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    How to Zero a Riflescope at 100 Yards :: Guns.com

    Zeroing a rifle is best accomplished with a rest. (Photo: Kristin Alberts/Guns.com) You’ve chosen your riflescope, and whether the rifle is a small caliber or a bigger bore centerfire, the process of zeroing the scope need not be a dreaded one. Even if you intend to shoot long distance, starting with a 100-yard zero is […] More

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    Colt Pens Love Letter to Revolver Fans with New King Cobra Target

    The stainless steel, 6-round capacity, double-action revolver is the latest model in the modern King Cobra series. (Photo: Colt) Adding another “snake” to their recently rebooted revolver line, Colt Firearms on Tuesday unveiled their new King Cobra Target model in .357 magnum. The new wheel gun, following on the heels of their Cobra, Night Cobra, […] More

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    The Guns of the Great American Classic :: Guns.com

    Opening 35 years ago this week, the film Red Dawn brought World War III to a small American town and the town fought back. Written and directed by noted Hollywood gun guy John Milius — legend has it that 1911-toting bowling purist Walter Sobchak in The Big Lebowski was partially based on him — the motion […] More

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    Taurus Announces New PT-92 Pistol Models with Walnut Grips

    Taurus says the new grip options add classic styling to the full-framed PT-92 series. (Photos: Taurus) SEE AT GUNS.COM FROM $390 Brazilan gunmaker Taurus this week announced they are adding two new models to their long-running PT-92 pistol line, complete with walnut grips. The guns, clones of Beretta’s 92 series of 9mm pistols, have been […] More

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    What Does ‘AR’ Stand For? :: Guns.com

    AR-15 by Springfield Armory. (Photo: Guns.com) While many are quick to point fingers at the anti-gun demographic for uninformed firearm jargon mis-labelling AR, plenty gun-friendly folks are guilty of it, too. Common misconceptions are that AR means “automatic rifle,” “assault rifle,” and on the rare occasion “absolutely radical.” But the truth is the abbreviation represents […] More

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    Bipartisan Gun Seizure Bill Promised in Congress :: Guns.com

    A so-called “red flag” bill to allow for temporary gun seizures is being developed in a joint effort between Democrats and Republicans in the U.S. Senate. U.S. Sens. Lindsey Graham, R-SC, and Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., have crossed the aisle to put the finishing touches on a proposed Emergency Risk Protection Order statute that would allow […] More

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    Kicking off National Shooting Sports Month :: Guns.com

    National Shooting Sports Month, the annual month-long event dedicated to America’s gun-owning public and the sport they love, is now underway. Originally an initiative of the National Shooting Sports Foundation, the month-long event is dedicated to the 50 million people who participate in hunting and sports shooting which, through Pittman-Robertson excise taxes, fuels conservation and […] More

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    What to Look for When Buying a Used Rifle :: Guns.com

    In the end, while that new rifle smell may be tempting, don’t walk away from a good deal on a great used gun if you can get it. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com) There are lots of reasons why a used rifle could be just the thing to scratch a gun-buying itch, provided you avoid some common […] More

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