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Gunsmithing: Bring The M1917 Back To Life

The time-tested M1917 is still a sweet shooter, even 100 years. But in many case the rifle will need work, particularly its barrel, to get on target.
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Ammo Brief: The Hot And Flexible .22-250 Remington

A long-time wildcat cartridge, the .22-250 Remington has grown to become a favorite of bench-rest shooters, varmint hunters and even deer hunters in some parts of the country.
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First Look: Speer Gold Dot Ammunition Line

Boasting the revolutionary G2 bullet, the Speer Carry Gun line of ammo takes sub-compact and compact guns' performance to a new level.
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M1917 Enfield: The Unofficial U.S. Service Rifle

The M1917 Enfield, or the "American Enfield", was used in larger numbers than the official U.S. service rifle of the Great War. Today, it still a sweet shooter.
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New Guns And Gear February 2020

Looking to stock up your gun safe or need a new piece of gear to get you shooting straight, we've got 14 sweet shooters and accessories that are on target.
The author’s Heym Express by Martini in .404 Jeffery gives excellent accuracy with handloaded ammunition.

Reloading: The Endless Chase For Velocity

Chasing velocity while maintaining accuracy is a maddening quest, one that requires the willingness to experiment and be flexible with expectations.
This Hand Ejector First Model belonged to a member of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Silver Mounted Posse in the 1950s. Its nickel finish was redone at the Smith & Wesson factory. The Bohlin silver grips add a fine touch. (Photo: Guns International)

Classic Firearms: The Smith & Wesson Hand Ejector Revolver

Introduced more than a century ago, the basic design of the Smith & Wesson hand ejector continues to define double-action pistols today.
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10 Pocket Holsters For Easy Everyday Carry (2020)

Here are several pocket holsters that simplify carrying a self-defense gun and keep it at the ready.
Revolver power at the .357 Magnum level is just the start. Pistols top out pretty quickly after that, but you can get revolvers that have as much power as some rifles.

The Most Prevalent Revolver Myths Dispelled

Despite its longevity, the wheelgun continues to be misunderstood. We set the record straight on seven of the most common misunderstandings concerning revolvers.
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Top 22 Sharp-Shooting 6.5 Creedmoor Rifles (2020)

Choices abound when it comes to top 6.5 Creedmoor rifles. Here are some of the best to get the red-hot round dead on target.
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Truth About Straight-Walled Cartridge Ballistics

Even with modern advancements, straight-walled cartridge ballistics remain very consistent, which keeps them a short-range affair.
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First Look: MPA BA PMR “Pro” Competition Rifle

Designed for Production Class precision rifle competition, the MPA BA PMR “Pro” Competition Rifle trims down on the price tag, yet offers all the accuracy.
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Rifle Scope: Picking The Right Power

Too much magnification can be a waste of money and too little an impediment to accuracy. What you need to know is how to select a rifle scope based on your magnification needs.
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Lever-Action Shotgun: Past, Present And Future

From innovative black-powder repeater to modern throwback arm and dandy field gun, the All-American lever-action shotgun continues to soldier on.
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