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Hawke Introduces Shotgun & Muzzleloader Reticle

By Richard Johnson Hawke Sports Optics announced a new 3-9×40 scope with a reticle designed specifically for shotguns and muzzleloading rifles. The reticle is illuminated and has an adjustable, step-less brightness control. Eye relief is 4.5″. According to Hawke: The

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Mesa Tactical Releases Remington 870 20ga Adapter

By Sam Cadle Many people I have talked to have expressed interest in getting a 20 gauge shotgun. Many of them are looking for one as a home defense gun that their spouse can feel comfortable using as well. 20

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A horrifying experiment in “Garand Thumb”

By Othais Fellow C&R firearms enthusiast Oelund has undertaken a rather extreme experiment. He has given us permission to display the results here: Some of you might have heard the term “Garand-Thumb” or “M1-Thumb”. That is the name for when

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POTD: Your dog poses with a rifle, my cat actually knows how they work.

By Steve Johnson Damien sent in these two photos of his cat and his custom Remington 700. He wrote … Rem 700 receiver, McGowen Barrel, AICS 2.0 Stock, Mark 4 Leupold Scope, bolt work done by Twistedbarrel.com and one smart

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Aimpoint Launches New Micro T-2 Sight

By Phil White Aimpoint, the originator and world leader in electronic red dot sighting technology, has announced the addition of the new Micro T-2 sight to the company’s professional product line. The Micro T-2 will be available for shipment in

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The Full Auto SVT-40, The Soviet M14 of 1942

By Nathaniel F In retrospect, it’s remarkable how much faith the US had in its soldiers’ abilities to control a full-power automatic weapon. The answer to the question “is a full-caliber automatic infantry rifle a good idea” was well within

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Shooting the ATI .22LR MP40

By Alex C. ATI showed up at the Blue August Gun and Outdoor Conference with one of their spiffy new .22LR MP40 clones. The first few thousand will ship in an Amish made wooden transit chest, which is just too

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Bond Arms: Derringers Done Right

By Alex C. Here at the Blue August Gun and Outdoor Conference, we were fortunate enough to be presented what I consider one of the neatest pistols on the market: “Hey wait.. that’s a Derringer?!”. Hell yes it is, and

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Ghost Gunner DIY CNC

By Nicholas C Defense Distributed has come out with an inexpensive miniature CNC for milling 80% lowers. Similar in size to a Makerbot, the Ghost Gunner CNC can easily sit on a desktop. They have pre-orders up now. Only about

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Eagle Imports to Begin Importation of K100 Grand Power Pistols

By Nathaniel F The Tactical Wire reports: Wanamassa, NJ – Eagle Imports, Inc., importers of the popular Bersa line of firearms and exclusive distributor of the Metro Arms family, is proud to announce the exclusive US distribution of the Grand

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