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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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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Giant Swiss battle rifle: the SIG SG 510
Giant Swiss battle rifle: the SIG SG 510
With a loaded weight going well over 13 pounds, this 1950s battle rifle was the go-to arm of the Swiss Army for decades and is a much sought after collectible here in the states. Why was it designed?The Swiss Army had a l ...
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Gun Lover TV: Top Shot Chris Cheng on Rifle Cartridges
Gun Lover TV: Top Shot Chris Cheng on Rifle Cartridges
Happy Saturday, FirearmsTalk.com!Let's kick off the weekend with more rifle tips from Top Shot Chris Cheng!Everyone from newcomers to shooting sports to experts in the field can benefit from this refresher course on rifle ...
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Gun Lover TV: Top Shot Chris Cheng on Rifle Sights
Gun Lover TV: Top Shot Chris Cheng on Rifle Sights
Top Shot Chris Cheng is back again with more stellar tips tokeep you in top condition at the range or at home.In this episode, Chris goes over rifle sights. Everythingfrom iron sights to rifle scopes is covered in this e ...
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Forgotten import: The Swiss/Italian Vetterli rifle
Forgotten import: The Swiss/Italian Vetterli rifle
In the 1860s, the Swiss government went looking for a rifle that would replace older percussion muskets and elevate them into the revolution in worldwide military arms ushered in with the U.S. Civil War. What they came up ...
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RugerTalk Highlight: Magpul Brings in the M-Lok Capable X-22 Stock for Ruger Plinkers
RugerTalk Highlight: Magpul Brings in the M-Lok Capable X-22 Stock for Ruger Plinkers
Got a Ruger 10/22 rifle? You'll want to check this out...Magpul just released a 10/22 chassis with features to make your head spin. The X-22 stock is made from high quality reinforced polymer and features everything from ...
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Milsurp spotlight: The classic Swiss K31 straight pull rifle
Milsurp spotlight: The classic Swiss K31 straight pull rifle
The industrious hard-working people of Switzerland are known for cuckoo clocks, great chocolates, bank accounts on the low low, and high-end watches. What they are also known for are precisely engineered firearms construc ...
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19th Century gun hacks: Native peoples modified rifles
19th Century gun hacks: Native peoples modified rifles
Today we think that we have the market cornered on updating, accessorizing, and otherwise personalizing our ARs, Glocks, 1911s and the like. But, in thinking we are the first clever people to figure this stuff out, we are ...
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