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Don't Let Back Pain Keep You From The Outdoor Sports You Love
The American Chiropractic Association estimates that approximately 31 million Americans experience back pain at any given moment. Experts also estimate that roughly 80% of all Americans will experience it at some point in ...
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What You Need To Know About Choosing Defense Ammo for Your AR-15
What You Need To Know About Choosing Defense Ammo for Your AR-15
The AR-15 has been enjoying massive popularity for the last couple decades and for good reason. While the fundamental design is more than a half century old, the rifle is still highly relevant. It has enjoyed constant im ...
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The 303 Jungle Carbine: Enfield
The 303 Jungle Carbine: Enfield's Puzzling No. 5 Mk I
From 1907 to current production (by Ishapore), there have been an estimated 20 million or so Short Magazine Lee Enfield bolt action rifles produced, and one of the more sought after, short-lived and peculiar of the breed ...
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The special Navy Seal gun you never hear about
The special Navy Seal gun you never hear about
For the past half-decade the U.S. Naval Special Warfare community has quietly used a device unique to its service-- the Battelle Plummet Gun-- and its half-Batman, half-Star Wars, and all-cool. (Note the scale when compar ...
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Ghost of the Eastern Front: The lost M35 subgun
Ghost of the Eastern Front: The lost M35 subgun
The Germans really loved submachine guns, adopting them in the last part of WWI and by WWII had masses of MP38 and MP40 room brooms in service. However, one design that has faded to the background of use is the Bergmann M ...
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Why the SVD is still kicking a half-century later
Why the SVD is still kicking a half-century later
Yevgeny Dragunov's SVD, a Soviet-made semi-auto 7.62x54R sniper rifle developed behind the Iron Curtain about the time of the Cuban Missile Crisis, is a Cold War classic that endures to this day and still sees both a lot ...
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Atomic Age bolt-gun: the Madsen M47
Atomic Age bolt-gun: the Madsen M47
Just after World War II, with the world awash in new semi-auto and select-fire rifles and submachine guns, one European company decided it was a good idea to attempt to sell a dated, but excellent, bolt-action infantry r ...
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Gun Lover TV: Top Shot Chris Cheng on Pistol Grip
Gun Lover TV: Top Shot Chris Cheng on Pistol Grip
We've all seen it horrible grips all up and down therange. Funny, silly, and sometimes downright head-scratching grips can be seenfrom all types of firearms users. From the greenhorn to the guru, grip isimperative in fire ...
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HiPoint Highlight: Picking a Gun to Match Your Invite to a Wedding or Funeral
HiPoint Highlight: Picking a Gun to Match Your Invite to a Wedding or Funeral
Happy hump day, FirearmsTalk.com!In your lifetime, you'll go to many weddings and hopefully not many funerals. In these situations, it's important to be packing the right firearm.Wait, seriously? Yes, seriously. There is ...
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Austrian Commander: The oft-ignored Glock 30
Austrian Commander: The oft-ignored Glock 30
Here in the U.S., the 1911 reigns supreme in the minds of many shooters, with perhaps the Glock series coming in a very narrow second place finish. Among 1911 fans, the Commander style guns, which offer a more compact .45 ...
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