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Monthly Archives: September 2020

  • Top 5 Shotguns Of 2020

    Shouldering a fine shotgun makes any firearm enthusiast reminisce of that one noble dog or maybe a foggy duck blind. The weight, feel, and finish of a shotgun create wonderful bygone moments.
  • Beretta Olympia 22LR Selective Fire

    What establishes the Beretta Olympia as universally unique is its "semi-automatic bolt action" Even the phrase sounds odd. Shooters seeing the action for the first time will have their inevitable “Ah Hah” moment.
  • Top Rifles Of 2020

    There is always a debate when a “best of list” is produced. How do you leave out specific designs or concepts that have shaped the world? The following long guns have saved lives, won wars and the west. The following long guns continue to make a difference.
  • Featured Caliber - .300 AAC Blackout

    There have been lots of calibers that hit the AR market, proclaiming to be the best. They make big claims and often talk about how they’ll replace the 5.56 as the AR caliber of choice. Inevitably, they all fail and become niche rounds. One 5.56 alternative for the AR-15 is the 300 Blackout, and it’s been one of the most successful.
  • What is the difference between a pistol and a handgun?

    All pistols are handguns, but not all handguns are pistols. That’s the best way I can answer the question the title of this article asks. That’s the simple way to answer, but there is a more complicated and exciting way to approach the topic.
  • FosTecH Trigger Systems

    FosTecH Triggers are American-made fast-fire trigger systems featuring cutting-edge designs. The Echo Series of Triggers are drop-in replacements for AR-15 and AK-47 rifles. Components for advanced weaponry such as the AR-15 and AK-47, have become tactical necessities or enjoyable add ons for shooters who love the sport.
  • Why Cleaning A Gun Is Important

    The Marine Corps has no official religion, but if it did, it would be weapon’s maintenance, aka cleaning your gun. As a Machine Gunner, my post field op cleaning involved my M240, my M16A4, and my M9 pistol. I had my hands full. When you begin seriously using a weapon, be it high-quality training, competition, or operational use, you begin to understand the importance of keeping your firearms clean. There are three big reasons why cleaning your gun is essential. 
  • A Look Into The History Of the Polish PPS-43C

    Design creativity in a firearm never ceases to amaze. Weapons of the 2nd World War were borne more out of necessity and pushed quickly into full production mode. Historians and collectors quickly forgot most of these firearms, while others have staying power, and there is never enough supply. From first glance, the Polish PPS-43C 9mm Pistol Semi-Auto available here is a unique design that has delighted collectors for over a century. 
  • The Classic Mosin-Nagant M1891/30

    No other firearm in the world can boast the credentials of the Mosin-Nagant M91/30. Thirty-seven million were built from 1891 to 1965, and the weapon is still in use today. The bolt action Mosin is a five-shot design that has seen hundreds of world conflicts. Millions of the rifles were produced and used in World War II by the largest mobilized army in history.
  • Why Are Revolvers Still Used?

    "I know what you're thinking. Did he fire six shots or only five? Well, to tell you the truth, in all this excitement, I've kinda lost track myself. But being as this is a .44 magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world, and would blow your head clean off, you've got to ask yourself one question: "Do I feel lucky?" Well, do ya, punk?" The immortal words of Clint Eastwood will always be brought up when people start talking about revolvers. 

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