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    How the 1911 Has Stayed the Course :: Guns.com

    The M1911 has been in production for over 100 years. (Photo: Don Summers/Guns.com) John Moses Browning’s M1911 persists as one of the most prolific handguns in the modern era, but how has this pistol maintained its popularity more than a century after its inception? The Model 1911 surfaced in the early 1900s after American soldiers […] More

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    Coolest Guns in the Guns.com Outlet: February 2020 :: Guns.com

    Guns.com works with several reputable gun shops all over the nation to bring you excellent deals on used guns. We compiled a quick list of the 10 coolest used Outlet guns currently listed on our site. Take a look and find your next gun! Auto Mag Model 180 Auto Mag Model 180 The Auto Mag is […] More

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    Let’s Take a Peek at Their Guns

    With 45 Presidents since 1789, many had a solid interest in fine firearms and often maintained and used extensive collections. Here are some of the more interesting ones we have found. It should be noted that at least 29 Presidents served in the military including four of the first five. Speaking of which, the Father […] More

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    Ruger American Rimfire Long-Range Target :: Guns.com

    Upgrading the Ruger American Rimfire line, the company’s new Long-Range Target offering is built to go the distance. (Photos: Ruger) With a fully-adjustable stock, integral bedding block system and a threaded bull barrel, the new Ruger American Rimfire Long-Range Target is here. Billed as bridging the “gap between traditional wood stock rifles and full-featured chassis […] More

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    Westerns of the 1960s and the Guns That Made Them :: Guns.com

    It’s hardly an argument that Western movies produced in the 1960s are the best of all time. From The Good, the Bad and the Ugly to Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, the unforgettable performances were only matched by iconic guns creating classic movies that would live forever. Since the height of popularity in the […] More

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    7 Best Hunting Rifles Coming Out of 2019 :: Guns.com

    As we roll into the roaring 2020s and go gaga over all the latest ultralight and otherwise eye-catching rifles, let’s not forget that some of 2019’s finest are just now up for grabs and gaining traction. Here are a few of our top pics from the bumper crop of 2019. Daniel Defense Delta 5 (Photo: […] More

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    Petition to Stop Canadian Gun Ban Is The Biggest Ever :: Guns.com

    A petition to stop the Liberal government of Canada implementing a ban on “military-style assault rifles” has reached 153,000 signatures – well over six times bigger than any previous petition. The petition opened on Dec. 17, 2019, and will close on Feb. 15, 2020. Prominent law enforcement officers have stated that a ban will have […] More

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    New Side Folding Stocks for Ruger Mini-14 and 10/22 Rifles :: Guns.com

    Samson Manufacturing showcased its brand new side-folding stocks for the Ruger Mini-14 and 10/22 rifles at SHOT Show. Not only did they work with Ruger to faithfully re-create their original stock from the 70s and 80s, but Samson also improved it. The A-TM stock for the Ruger Mini-14 looks, feels and operates exactly like the original, except […] More

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    Franklin Armory Showcases New Binary Triggers for 2020 :: Guns.com

    Franklin Armory dazzled SHOT Show 2020 attendees with a few new binary triggers for the 10/22 and AK platforms as well as a new AR-15 style rifle. The company’s first major announcement came in the form of a new binary trigger for Ruger’s 10/22. The 22CI Trigger sees the company revamp the traditional trigger bar […] More

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    Kalashnikov USA Shows Off New KR-103 7.62x39mm AK :: Guns.com

    Florida-based Kalashnikov USA brought its new KR-103 rifle in 7.62x39mm to SHOT Show in Las Vegas this month. While the company has offered a number of 9mm and 12 gauge platforms in past years, the move to a more classic Kalash caliber is no doubt welcome, judging from the reaction at K-USA’s booth. Teased as […] More

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