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The Winchester Model 70 Story

Developed off the design of the M1917 after World War I and unveiled in 1936, Winchester's Model 70 has become so iconic that it has earned the nickname of "the rifleman's rifle."

Preview: TangoDown Light Portal Front Sight

Due to their location on the gun, most front iron sights preclude the placement of a tactical light forward on a defensive carbine’s 12-o’clock rail, as they typically obstruct the light’s beam.

The Remington Model 700 Story

Spurred by a surplus of tooling and supply of World War I-era M1917 production, Remington made its own commercial sporting rifle from the design, which eventually matured into the Model 700. Today, it's still one of the most used bolt-action rifles in America.

Are Rifle Iron Sights Headed For Extinction?

As advances in electronic and optic technology continue to increase across the centerfire rifle market, it seems that it is driving factory iron sights included on rifles to extinction.

Preview: Mid-Evil Industries 360 VFG (GEN 2)

More than just a Vertical Fore Grip (VFG), Mid-Evil Industries offers a U.S.-made, modular, user-adjustable, stability-enhancement accessory that can be affixed to a firearm’s Picatinny or M-Lok accessory rail.

The Guns Of Operation Torch

Deemed a safer option than a direct attack on Nazi-occupied France, Operation Torch—the Allied invasion of French North Africa—was nonetheless a hard-fought, six-month campaign. These are the guns that helped America’s warfighters win victory.

I Have This Old Gun: Colt Police Positive Target (Second Issue)

In an effort to outdo Smith & Wesson’s fast-loading, top-break revolvers, Colt brought a solid-frame, swing-out-cylinder revolver to the market in 1889. Its initial models were large-frame handguns in .38 and .41 calibers designed for military use.

New For 2022: B&T USA APC9 Limited

B&T USA announced the availability of its APC9 Limited platforms, which are based on the company's popular submachine gun design.

New For 2022: Savage Arms A22 Takedown

The latest addition to Savage Arms' A22 family of rimfire rifles is the A22 Takedown, which is built with an innovative mechanism that allows for easy storage and transport.

Montana Rifle Company Returning In 2023?

The company's Model 1999 receiver, with its Mauser-style controlled-round-feed system of operation, laid the firm’s foundation solidly on performance, timeless function and looks to match. After closing its doors in early 2020, it appears the manufacturer is on the verge of making a comeback.

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