The Italian M38 Carcano and its unique intermediate 7.35x51mm cartridge could have been the most forward thinking infantry rifle of its time, but World War II had other plans.
While it won’t please today’s defensive-minded shooter, the Henry Arms Single Shot Shotgun is a perfect contender for trap shooting and small game hunting.
The 31-caliber Cimarron 1849 Colt Revolver won’t satisfy a power junkie, but it will do just about anything a 22 LR can with smoke and flame heightening respect with every shot.
Terrill reviews the Marlin Model 60 Semi-Automatic Rifle, and finds an honest hard working gun that doesn’t pretend to be something it is not.
The Fulton Armory M1 Carbine is chambered for the mild-shooting 30 Carbine cartridge and built to National Match standards.
When one thinks North American Arms, what is the first thing that comes to mind? Their North American Arms Mini Revolver of course.
It was fun to see a good Hornady hollow-point and a full metal jacket perform as advertised. But is there anything to gain from this fun little 30 carbine “experiment”?
A head to head 10mm Auto vs. 357 Magnum is nearly too close to call. Like with any boxing match, there is more to the story…
Gun rights activists can’t win fights by simply weathering the blows. Going on the offensive is the best strategy. Time to repeal gun-free killing zones.
When I first started researching the Glock 29 Gen4 , I immediately thought it to be a great hiking or hunting sidearm with enough compactness to double as a carry gun.
The future is looking to be good for the 10mm auto ammunition, with new pistols being released to the market, turning smoldering coals into a fire.
Good, imported pistols were banned and the response was a flood of American pistols that had none of the reliability or finesse of those imported guns.
Today we associate the “quarter bore” with cheap, throwaway pistols and a complete lack of power to do anything, even injure.
The number of rounds fired in self-defense is hard to gauge. I have searched high and low for answers but even the FBI doesn’t keep that sort of data.
Cocking a Smith & Wesson Model 638 revolver is a little tough because there isn’t much to grab onto, but if you find yourself with a cocked revolver and it needs to be made safe…
What makes the suppressor ready Henry Repeating Arms Frontier Threaded Barrel Rifle different is that the muzzle end has a knurled…