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Kahr Arms announced the launch of two new pistols at the 2017 NRA Annual Meeting and Exhibits in Atlanta, GA. The two new guns are additions to the company’s value-price S Series: The S9 and the ST9 pistols. The new S Series of guns incorporates a reconfigured magazine base, as

STI International worked with self-defense trainer Chris Costa to produce a new collection of pistols named the Costa Series, designed with personal defense and duty use in mind. The new STI Costa HOST pistol is the latest from the company. The Costa HOST pistol is ready for use straight from

The St. Louis Police Department decommissioned all 29 of its Thompson submachine guns 60 years ago, but the firearms are coming out of mothballs to underwrite half the cost of the department’s purchase of 1,500 new Beretta 9 mms and additional AR-15 patrol rifles. It’s not the first time selling

Trojan Firearms, based in Phoenix, AZ, took more than 30 years of knowledge and experience in precision machining and put it toward designing high-performance firearms. The latest from the company is the new PRO9V1 carbine, chambered in 9 mm. The new Trojan PRO9V1 carbine is based on the ergonomics and

They fought for 63 days without outside support, which is remarkable when you consider the strength of their opponent. They sought to liberate Warsaw from German occupation, and they planned to do it simultaneously with the advance of Soviet forces toward the city as a part of a nationwide uprising

Article first appeared at Ammo Land. USA –-(Ammoland.com)- There may be no more pleasing pistol to shoot than a .22 handgun. The shooting is easy and the ammunition is cheap…if you can find any. There may be no better tool in learning or sharpening shooting skill. There are also few

It’s always interesting to see how changes in consumer demand, technology, regulations and politics mingle together to shape and influence the ever-shifting shooting-industry landscape. The results are sometimes confusing, occasionally frustrating but often surprising. The rifle tested for this review is a case in point. The new bolt-action Ruger American

The most iconic and well-known submachine gun of all time is unquestionably the Thompson. First put into production in 1921, the Thompson initially gained a measure of notoriety in the hands of G-Men and nefarious criminal elements in the late 1920s and early 1930s. It also saw limited military service

The 30 Nosler cartridge delivers better ballistics than the .300 Win. Mag. out of an unbelted case, and fits into .30-’06 Sprg.-length actions. The Nosler Model 48 Heritage shown here is topped with a Leupold VX-6 2-12X 42 mm riflescope. More than one human has observed that the more things

Some might say the Model 1873 Winchester “Won the West,” but it was Model 1892 that conquered Hollywood. The imfdb.com page for the Model 1892 may well be its longest entry. Remember Chuck Connors in “The Rifleman,”? Yeah, that was a Model ‘92. How about the “Mare’s Leg” in “Wanted: