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Maxim Pom-Pom 37mm Machine Gun – Gem From The Past!

The Maxim Pom 37mm automatic gun is the weapon to swing to when every littler calibes just won’t do. Terminating a 37mm cartridge with a one-pound touchy shot in a completely programmed capacity made this auto gun a dread to experience from the business end. Mounted onto maritime boats furthermore utilized for hostile to …

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If I Could Own Only 5 Guns …

If you could own only five guns, what would they be? I recently asked myself this question and the task proved surprisingly difficult, because there are a lot of different guns that I like — and it’s not easy making sacrifices. In the end, though, I was able to narrow …

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IWI Jericho 941 Review: The Israeli 9mm Handgun

Edward O discusses the Jericho 941 and his times of use with both the full-sized and compact variations accessible in Canada. The Jericho 941 is a 9mm gun out of Israel. Edward says there are three versions of the Jericho 941: the Baby Eagle, the New Jericho and the Jericho 941. …

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LONG GUNS

My dad taught me how to shoot, and we enjoyed the time together. Whether we were in the truck heading out to our favorite shooting spot or blazing away at a row of soup cans, I cherish those memories. Many rifles and a handful of shotguns rode in the truck …

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Gallery: Great New ARs for Shooters

The AR-style rifle is one of the most popular rifles being produced today, and a lot of manufacturers doubled down on their products by producing some outstanding examples this past year. The list below includes ARs along the price spectrum and ARs that defy the norm. Whether you shoot competitively, …

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Tested: Kimber’s Micro 9 Pistols

The Model 1911 pistol is well-established in the American gun culture. Virtually every handgun maker of any size offers some version of the old classic, and many smaller firms craft radically upgraded competition or presentation versions. As American shooters, we really like the century-old service pistol, so much so that …

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Tested: Kriss USA Vector Gen II CRB

A prime example of form following function, the Kriss USA Vector is a pistol-caliber carbine built around its unorthodox, but innovative, operating system. Devised in Europe but built in Chesapeake, Va., the Vector platform’s Super V recoil-mitigation system was designed from the outset with the goal of shooting rapidly with …

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Handgun Reviews: Smith and Wesson M28

The Smith and Wesson M28 is the best bargain among the numerous S&W range of handguns. If you are you looking for a powerful revolver that can handle heavy bullets with great accuracy, this is it! Smith and Wesson M28 | The Highway Patrolman The Smith and Wesson M28 was …

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