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    2020 Sees Gun Control Narrative Shift :: Guns.com

    The events of 2020 have many Americans rethinking their stance on guns. Read on to find out why. (Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com) The narrative on guns in the U.S. has taken a dramatic shift in 2020 amid a global pandemic and civil unrest that led thousands into the streets in protest.  While the future remains unclear, […] More

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    Lever-Action Rimfires for Cowboy Plinksters :: Guns.com

    Working the slick lever on a rifle is just as enjoyable and even more affordable in rimfires. Whether bringing up the next generation of young hunters or merely punching holes in tin cans, rimfire lever-actions represent some good, clean, all-American fun. A quick flick of the wrist cycles the action on these six great buys […] More

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    Five Timeless Lever-Action Rifles for Hunting :: Guns.com

    Some guns are fancy collector pieces, too nice or historically important to take afield with regularity. Others are shooters built for hard use but lacking class and unlikely to be remembered in a hundred years. In the world of lever-actions, there are five that reach across all categories. Grab one of these timeless lever-actions for […] More

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    An Evolutionary Look at the Sig Sauer P365 :: Guns.com

    The Sig Sauer P365 changed the concealed carry game. But how? (Photo: Josh Wayner/Guns.com) The market for concealed carry pistols has been full for some time. Though not necessarily a problem, it seemed that the industry had begun to stagnate in developing truly different or new products. What essentially became standard was one of two […] More

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    Traditions XBR Crackshot :: Guns.com

    Unique has been a word tossed around to describe several hunting weapons that find themselves without a category. Weapons like the Benjamin Pioneer Airbow and some big-bore PCP air rifles created their own alt-hunting categories. Now Traditions, the company long known for budget-friendly muzzleloaders and centerfire imports, is the first to carve out a new […] More

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    New Speer Gold Dot CarryGun Ammo Designed for Short-Barreled Pistols

    Speer took the famous Gold Dot G2 bullet and customized it to function in short-barreled defensive pistols– the Gold Dot CarryGun series. (Photos: Speer) Idaho-based Speer  introduced a new series of G2 Gold Dot loads specifically optimized for short-barreled or backup-sized pistols. The first three new Gold Dot CarryGun offerings will include a 135-grain 9mm […] More

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    Frank DeSomma of POF-USA Wil Be Missed Dearly

    Frank DeSomma and his son Cody, photographed outside the POF-USA factory in Phoenix, Arizona in 2014. (Photo: Ben Philippi/Guns.com) Frank DeSomma, president and CEO of Patriot Ordnance Factory, passed away yesterday at the age of 57. He will be missed dearly. He leaves behind a wonderful family and many friends. He also leaves behind a […] More

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    The ‘Elephant Gun’ from Finland

    The Lahti L-39 is a Finnish 20mm anti-tank rifle used during World War II. Nicknamed “Norsupyssy,” Finnish for “elephant gun,” it had excellent accuracy, penetration, and range for its time but its size made transportation difficult. AIMO LAHTI – THE JOHN MOSES BROWNING OF FINLAND The L-39 was developed during the 1930s by Aimo Lahti, a […] More

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    Carroll’s Gun Shop in Wharton, TX

    Carroll’s Gun Shop has been an institution since 1960. (Photo: Carroll’s Gun Shop/Facebook.com) John Herlitz is the owner of Carroll’s Guns Shop where, since October 2019, he has been serving the fine people of Wharton, Texas guns, and ammunition. To be clear, Carroll’s has been an institution in the town of Wharton since John Carroll […] More

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