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Bipod design matters when it comes to recoil management.

Recoil Management: Accuracy Hinges On Absorbing The Shock

There's more to accuracy than breathe and trigger control. Recoil management is as fundamental as any of the other shooting fundamentals.
This is one of the Colt rifles with the two-headed hydra takedown pin. Leave it alone and build on something else.

AR-15 Lower: Putting The Internals Together

Assembling the AR-15 lower shouldn't cause a brain cramp, but there are a few tricks to make certain it doesn't rattle like a jalopy.
The AR is one rifle that will do almost anything, and that certainly includes hunting. By swapping upper receivers, you can run a variety of calibers through your lower receiver for a variety of pursuits. Or, you can assemble dedicated rifles for specific purposes — and with the proper tools and knowledge you can do it yourself.

Upgrades: Top AR-15 Parts And Accessories (2020)

No need to settle for a stock carbine. We’ve got the AR-15 parts and accessories that will get you rifle humming.
Not only do you need a good wrench, you also need a way to hold the receiver. A clamshell or a reaction rod is just the ticket.

5 Areas Of Concern In The AR-15 Build

Constructing your dream rifle from scratch isn't knockout difficult, but there are some processes of the AR-15 build that get folks tied in knots.
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What Are The Bug-Out Bag Essentials?

A bug-out bag or SHTF kit is key to get you through a disaster. Do you have yours put together? Here are the bug-out bag essentials.
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6 Worst Flu Epidemics Preceding Coronavirus

Coronavirus has the world panicked, but it isn't the first time humanity has stared down a pandemic.
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Browning Automatic Rifle: The Gun That Changed the Infantry

THE U.S. ARMY'S Browning Automatic Rifle, always known as the BAR, was one of the great infantry weapons of its day. And it's still a great rifle today.
A first-year Standard Model, serial number 0194, from the first shipment from the Ruger factory in October of 1949. Photo courtesy Don Findley.

Ruger .22 Handgun: Gun Digest’s Top Pistol Picks (2020)

Ruger hit a grand slam with its first Ruger 22 pistol, introduced to the shooting public in 1949. Here are Gun Digest's top picks of Ruger rimfire handguns.
On the top is a Type II malfunction—failure to eject an empty piece of brass. Below is the Type III, or double feed. Using high-quality parts minimizes the likelihood of these problems. But, even then, “Murphy’s Law” kicks in. Be ready to clear a stoppage.

Five Types Of AR Malfunctions And How To Address Them

Whether it's a failure to feed or failure to eject, AR-15 malfunctions are part of life. Here's how to address them and keep you carbine running.
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Survival: 4 Types Of Shelter-in-Place Guns

When it comes to firearms for sheltering in place, one concept is key: the layering of weapon coverage for your permanent position. Your weapons should...
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Long-Range Shooting: Becoming Your Own Spotter

You won't always have a buddy on the glass next to you, so becoming your own spotter is key for consistent long-range shooting success.
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.
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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Modifying The Savage 110: .308 Nor. Mag. To .280 AI Project

The AR-15 isn't the only rifle that a snap to jump between calibers, as taking a Savage 110 from .308 Norma Magnum to .280 Ackley Improved proves.
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6 Ways To Save Big On Your Next Gunbroker Gun Buy

Make your next purchase at Gunbroker count with these six savvy tips that will save you money.
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4 Excellent 6.5 Grendel Barrel Options For Your Next Build (2020)

If you're looking to build a six-and-a-half from scratch, then we've got four 6.5 Grendel barrel options you need to consider.
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