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Reliable, versatile, and just nifty as can be, the SIG Rattler packs unprecedented levels of awesome into the tiniest of packages.
The RRAGE is a solid performer if you are looking for a lightweight carbine and are determined on mounting an optic only. As that seems to be the trend these days, I think this would make for a fine entry level rifle for anyone looking for a home-defense or target rifle.
All right, we’ll address the most-obvious issue right off the bat here: “budget” and “.50 BMG” are two words that probably don’t belong in the same sentence. Any gun that burns a minimum of $3 with each pull of the trigger definitely isn’t what we’d call a “common man’s” rifle,
The MKA 1923 combines the speed and maneuverability of a traditional bullpup with the stopping power of the quintessential shotgun. Making this compact beast the perfect tool for home protection, 3 gun competition or even just some fun on the range.
When Sweden placed an export ban on its submachine gun in 1967 due to U.S. involvement in Vietnam, the Army went to the powers that be at Smith & Wesson for a solution, who produced a copy of the Carl Gustav Submachine Gun which became the Model 76 SMG.
Kirsten Joy Weiss has built a huge followTube with more than 124,000 subscribers. In her latest video, she tackles a pretty tricky shot: A standing shot with a .22 rifle at an egg at 300 yards. Yep, she missed the first couple of times, but the shots are incredibly close.
Auto-Ordnance, a division of the Kahr Firearms Group, announced the launch of the company’s new T5-9L20 Thompson carbine, which is chambered in the popular 9 mm cartridge. “Fans of the Thompson product line have been asking about a 9 mm for a number of years,” stated Frank Harris, VP Sales and