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As a young gun enthusiast, I did not pay much attention to the AK family of firearms. That wasn’t due to any bad experiences with AKs, but rather because I had no experience with them whatsoever. You see, in those days, when the Vietnam War was still a fresh memory …
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Article first appeared at American Rifleman. Although 2016 was a bumpy ride politically speaking, it was a time of positive growth and change for Savage Arms. Starting the year off with a new stylized “S” logo, customers were kept properly supplied with high-quality, affordably priced bolt-actions,  rimfire semi-autos, and even …
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Article first appeared at Ammo Land. I’m a relative newcomer to the world of the AR-15-pattern rifle. Until fairly recently, I languished in the People’s Republic of Massachusetts, where such rifles are still subject to the vagaries of the 1994 Assault Weapons Ban that expired in 2004 in Free America. …
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Article first appeared at American Rifleman. Three entirely different styles of Browning-branded holsters—(l. to r.) the Military Leather, the Leather Slide and the Lock-Pro—fit both the center-fire 1911-380 models and the rimfire 1911-22 models and testify to the versatility and growing popularity of the company’sreduced-ratio M1911 platform concept. What do …
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Article first appeared at Ammo Land. United States -(AmmoLand.com)- Fear of the dark is one of humanity’s old terrors. And for good reason. Some things that go bump in the night can hurt us. It’s not clear if the first humans learned to make fire more out of a desire …
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Article first appeared at American Rifleman. Hi-Point guns have gained popularity for their simplicity and reliability. Those qualities are behind the firearms designed and built for the last two decades by Tom Deeb in the Beemiller manufacturing plant in Mansfield, Ohio. “I’ve had an interest in firearms since … forever. …
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Article first appeared at NRAmedia.org NRAmedia – You’re watching the evening news, yet another story of burglaries and home invasions. And as the intrepid reporter at Eyewitness News pontificates solemnly about the rising tide of violence in your fair city while standing in front of a scene lit by strobing emergency …
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Back in 2011, we facetiously noted that innocent Americans were being added to terror watchlists and No-Fly lists at an alarming pace. So much so, we opined, that by 2020 every person in the United States would be deemed a terrorist and that the entire world would be on a …
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