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    Guns of the Grunt 1776-2020

    Back-to-back World War champs and arguably the strongest military in the world, America’s Soldiers have carried a wide array of rifles in the past 244 years. Colonial origins Going as far back as the matchlocks carried by settlers at Sir Walter Raleigh’s short-lived Lane Colony in 1585, America had a gun culture. According to early […] More

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    Savage Announces New Red, White & Blue Rascal .22 :: Guns.com

    “We’re proud of our American heritage,” says Savage about their newest Rascal. (Photo: Savage) A Patriotic addition to the Massachusetts-based company’s line of single-shot bolt guns, the new Savage Rascal  Red, White, & Blue makes a statement. With an American-flag patterned camo synthetic stock, the RW&B Rascal, like the rest of the series it comes […] More

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    D.C. Attorney General Sues Polymer80 Over Kits :: Guns.com

    Polymer80 has been popular with hobbyists in recent years for their pistol and AR frame kits. (Photo: Polymer80) Describing popular hobby gun kit provider Polymer80 as “selling untraceable firearms” to area residents, Washington D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine is suing the company. Nevada-based Polymer80 is a household name in American gun culture due to the […] More

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    Sportsmen Groups Applaud Great American Outdoors Act Passage

    America’s hunters, anglers, and target shooters chip in a whopping $119 billion annually to the U.S. economy, directly supporting over 1.6 million jobs (Photo: Ruger) The Great American Outdoors Act last week passed the U.S. Senate in a bipartisan 73-25 vote to the acclaim of hunting, fishing, and shooting sports groups. The measure, introduced by […] More

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    Testing the Navy’s WWII Big Guns in Kodachrome

    The Naval Proving Ground in Dahlgren, Virginia was established in 1918 and has been testing ordnance for the fleet ever since. We found a great series of original color photos taken at Dahlgren during World War II showing the big guns at work. “14-inch gun fires a test round down range, during World War II. […] More

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    Taurus Introduces New Compact G3c 9mm Pistol :: Guns.com

    Taurus this week announced their newest 9mm polymer-framed striker-fired pistol, the G3c, pitched to personal defense and EDC users. The $350-ish G3 was introduced late last year, essentially as a more full-sized version of the company’s successful G2c series pistols. Whereas the Glock G19-sized G3 runs a 4-inch barrel and 7.28-inch overall length, the new […] More

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    A Gallery of Patriotic Flags, and Guns

    First designated in 1916, while the country was on the eve of World War I, Flag Day is June 14 and celebrates the good old Red, White, and Blue. Less than a year after the country declared independence from King George III, the Continental Congress resolved the basics of the American flag on June 14, […] More

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    Mason Summers Talks the CZ 513 :: Guns.com

    COVID-19 has a lot of people stuck indoors and, as a result, many of us sit around with our loved ones reminiscing on pre-pandemic times. As I sat in my home surrounded by my family, I began to recall my early days of shooting my first gun. My son Mason jumped into the conversation detailing […] More

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