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Article first appeared at Ammoland.com U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- The Winchester rifles were synonymous with winning the West, but to point out which of those rifles that actually achieved that has been open for debate. For years, most said it was the 1873, but more and more evidence that another Winchester rifle had a
As far as I can tell, double-action revolvers remain popular sellers despite the slowdown in gun sales, and small, short-barreled revolvers suitable for concealed carry are the most popular of all. As you may know, referring to a revolver as double-action (DA) means it can be cocked via the trigger
PSSST, don’t tell ATF but we are giving away a “grenade” launcher to a complete stranger. Who loves you?
Everything about the gun tells me that if there was a gun that actually had a chance at being a “Glock killer,” it’s the FN 509 Midsize. Not only does it check all the boxes and then some, but it is also built by a brand that has just as much attention from LEOs as Glock does.
The bullpup rifle has always had a hard time clicking with the American consumer. While the layout has been around for quite some time, the execution of many a design has failed to attract more than a passing “that’s cool” from end users. All that changed with the introduction of the Tavor SAR from IWI and the subsequent X95, which is the subject of this article.
Many people thought that the Magnum Research Desert Eagle .50 was going to be a gun that wouldn’t allow for a suppressor. Boy, were they wrong. Get a load of this thing! GY6 Vids demonstrated the threaded barrel for the Desert Eagle and the Bowers suppressor. It’s definitely not very