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As AK-pattern rifle enthusiasts here in the U.S. can attest, imported AKs are not all created equal. Mikhail Kalashnikov’s battle-proven combat rifle design has been borrowed, cloned and modified by countries around the world without the benefit of uniform production standards. As a result, consumers need to pay close attention

Article first appeared at Ammo Land. Ft Collins, CO –-(Ammoland.com)- “History is never erased, nor forgotten. ‘Regret’ is merely wishing things were different, absent a willingness to act in order to cause a change. By contrast, ‘repentance’ is a sincere admission that you’re going the wrong way, combined with a

Article first appeared at Ammo Land. U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- Misinformation about self-defense rights and laws is what has sparked major debate over the misapplication of lethal force in civilian communities. Bruce Lawlor identifies the major issues in self-defense cases, and the legal approaches used to resolve them. The result is less

Article first appeared at Ammo Land. U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- One of our favorite silencer manufacturers is Innovative Arms of Elgin, SC. We have been wanting to get our hands on one of their integral designs for a while as they go beyond the basic Ruger 10/22 or Mk 2/3/4 systems and

Article first appeared at Ammo Land. USA -(Ammoland.com)- Two baffling and unforgivable things happened during testimony on HB-245, the Burden of Proof bill, in the House Judiciary Committee on Thursday, March 23, 2017. ONE: The Florida representative of NY Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Moms Demand Action (MDA) gave testimony that sounded

Article first appeared at Ammo Land. The Future of Intelligent Pistol Training System is here! The Interactive Pistol Training System Interactive Pistol Training System Northridge, Calif. –-(Ammoland.com)- Created to be the last word in rugged, electronic pistol training aids, the Interactive Pistol Training System, or iPTS is a multi-sensor platform

The .44 Mag. and its .44 Spl. forebear have deep roots in American shooting culture, stretching back through top-break antecedents in .44 Russian all the way back to antebellum blackpowder Colt percussion revolvers. The .44 Spl. is exactly as old as Smith & Wesson’s big, N-frame revolvers, being the debut

+**************-Nowhere is the AR-15 platform’s popularity more apparent than on the racks of gun stores around the country. Even in those regions where semi-automatics take a backseat to traditional lever-action and turnbolt hunting rifles, most gun shops can count on at least one AR “turn” a week. The good news

When I’m interested in powering up a handgun, downsizing the caliber is not my first thought. Yet, that’s the premise behind the 10 mm cartridge as envisioned by the FBI during its pursuit of the perfect pistol cartridge/caliber during the final decade of the last century. The bureau’s on-again/off-again romance

Editor’s note: With a bitter brawl brewing in Congress over national Right-to-Carry reciprocity, the dire warnings of a return to the Wild West are springing up once again. We asked Charles C.W. Cooke to give us a little historical perspective: Have Right-to-Carry laws ever resulted in widespread mayhem? Or mayhem