Kel-Tec P50

Review: Kel-Tec’s Radical P50

Between its retro appearance and the 50 rounds of 5.7x28 mm FN ammunition on board, George Kellgren’s latest pistol design may be his most interesting to date. Is it the ultimate varmint blaster? You decide.

One Rifle, One Handgun, One Cartridge: The Modern PCC

Having a long gun that accepts the same cartridge as your handgun has made good sense for 150 years, but some of today’s modern pistol-caliber carbines take the idea a step further by sharing the same magazine.

Taking The Long Shot: Bergara and CVA New Products 2021

Bergara and CVA, both owned by BPI Outdoors, hosted several "Long Shot Tour" events to show off new bolt-action and muzzleloading rifles for 2021. 

Micro Rimfires: 3 Great Youth Training Rifles

Among the many rimfire options available, micro rifles are ideal for young shooters to start off with. Here, three different brands of micro rimfire youth rifles are tested against each other.

CZ Bren & Scorpion: Accessories & Field Notes

Due to the popularity of the CZ Bren and Scorpion lines, several manufacturers now offer aftermarket components. Here's a rundown of what's available.

Review: CZ Scorpion EVO 3 S2 Micro

The Scorpion EVO 3 S2 Micro is the latest iteration of the popular Scorpion design, which stretches back to 1961.

Review: CZ Bren 2 Ms

While substantially different from its original Czech and British namesake, the newest Bren available from CZ-USA has, nevertheless, tapped into a strong American appetite for innovative, high-quality personal-defense small arms—­and is available in a pistol version.

5 Low-Cost Training Methods for Shooters

Whether it's an ammunition shortage or another limiting factor, it is still possible to train without having to spend a lot or hunt down centerfire ammunition.

Still Rollin': Heckler & Koch's SP5 Pistol

No, the MP5 is not going away. In fact, for the first time, maker Heckler & Koch is offering an authentic, German-made semi-automatic replica of the fullsize MP5 in pistol form. This is the SP5.

The 'Banner' Mauser: Model 98 Standard Modell

Mauser's famous rectangular banner logo, first used in 1909, appeared on an export rifle called the “Standard Modell,” which would become known in collecting circles as the “Mauser Banner.”

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