 lumens in a wide-beam pattern.

A Fugitive from the Law of Averages: Col. Walter R. Walsh

Col. Walter R. Walsh cast a tall shadow across most of the 20th Century not only as competitive shooter, but as an FBI agent-a G-Man shooting it out with nation’s worst desperadoes-and as an officer in the U.S. Marine Corps. He died at the age of 106.

The Guns of Gettysburg

In July 1863, the Army of the Potomac and the Army of Northern Virginia fought a bloody three-day battle near the small seminary town of Gettysburg, Pa. During the battle—the high-water mark of the Confederacy—everything from ancient smoothbores to state-of-the-art repeaters was pressed into service.

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