Springfield Armory XD(M) 5.25 Competition Series

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The evolution of Springfield’s polymer pistol is designed for winning matches, but has more serious applications as well. And in the archives of Springfield Armory...

Burris XTR II Riflescopes

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With the current promotion, there’s never been a better time to pull the trigger on Burris’ top-of-the-line long-range optics. If you’re in the market for...

Sig Sauer P227 Tactical

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A precision .45ACP launch-pad from the Granite-state At the 2013 SHOT Show Sig Sauer introduced a P226 chambered in .45 ACP, calling it the P227...

Review: Geissele Drop-In AR Triggers

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Bill Geissele (pronounced Guys-lee) of Geissele Automatics has to be the most prolific trigger designer in the history of firearms. His company offers dozens...

ZCORR Anti-Corrosion Storage Bags

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Originally developed for the U. S. Marine Corps for long-term storage of refurbished M16 rifles, ZCORR corrosion-protection storage bags are now available to the...

Walther PPQ M2 9mm

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Last fall we got the chance to test the new PPQ M2 polymer-frame, striker-fired pistol from Walther Arms. Our evaluation pistol back then was...

Ruger SR-762 What Eugene Stoner’s AR-10 should have been

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Few people would argue that the AR-15 platform, in its myriad variations, has become the most popular rifle of any kind among American shooters...

Toyo Open Country R/T

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There’s a growing trend among off-road tire manufacturers to create a hybrid tire that eliminates compromises . . . all of them. The general...

Robar RC1911CQB

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There’s a new breed of concealable fighting pistol . . . and Robar is on top of it. For a few years now, there’s been...

Barrett MRAD Tactical Rifle System

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My straight-out-of-the-box impression of the bolt-action Barrett MRAD (Multi-Role Adaptive Design) was that Barrett had created a beautiful rifle. In addition to beauty, however,...

Kahr CT40 Pistol

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The new full-size, single-stack CT40 from Kahr Arms is an accurate, powerful and reliable personal defense pistol, and its light weight and skinny dimensions...