Jaw-dropping Weapons From World War II You Probably Never Heard Of

The Second World War witnessed the introduction of hundreds of cutting-edge and often bizarre weapons, many of which became quite famous. But there were plenty of others that never got the same kind of notoriety. Here are 11 weapons from WWII you probably never knew existed. Before we get started, …

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10 Creative Secret Gun Cabinets for Your Home

Keeping your firearms put away securely helps prevent theft, keeps others from accidentally discharging them, and is a must if you have children in your home. Most people keep their firearms locked away in safes. Others take hiding their guns to a whole other level by having custom-hidden gun cabinets …

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7 Great AR-15 Magazines You Can’t Live Without

With any semiautomatic weapon system, the weakest link is the magazine. Even Russia’s famously reliable AK-47 will choke with poorly built magazines. This is doubly true for two classic American firearms: the M1911 and the AR-15. Thankfully for AR-15 owners, there are a myriad of inexpensive reliable magazines available today. …

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The Top 5 Cardinal Sins of Concealed Carry

With millions upon millions of law-abiding Americans who currently concealed carry in the United States, it’s important to recognize some of the more common mistakes that are traditionally made. The top 5 are listed below. 1) STOP PRINTING If you’re going to concealed carry, than concealed carry! It’s always entertaining …

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Correcting Common AR-15 Problems

The AR-15 rifle is a great rifle—America’s rifle—and a system with a well-deserved reputation for reliability. And that was not always so, and it is possible to ruin any design with poor maintenance and improper loads. The use of the wrong type of powder by the arsenals caused quite a few …

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The FN America M249S Rifle

In 1974, in the wake of its tremendously successful 7.62 NATO-caliber MAG 58 (Mitraleuse a Gaz, or machine gun by gas), Fabrique National (FN) of Belgium, embarked on a new venture to design a smaller, lighter and more portable weapon chambered in 5.56 NATO (.223 Rem.). Under the direction of …

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