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Another AR Pistol Brace Shot Down By ATF

By Nicholas C Last time we reported about a company trying to use a Sig Brace on a Short Barreled Shotgun. I never understood what they were thinking as there is no pistol version for a shotgun. A SBS is

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A Gun-Loving Girl’s Christmas List

By Katie A Website mygunculture.com just put out what they consider to be a fantastic “15 Gifts for the Gun-Loving Girl” list, and a quick perusal of the content was more than enough motivation for me to make a few

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$5 homemade shotguns handed in at $100 gun ‘give back’

By ImproGuns It seems someone was inspired to make a quick $400 for charity at a local police gun ‘give back’ in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Rather than the taxpayer, it was Warren Buffet’s sister Dorris who footed the bill, reportedly in

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POTD: Christmas Tree Topped Glock

By Steve Johnson Instead of the more traditional tree topper star or angel, Greg went with a Glock 17, lit up by a tactical light. Very festive. I like it. Submit photos you have taken to TFB’s Photo Of The

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Hands On with the X95 Micro-Tavor

By Edward O IWI US demoed a select fire version of their X95 Micro-Tavor at the Kentucky Bullpup Convention in September. I had the opportunity to put a few rounds down range and put together my first impressions… The post

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Review: Remington R4-Entry

By Katie A While spending some time at Gunsite earlier this month, Phil and I were able to spend some time on the range with the Remington R4-Entry, also known as the R4-Enhanced. We fired from fairly close range at

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New Sightmark Photon XT Digital Night Vision Rifle Scopes

By Richard Johnson Sightmark announced they will show a new Photon digital night vision scope at the 2015 SHOT Show. The new models, the Photon XT 4.6x 42 and the Photon XT 6.5x 50, are an improvement over the Photon-S

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B&T AG’s Glock 42/SIG P238 Suppressor

By Nathaniel F B&T AG (formerly Brügger & Thomet AG) of Switzerland have introduced a new sound suppressor targeted at the .380 subcompact market. The suppressor is partnered with a barrel either for a Glock 42 or a SIG P238

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Holloway Arms HAC-7

By Nathaniel F Bob Holloway, then of Fort Worth, Texas, in the 1980s built on his experiences in Southeast Asia and Rhodesia to design a .308 caliber military rifle, what eventually became the HAC-7. His rifle was an amalgamation of

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Bersa Firestorm Returns to CA

By Katie A Bersa’s Firestorm, which is chambered in .380 ACP, is returning to California. Considering the rather limited options of Californians, it’s always good when a gun makes it back into the state. The Firestorm is a popular concealed

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