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Exercise Your Freedom | Grand Power X-Calibur: Out Of The Box

Guns & Gear Editor Frank Winn reviews the Grand Power X-Calibur, finding it innovative, accurate...

How To Fix The Crime Problem In Chicago

Chicago politicians focus on the law-abiding when violent criminals are the problem.

First Gear | Economical & Excellent: MGM and ClipDraw

An essentially permanent, versatile target system, and a great “carry” problem-solver.

Unclogging The Minds Of Anti-Gunners

Darren LaSorte lists a few of the (non-murderous) reasons to get a scary-looking AR.

First Gear | Magpul Glock Magazines And AR/MSR Trigger/Hammer Pins

Magpul’s “David” vs. Glock’s “Goliath,” and nifty problem-solvers for AR/MSR pin issues.

The Armed Citizen® Georgia

These Peach State residents were armed and ready to defend their lives and property.

Enough Gun

We test the Kimber Ultra Carry II and find it to be enough gun for...

Carry Life | Superstition Reigns

Not a single documented injury in USPSA’s history—not quite the anti-gun narrative.

The Armed Citizen® Detroit

These Detroit residents used firearms to find safety in a lawless environment.

Digging The SIG

SIG Sauer has a right-out-of-the-box winner on its hands in the P320. You’ll want one...

John Farnam On The Patrol Rifle, Part I

Instructor John Farnam briefs us on the M4 or PCC as a “patrol rifle.”

Carry Life | Red-Dot Defense

New advancements mean that red-dot sights can now be practical for defensive pistols.

Preparing for Murphy

As a general rule, Murphy’s Law means that anything that can go wrong in your...

What Comes Naturally

Colion explains why he loves the never-ending journey of improving as a shooter.

SIGnificant Departure

Guns & Gear Editor Frank Winn reviews the SIG 320.

Monster Mash

Few lines of duty-ready pistols indeed are as affordable, reliable, maintainable and rugged, nor offer...

TWINDHAM

Windham Weaponry tries to buy us off with two review rifles. It may have worked.

Long Live The 1911

The classic handgun meets modern technique in championship shooting at its very best.
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