Among the most unique long guns, there's no shortage of choices when it comes pistol-caliber carbine makes and models.
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An Alexander Arms AR in 6.5 Grendel bangs steel fast and furious past 600 yards with ease.
From the new book Guns of the FBI, take an insider’s tour into the G-man’s world of firearms and training with these 20 historical photos.
Once nearly forgotten, the AR-10 has risen to become a military and civilian favorite.
Find out how to go the extra mile with a custom rifle on the next Modern Shooter.
Understanding the AR-10 lower receiver is key to getting the rifle you want.
If you want to compete in the Heavy Metal Division of 3-Gun, you’ll need an AR-10. Here are the basics.
The K-3 Armenian Avtomat is an AK bullpup configuration. Here’s how this oddball and related AK variants came to be.
Early FBI sniper rifles were surprisingly basic. Today’s FBI HRT (Hostage Rescue Team) models are the tip of the spear in long-range shooting accuracy and features.
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Contrary to public opinion, the Thompson submachine gun was not only used by Prohibition-era gangsters. In fact, the “Tommy Gun” was a favorite among early FBI agents as well.
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The AK-12 has improved ergonomics and modularity over the AKM, AK-74 and AK-74M.
Like day and night, the AR-15 and AK-47 were designed for different purposes and achieve their ends disparately. Which one is right for you?