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S&W M&P 380 Shield EZ

The .380 ACP is sometimes given short shrift. It isn’t a 9 mm, and to...

Ruger LCRx

Those of a certain age, and those in the know, are aware that snub-nosed revolvers...

Hornady Receives Award for Innovative Vehicle Safe

The ammunition and storage safety company has been honored for their brilliant RAPiD Vehicle Safe...

6 Tips to Storing Your Firearm in a Car

If you must stash your gun before going into a building, don’t make it obvious,...

Mail Call: Business Overreach

I just finished the America’s 1st Freedom July issue and was pleased to see two...

Hornady Sponsors Shooting Event for Newcomers

The “Heartland First Shots” activities in Nebraska are designed to let people get acquainted with...

If You Need a Highly Concealable Carry Gun, a Titan Will Do

The Tanfoglio .25 caliber GT27 Titan semi-automatic is good when a larger gun can’t be...

2A Armament Xanthos-Lite and Balios Lite Reviewed

Lightweight and light duty are easy to equate, but imputing that notion to either the...

Springfield Quits Doing Business with Dick’s Sporting Goods

The firearm industry is turning the table on entities that take a hard stance on...

Remington 700 SPS Tactical AAC-SD Reviewed

We posit that “routine” should not be confused with “boring,” especially when it means a...

Bergara B-14 BMP Gets High Marks

Decisive accuracy and soft recoil are always a pleasure, and Bergara’s B-14 BMP in 6.5...

ZORE Launches “Core Series” Gun Lock for Handguns

The device allows the shooter to remove the lock and chamber a round in one...

First Gear | Christmas Countdown: Hornady, EGW, Lee and Sierra

A reloading theme—from Hornady to Sierra—kicks off our Christmas gifting suggestions.

Exercise Your Freedom | Reloading, Part 11: The Last Step—Crimping

The last of seven steps in the reloading process gets us perilously close to bang.

Exercise Your Freedom | Reloading, Part 10: Bullet Seating Q&A

In a continuation of our reloading series, we answer some bullet seating questions from readers.

Exercise Your Freedom | Reloading, Part 9: Bullet Seating

Seating bullets in those prepped and charged cases is easy. Except when it isn’t.

Exercise Your Freedom | Reloading, Part 8: Charging the Case

Pow(d)ering up those perfectly prepped cases can make things go right, or very, very wrong.

Exercise Your Freedom | Reloading, Part 7: Case Mouth Flaring

Proper flaring of the case mouth forestalls other later problems for the smart reloader.

Exercise Your Freedom | Reloading, Part 6: Priming

A bunch of ignition problems simply go away with proper primer “installation.”

Carry Life | Home “Carry,” Part 5

Guns & Gear Editor Frank Winn answers some home carry questions from readers.
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