The Self-Made Cattle Baron. This captivating Colt Single Action Army has remained in the same family since it was shipped in 1917…

The Self-Made Cattle Baron. This captivating Colt Single Action Army has remained in the same family since it was shipped in 1917…

If there is one man that better symbolizes the American West and the American Dream simultaneously than A. B. Robertson, I have yet to read about them. From rags to riches, this man learned the ways of the cowboy before...
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8 CATASTROPHIC GUN FAILURES THAT ARE HARD TO LOOK AT

8 CATASTROPHIC GUN FAILURES THAT ARE HARD TO LOOK AT

For any number of reasons, a seemingly perfect gun can go boom and come apart. Want to know the lesson you should learn with each of these photos? Know your weapon, and treat every gun like a powerful tool of destruction. Let’s...
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Handguns of The Great War: Lugers and Broomhandles

Handguns of The Great War: Lugers and Broomhandles

When Germany went to war in 1914, the standard sidearm was the P.08 Luger pistol chambered in 9 mm Luger. The iconic Luger, with its graceful lines, though, was not ideal for the mud and dirt of the trenches. But...
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Tested: KRISS USA Vector GEN II SDP 9 mm Pistol

Tested: KRISS USA Vector GEN II SDP 9 mm Pistol

I was first introduced to KRISS USA, the North American extension of the Switzerland-based KRISS Group, a few years ago at SHOT Show. I was impressed by what the company had to offer in the way of quality and innovation,...
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North American Arms Pug Review

North American Arms Pug Review

The increase in issuance of concealed carry permits over the last decade has prompted gunmakers to produce lighter, more compact handguns for the burgeoning CCW market. But shrinking firearms to fit in a pocket, purse or IWB holster generates a...
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