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These old combat handguns are still available, even in the frenzied gun market. This book is your guide to classic pistols that work today, reviewed by the greatest gun writers of all time.
We may not be as popular as Oprah or Ellen (at least not yet), but we do have a few “favorite things,” and this month we’re giving away several of them! Today’s prize is the Gun Digest Store’s December special – the Limited Edition Gun Digest Collector’s Set.
The truth is, gun owners are hard to buy for. Here are some gift ideas for gun lovers that virtually anyone who collects guns or shoots will appreciate.
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Find Out How the “Mattel Toy” became America’s Assault Rifle.
The Civil War was a turning point in American history. Edward R. Crews describes the different weapons used by the Union and the Confederates and how the quality and availability of arms affected the outcome of the war.
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While artists may like to depict upland hunters with double barrel shotguns, doubtless more upland game are actually taken with autoloaders. Here is a look at some of the best repeaters.
Never heard of the mighty Tingle .44 blackpowder magnum revolver? Welcome to the club. Predating Ruger’s Old Army .44 by more than a decade, the Tingle .44 blackpowder is all but forgotten today.