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Cci BIG 4 .357 Shotshell Review

When you take a closer look at the needs of shooters, you find there are several unique options that make sense. Rimfire and centerfire pistol shotshells are perfect examples, and set us apart from everyone else. Pests can be hard-to-hit problems. Our shotshell options are excellent answers at short range. …

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Tested: Henry Lever-Action Rare Carbine .410 Bore

Henry Repeating Arms has kept its customers happy at the range and in the field with a diverse selection of rimfire and pistol-caliber lever-action rifles for some time now. But this year, the company is implementing an “outside-the-box” series shake up with several brand new offerings including the rifle-caliber Long …

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Tested: Nighthawk Custom Hi Power

Fabrique Nationale’s classic pistol is the High Power, first offered in 1935 and still in production (under the name Hi Power) in Belgium and Portugal. Licensed copies have been made in other plants, and unauthorized copies are sometimes encountered. During some 80-plus years of serial production, little of consequence has …

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Video: On the Range with SilencerCo and the Maxim 9 Pistol

Utah-based firearm sound suppressor maker SilencerCo has a “cans do” attitude toward the future of quiet guns. In fact, the company, currently one of the leaders in the manufacture of conventional cylindrical suppressors that thread to the end of pistol and rifle barrels, views itself as a budding gunmaker. Why? …

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Big-Game Medicine: The .475 Revolver Cartridges

There are three notable cartridges in the .475-inch diameter category — the .480 Ruger, .475 Linebaugh and the .475 Maximum or Linebaugh Long. The progenitor of all three of these cartridges is the .475 Linebaugh, which spawned both the shorter .480 Ruger and the longer .475 Maximum. John Linebaugh is …

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New Rifle: Howa Adds 7.62×39 to MiniAction Line

Howa has expanded its MiniAction rifle line to incorporate a shooter favorite — the classic and widely available 7.62x39mm. Going small isn’t always a bad thing, particularly if it means shooting zippy or cost-effective centerfire rifle rounds. Howa hit on this winning concept a couple of years back when it introduced …

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Review: Smith & Wesson’s New M&P M2.0

The second generation M&P M2.0 takes Smith & Wesson’s classic pistol to the next level with ergonomic and performance upgrades. There are two ways you can look at the new S&W M&P M2.0. One way is the philosophy of “Why fix what isn’t broken?” The M&P9 M1.0 worked fine; so, …

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Rossi 12 Gauge Shotgun Pistol That Will Break Your Hands!

Rossi 12 Gauge Shotgun Pistol That Will Break Your Hands! – credits to The Canadian Gun Vault Would you shoot a shotgun transformed into a handgun? This person did, and his response is invaluable. Look at what this hard-recoil Rossi 12 Gage Shotgun Pistol is about. Ever ask why shotguns …

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How good is the Desert Eagle 50AE?

Handguns come in various sizes and shapes. Some handguns are more powerful than the other. Some are easier to handle than others. Some are pretty loud as well. Desert Eagle is pretty much all of them. They are well made handguns and are very powerful in the hands of a …

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9 Best Dangerous Game Dream Guns Ever Made

If price is no object, you can’t do much better than these large-caliber dream guns for dangerous game hunting. I was raised in a household where money was tight; we never did without, nor were we unhappy, but there was little money for frivolity. My mother had, and still has, …

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