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VIDEO: Shooting Straight with Nick Fairall

Nick Fairall was once an Olympian and ski-jump world competitor. A tragic accident, however, left him without use of his legs. Now he is a serious shooting-sports competitor with a lot to say about the importance of our freedom.

VIDEO: Shooting Straight with Chris Cheng

Many of us remember Chris Cheng from the History Channel’s long-since-canceled show “Top Shot.” The show ran for five seasons, between 2010 and 2013, and featured two teams of competitors who had to use an unknown array of rifles, handguns and shotguns on various targets as they ran through shooting stations. One by one, the lowest-scoring marksmen were eliminated.

VIDEO: Must-See Interview on Coming Supreme Court Second Amendment Case

NRA-ILA Executive Director Jason Ouimet recently spoke with Grant Stinchfield about a crucial upcoming U.S. Supreme Court case.

VIDEO: Shooting Straight with Kevin Jackson

Kevin Jackson has a lot to say about what can actually make our inner-city neighborhoods safer.

VIDEO: Will We Be Allowed To Carry Our Freedom Where We Need It Most?

The U.S. Supreme Court is to decide if local officials can simply deny our Second Amendment rights.

VIDEO: Ruger MAX-9

The Ruger MAX-9 holds true to the company's roots.

VIDEO: A1F Editor Features in I Carry for Shooting Illustrated

A1F Managing Editor Mel Dixon features in an I Carry segment for Shooting Illustrated.

One Gun for Everything: SIG Sauer P320 AXG Scorpion

Different folks prefer different styles of handguns—that much is clear. But most folks who depend on a handgun for their job (and who are free to choose what gun they carry) either choose a high-capacity, striker-fired, polymer-framed gun, or they choose a high-capacity, metal-framed DA/SA gun.

Gun Review: Glock 44

In early 2020, Glock finally introduced a handgun chambered in the world’s most-popular cartridge: the .22 LR, giving us the Glock 44.

A Squeezer From Minneapolis?

Designed to be the size of a pocket watch, the diminutive Minneapolis Palm Pistol was sold under license by the Minneapolis Firearms Co., but records show these guns were actually made by James Duckworth of Springfield, Mass.

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