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More Ducks, Less Ammo
Bump-stocks and Bimbos
Retay Arms Masai Mara 12 Gauge Autoloader, EVO Camo
The Las Vegas Tragedy is just another September in Chicago
Browning AB3 Hunter Bolt-Action Rifle, 6.5 Creedmoor
Everything You Might Not Want to Know About Shotgun Patterns
Fake News & Firearms
Remington V3: 2500 Rounds without Cleaning
The Best Autoloading Hunting Shotguns on the Market
Woodman Arms Reignites the Hunting Muzzleloader
Is the Sightron S-TAC2-10X32HHR2 the Hunting Scope You've Been Looking For?
Thompson / Center Compass 6.5 Creedmoor Bolt Action Rifle: The Bargain of 2017
Pilad 3MOA Red Dot Shotgun Sight: A Red Dot that never Needs Batteries
A Luxury Shotgun Case at a Great Price: T.F. & Co.'s Signature Case
MantisX Firearms Training System
The High Quality Soft Shotgun Case by Thomas Ferney & Co
The Pistol Case You Need Today: Thomas Ferney & Co. “Portfolio Case
The Three Best Muzzleloaders You Can Buy Today
Review: 2017 Fabarm L4S Sporting 12 Gauge Clay Target Autoloader
Retay Arms Masai Mara 12 Gauge Auto, Part Two
Shipping now: the Fabarm L4S Sporting
The Design Defect of the Benelli Super Black Eagle 3
The Shotshells I use Today . . . and Why
First Look: Retay Arms Masai Mara 12 Gauge Auto Part One
Federal Re-imagines the 22 Long Rifle Hunting Round
Limbsaver Reinvents the Rifle Rest: Limbsaver SmartRest NitroForce SR01
Review: Thompson Compass 6.5 Creedmoor Bolt Action Rifle, Part One
Trigger Job: Before and After, Mossberg SA-20 20 Gauge
Why You Need a Comfort Cling Holster from Clinger Holsters
Why You Need to Buy the Moto G5 Plus Smartphone
Twenty Gauge Autoloading Shotguns: What Do They Really Weigh?
Why the Mossberg SA-20 is the Best Upland Twenty Gauge Autoloader on the Market Today
The Best Modern Hunting Cartridge, the 6.5 Creedmoor?
Review: The New Ruger LCP II .380 Pistol
Mossberg and Weatherby and More: The Battle of the 20 Gauges Part Two
The Essential Ed Lowry on Shotshell Velocity and Patterns
Mossberg and Weatherby, The Battle of the 20 Gauges Part One
Why You Need to Buy Trulock Chokes
The Case for Tighter Constriction Chokes
The All-Around Shotgun
Striker-Fired 9mm Full Size Pistol Roundup
RCBS Scores Big with their new Chargemaster Lite Propellant Dispenser
Federal 3RD DEGREE Turkey Ammo
Review: 2017 Smith & Wesson M&P 9 M2.0 9mm Pistol
Limbsaver AirTech Recoil Pad Fun with the Remington V3
Federal Reinvents the Shotshell: the Gold Medal Grand
The Not So Super Winchester SX4 Shotgun
Upcoming Firearm Reviews 3/26/2017
Neil Winston's Easy Shotgun Point of Impact Testing
Making A Shotgun Fit by Rollin Oswald
The Care and Feeding of the Fabarm L4S Autoloading Shotgun
2017 Low Light Hunting Scope Comparison
What is Better, a Gas-Operated or a Recoil-Operated Autoloading Shotgun?
Review: Hawke Optics Endurance 4-12×42 LER LR Dot Riflescope, the Best for the Dollar?
Review: Sightron S-TAC 3-16 x 42mm Rifle Scope “A Big Surprise”
Review: Nikon Monarch 5 3-15 x 42 Side Focus Riflescope
Caldwell Universal Pistol Mag Charger
New Winchester 20 Gauge Turkey Medicine: Longbeard XR
Nikon Reinvents the Laser Rangefinder? The 2017 MONARCH 7i VR
Burris Belts a Home Run: Burris Veracity 2 - 10 x 42mm Riflescope
The Attack on the Second Amendment Continues
Who Puts the Hardest Shot in Lead Target Shotshells?
Is the Firearms Industry in Complete Disarray?
The BEST Patterning Shotshells: Joe Hunter Testing
2017 Rangefinder Roundup and the Vortex Ranger 1500
Comments on the Beretta A300
An Old Comparison: SuperAuto Shootout: Benelli SBE II vs. Browning Maxus
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