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Beretta Unveils Elegant New Over-Under Shotgun

Beretta's shotguns are renown worldwide for their beauty and performance. And the Italian company keeps on churning them out. Beretta's most recent addition, a smart looking over-under designed to rule in the field.

The Beretta M9, in service since 1985, might soon be replaced as the U.S. Army's service pistol.

Army Shooting to Replace Beretta M9

The Beretta M9 has been in military service for nearly 30 years. But recently, the Army has signaled it aims to replace the 9mm with a more reliable and powerful pistol.

A petition aims to help remove suppressors from NFA regulation.

Petition Shoots to Remove Suppressors from NFA Regulation

Suppressors have quietly gained popularity over the years, but one big obstacle has stood in the way of the gun accessory's wider acceptance – the NFA. A petition aims to change all that requesting the device be removed from the legislation's regulation.

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Video: Gun Review of the Heckler & Koch VP9

It's been a spell since Heckler & Koch has introduced a new striker-fired pistol to the market, but that recently changed with the VP9. Check out this video to see if the wait was worth it for this 9mm pistol.

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Video: Gun Review of the Beretta ARX 100

With the utmost flexibility and space-age lines, the Beretta ARX 100 has been among the most anticipated tactical rifles in recent years. But does the carbine live up to its hype? Check out this video review to find out if Beretta done right.

While a lever-action shotgun seems strange today, tAs this replica Winchester Model 1887 demonstrates, a lever-action shotgun is a strange design. But the gun was one of the first successful repeating smoothbores.he Winchester Model 1887 was one of the first successful repeating smoothbores.

Video: Winchester’s Unique Lever-Action Shotgun

Given how pumps and semi-automatics dominate the market, a lever-action shotgun seems strange nowadays. But the Winchester 1887 was one of the first repeating smoothbores to find market success.