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It was 1886 when the Sempert & Krieghoff rifle factory was established in Suhl, Germany, with Ludwig Krieghoff at the helm. The fine gunmaking tradition must have been genetic, because in 1916 his son, Heinrich, established another firearm manufacturing firm in the same city. It operated under the Heinrich Krieghoff …

Armed Citizen® Today A Houston, Texas, woman defended herself when an intruder allegedly kicked in the door to her residence on May 30, 2022. The woman had moved to the apartment to get away from the man, who was an alleged stalker. The man kicked in the front door to …

Q. I was attempting to sight-in a Winchester Model 94 side-eject rifle in .30-30 Win. using a telescopic sight. The shots printed high with the elevation cranked all the way down. Am I right to conclude that placing shims under the front telescopic sight base should correct this problem? How many shims of …

Wearing good eye protection while shooting is critical to a good shooting experience and ensures you can come back and do it again. From powder blast to spent casings to target debris, all sorts of items are flying through the air and could get stuck in your eye or hit …

Springfield Armory is no stranger to the M1911 platform, having offered some of the best commercial variants on the market, from the company’s entry-level Mil-Spec models to elite custom guns with hand-fit components and top-tier features and performance. In recent years, Springfield has focused on incorporating as many custom-grade features as …

Show your support of our right to keep and bear arms with Sarco, Inc.’s latest addition to its catalog, a USA-made pint glass emblazoned with “2nd Amendment” and the iconic introductory text of that sacred right. The 360-degree-wrapped glass is outfitted in patriotic colors and measures 5.75″ tall and 3.5″ …

At the time of America’s declaration of war after Pearl Harbor, there were two types of submachine guns in Uncle Sam’s arsenal; the Thompson and the Reising. Introduced in 1921, the Thompson was arguably the best-known submachine gun in the world. Initially manufactured by Colt in the early 1920s, the …

  Gun control groups are pulling back the curtain to reveal that their plan to add a firearm and ammunition-specific Merchant Category Code (MCC) for gun retailers isn’t about tracking guns. It’s about tracking you. Andrew Ross Sorkin, a New York Times columnist who proposed this idea years ago, penned …

With the adoption of the SIG Sauer MCX Spear (XM5) by the U.S. military and the popularity of the civilian version making it difficult to find to find on store shelves, it’s time to take a closer look at this new style of Modern Sporting Rifle. The main difference between the Spear …

More and more concealed carry pistols are hitting the market “optics-ready.” Some people buy a new gun, some convert their old slide and others look for a pistol with a red-dot sight installed at time of purchase. Is this just a trend or truly beneficial for the shooter? When shooting …