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Gemtech GM22 Suppressor Review

By Steve Johnson Oleg Volk has reviewed the Gemtech GM22 Suppressor, which has a single high-quality core with asymmetric baffles. Oleg writes … Since oppressive regulations made silencers into durable goods (as opposed to disposables as in New Zealand), periodic

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POTD: Hunting Moose and Bear in Sweden

By Steve Johnson Henrik sent us the above photo with the following description … Greeting from Sweden. This is me hunting moose and bear in the northern part of Sweden. I figure you guys would like to see something less

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Ashbury Precision Ordnance Releases SABER SX Actions

By Sam Cadle APO is now releasing their own bolt action receivers now. Having shot quite a lot of rifles with APO chassis and used some of their gear, I know their products are of high quality. So the fact

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Daniel Defense Makes the Inc. 500|5000 List for the Third Consecutive Year

By Richard Johnson Daniel Defense was recognized by Inc. magazine as one of the fastest growing, privately-owned companies in the US. A ranking of #1568 may not seem impressive on first glance, but considering there were approximately 28,000,000 small businesses

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5.7x26mm vs .22 WMR

By Nicholas C Military Arms Channel takes a look at the 5.7x28mm round versus your standard .22 WMR bullet. He shoots them out of their respective pistols. A FNH Five Seven and a Kel-Tec PMR-30. He even uses a SBR

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AR15Targets Inc. Skeletonized Lower

By Nicholas C Nick Atkinson of Team Crimson Trace was using a skeletonized AR lower at the FNH 3Gun Championships. It is a prototype and as you can see it is not fully finalized and coated. According to the lower,

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Gear Review: Invictus Practical shotgun caddies

By Chris Cheng In the competition and tactical shotgun worlds, speed loading is quite the interesting topic. The traditional weak/strong hand “load 2″ and “load 4″ techniques seen many years ago in Europe and have since made their way to

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A Short History of Tappet Operation, Part I: How It Works

By Nathaniel F Despite being the subject of a 1952 drama film, David Marshall Williams and his tappet form of gas operation remain somewhat poorly documented at the introductory level. This post and those that follow hope to provide a

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The “Fire Cobra”

By Steve Johnson Editor’s note: This article was written by Claymore. His previous blog posts can be read here. A while back I was talking with a friend who was employed by one of our government’s many “agencies”. As usual

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Production of Alternative Ammunition

By Steve Johnson Last year the Governor of California signed into law a bill that will ban all hunting in the state with lead-based ammunition by mid-2019. Because of this ban, the NSSF has been investigating the production of non-lead

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