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Take your Kalashnikov rifle to the next level with these functional and ergonomic AK upgrades.
Economically priced and long on features, Nikon's BLACK X1000 IL X-MOA riflescope looks to be an on-target long-range optic.
Nothing goes further to ensure you hit center mass than the right sights on your concealed carry handgun. But of all the options, which is the best?
The 150-grain Fusion MSR is Federal Premium's first hunting-specific round for the .300 Blackout and has everything required to put meat on the table and trophies on the wall.
Adding Crimson Trace’s Laserguard Pro and other accessories to a Springfield XD-S makes a good gun great.
Ports have been around for some time now, but they have become increasingly popular as a factory-installed option. Just how effective is a ported barrel at reducing recoil and muzzle rise, though? Gun makers are always changing their product lines...
Handloading for the AR-15 isn't much different than for other rifles. But given it is a semi-automatic, there are some special considerations that must be taken into account when putting together a round.
Upland hunters have a few more choices when it comes to how they feed their 28-gauge, with Federal Premium adding three new shells for the minimalist bore.
Other than certain rounds specifically designed to work in conjunction with a suppressor, handloading for a gun outfitted with a can can be challenging… but not impossible.

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