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Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Firearms

Spuhr’s First Rifle Chassis – Ideal Chassis System | The Firearm Blog

Although the Swedish company Spuhr is best known for their riflescope mounts they have entered a new market with the debut of a new rifle chassis. The development process lasted over two years and the makers are excited about...

The M1 Garand: History & Disassembly | The American Rifleman

Most closely associated with the Second World War, design for the M1 rifle began in 1919 when John Cantius Garand began experimenting with different models of light machine guns. He would submit a blueprint to the National Bureau of...

Back to Basics: AR-15 101 | American Rifleman

Here are some specifics to keep in mind when using an AR-15: Keep the safety on when not firing Keep the muzzle pointed at the ground If you have a multi-selection stock, ensure it is at a comfortable position ...

Smith & Wesson Announces Shotgun – The New M&P12 | The Firearm Blog

The M&P12 is a 12-gauge bullpup shotgun with two tubular magazines and a pump action. Despite the fact that this new scattergun was only introduced this morning, August 17th, several social media commenters have already compared it to Kel-well-known...

Buying a Used Rifle: Tips From a Longtime Gun Retailer | American Rifleman

Who else has purchased a used firearm and then had second thoughts afterwards? Here are some tips to help you pick out a used rifle on your next gun-buying journey: Cash is king- Negotiate prices and consider a trade...

Final Shooting Sports Results from Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games | The Firearm Blog

The Olympic Shooting competitions have concluded in Tokyo. American shooters earned 6 medals over the 15 events. Olympic Shooting events include stationary target rifle shooting in 3 distinct positions, rapid fire pistol shooting, air rifle shooting, and a mix...

Trio of U.S. shooters claim Olympic gold | Shooting Illustrated

American Olympic Shooting athletes had a good showing in Tokyo claiming 3 golds in both Men’s and Women’s Skeet and Men’s Air Rifle. Vincent Hancock claimed his third gold medal in Men’s Skeet, becoming the first American to have...

Police guns of the world: South America | The Firearm Blog

Most firearm enthusiasts are familiar with the transition law enforcement agencies have undergone from having officers carry revolvers to having them carry semi-automatic pistols. This first piece in a series of many aims to investigate what trends are popular...

One Rifle, One Handgun, One Cartridge: The Modern PCC | American Rifleman

Colt's famous Frontier Six-Shooter was chambered in the .44-40 round used among Winchester's Model 1873 almost 150 years ago, and pistol-caliber carbines now provide the same kind of benefits. When contrasted to carbines or rifles chambered for rifle cartridges,...

Dry-fire practice tips for your double-action revolver | American Rifleman

do the thousands of repetitions essential for a skill to become reflexive without it. Those who have perfected the double-action revolver trigger stroke will have no trouble controlling any other trigger mechanism. Your education is incomplete if you haven't...

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US strike kills al-Qaida leader in Syria, ‘no indications’ of civilian casualties: CENTCOM | Military Times

U.S. Central Command relayed that U.S. forces eliminated a “senior al-Qaida leader” in Syria yesterday. Navy Lt. Josie Lynne...

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