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The Advanced Armament Company has been making suppressors for some time now. So when it came time to design a cartridge and build an upper to house it, they knew a thing or two about the job. The result? The .300 AAC Blackout.
The civilian version of the AR-15 used by the DEA and FBI is one sweet rifle, with all the needed accessories to boot.
Introduced as an inexpensive plinker, the High Standard Sentinal .22 revolver was ahead of its time with landmark revolver design features. Unfairly tarnished with a “junk gun” image, it may be the best buy in a used handgun available today.
The Rock River Arms LAR-15 is one AR that is made to seriously hunt.
FNH USA introduces a new, improved .45 for the civilian market. Gun Digest got the scoop on the FNX-45.
In the 1970s, the SIG-Sauer brand was new to American firearms enthusiasts, and the company’s pistols took America by storm. For a long time, the P226 was the most popular of the series, for very good reasons, according to Massad Ayoob.
Windham Weaponry AR-15 rifles are just what you’d expect out of this long-time manufacturer from Maine: Top quality and great shooters.
Over/under & side-by-side shotguns are common, but a three-barrel shotgun? In the “1991 Gun Digest,” Larry Sterett wrote a gun review about just such a gun.
Del-Ton makes good rifles, even though some shooters are so class-based they won’t acknowledge any rifle not made by the “best” or “mil-spec” companies. Their loss, says Patrick Sweeney in this AR-15 review.
Everyone knows a Wilson Combat 1911 is top of the line. In this AR-15 review, Patrick Sweeney argues the same can be said for Wilson’s AR-15s, including this one chambered for the 6.8 cartridge.