NRA News -> 5 Reasons Why an AR is the Perfect Platform For Her – 3 World War II Facts Most Refuse to Believe

NRA News -> 5 Reasons Why an AR is the Perfect Platform For Her – 3 World War II Facts Most Refuse to Believe

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5 Reasons Why an AR is the Perfect Platform For Her5 Reasons Why an AR is the Perfect Platform For HerI’m a huge fan of military movies. So, the first time I saw an AR in action up on the big screen, I was impressed … and a bit intimidated. Read More
3 World War II Facts Most Refuse to Believe3 World War II Facts Most Refuse to BelieveThese 3 Eerie Facts about World War II (and a prediction about the future) will leave you chilled… Get ahead of the general public here.
If Your Dog Eats Dry Food (Do This Every Day)If Your Dog Eats Dry Food (Do This Every Day)America’s Favorite Veterinarian Reveals The One Thing To Add To Your Dogs Food To Make Them Healthier. Read More
D-Day + 75: Arms of the AirborneBuy any Titan Safe or Vault Door at SnapSafe.com and get an accessory package FREE!Easier to move than conventional safes, a Titan safe is equally solid and impenetrable. Its modular design can be moved piece by piece to any room and assembled with a socket wrench. EVERY Titan Safe or Vault Door automatically ships with the free ($114.96 value) accessory package until August 31, 2019. Read More
Last Of The Breed: Marine Corps M45A1Last Of The Breed: Marine Corps M45A1It was the kind of day that a gun guy can never forget. Stack upon stack of crisp-cornered cardboard boxes weighed down a work bench in the armory of what is now called the Marine Raider Training Center. Read More
How Accurate Are Today's Rifles?How Accurate Are Today’s Rifles?Here’s what you can realistically expect from your new rifle. Read More
Pentagon Confirms Move to 6.8mm in the FuturePentagon Confirms Move to 6.8mm in the FutureSources in the Department of Defense have confirmed there is no basis to conjecture that the U.S. Military is settling on or even considering a 6.5 Creedmoor chambering in its search for the Next Generation Squad Weapon-Rifle and Next Generation Squad Weapon-Automatic Rifle. Read More
By the Decade: Wiley Clapp's Favorite Handgun—2010sBy the Decade: Wiley Clapp’s Favorite Handgun—2010sI concede that I’ve been strongly pre-occupied with the handgun over the decades of my adulthood. In this series of blogs, I have commented on a working life as a handgun-armed combat Marine… Read More
Tested: The Ruger Hawkeye Long-Range Target RifleTested: The Ruger Hawkeye Long-Range Target RifleRuger’s series of Mauser 98-derived Model 77 bolt-actions enjoys a long history of rugged reliability, as was so ably chronicled last year by Editorial Director John Zent… Read More
Top 5 Upland LoadsTop 5 Upland LoadsHere are five no-nonsense loads that will ground even the most tenacious birds. Read More
The Pocket Pistol in 2019: How Far Have We Come?The Pocket Pistol in 2019: How Far Have We Come?In my ideal world, there wouldn’t be any problems encountered by anyone trying to carry around a normal-size service pistol on their daily rounds. The reality of things is much different, however. Read More
6.5 Creedmoor Proven: How Does It Actually Perform on Big Game?6.5 Creedmoor Proven: How Does It Actually Perform on Big Game?The 6.5 Creedmoor is arguably the most popular rifle cartridge of the 21st century, but how does it perform on big game? These detailed accounts include pertinent information such as shot angle, distance, projectile used and more. Read More
Range Review: Henry Long Ranger in 6.5 CreedmoorRange Review: Henry Long Ranger in 6.5 CreedmoorHunting and shooting with a Henry Repeating Arms rifle has been an American tradition since the closing days of the Civil War. Read More
Snubbie Ballistics: .38 Special vs. .357 MagnumSnubbie Ballistics: .38 Special vs. .357 MagnumThere’s a notion that in order to take advantage of high-velocity revolver loads, such as .38 Special +P or .357 Magnum, you must have a long barrel. Read More
Should You Carry Your Gun With an Empty Chamber?Should You Carry Your Gun With an Empty Chamber?Some folks still persist in carrying their defensive auto pistol with an empty chamber. I suppose that some of them do this because… Read More
What Causes Poor Trigger Technique?What Causes Poor Trigger Technique?Why is pulling the trigger so difficult sometimes? It seems as if it should be so simple—just a small bend in the finger—but it’s deceptive. A proper trigger pull is consistent… Read More
5.56 NATO vs. .223 Rem.: What's the Difference?5.56 NATO vs. .223 Rem.: What’s the Difference?So, 5.56 NATO and .223 Rem. Two cartridges, identical exterior dimensions, yet the chain of events that occurs once the trigger is pulled makes the two rounds as different as oil and water. Read More
Game Changer? The Johnson Auto-CarbineGame Changer? The Johnson Auto-CarbineThere was a little-known but fascinating prototype developed by Melvin M. Johnson Jr. that had the potential to be a very useful infantry arm and, possibly, something of a “game-changer” … Read More
7 Sins of Firearm Safety7 Sins of Firearm SafetyWe all want to shoot in a safe, enjoyable atmosphere, whether shooting in a structured class at Gunsite Academy, participating in competitive sports, shooting at a public range or plinking with friends. Adherence to safety rules, courtesy towards other shooters… Read More
The Arms Of All The People Should Be Taken AwayThe Arms Of All The People Should Be Taken AwayIn 1777, William Knox, Under Secretary of State in the British Colonial Office, circulated a proposal entitled, “What is Fit to be Done with America?” Knox advocated the creation of a ruling aristocracy… Read More
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