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    Ruger Single Six Revolver – Still One of the Best Handguns to Own

    Ruger Single Six Revolver – Still One of the Best Handguns to Own U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- The Ruger Single Six hearkens back to the popularity of TV Westerns that came with the dawn of television in the households of ordinary Americans in the 1950s. Back then, Ruger was a newcomer to the game–not the giant it […] More

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    DIY Build Your Own PVS-14 -The Firearm Blog

    It is widely accepted that night vision is expensive. PVS-14s with gen 3 image intensifier tubes cost on average $2,500-$4,000 depending on the tubes used inside. However, just like building a budget AR-15, you can save some money by building it yourself. Now if you lack the mechanical aptitude to build an AR-15 then this […] More

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    Featured Deals of the Week

    Welcome to this week’s featured deals of the week post. As always if you want to see a deal, or more or less of another kind of deal, leave a note in the comments. Image Provided by Aim Surplus Big thanks to Mike C for giving us the heads up on this deal. This set […] More

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    Swedish K Edition (VIDEOS) :: Guns.com

    This sweet Swedish sub gun proved that better things came from the Scandinavian country than IKEA and Stockholm Syndrome. Produced by Carl Gustav for the Swedish Army, in its day the M/45 submachine gun was well received and considered the top of the line when it came to compact power. It was designed during World […] More

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    Feds Grant $1 Billion to Wildlife Agencies from Gun, Equipment Sales

    A pair of long-standing federal excise taxes on hunting and fishing gear has produced over $21 billion in funds for conservation efforts at the state and territory level over the years. (Photo: USF&WS) The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service on Monday announced over $1 billion in funding collected from the long-standing excise tax on the […] More

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    Ruger 10/22 Takedown – The Ultimate Survival Rifle?

    Ruger 10/22 Takedown U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- In a previous article, we took a look at a pair of classic take-down 22 caliber rifles: the Henry AR-7 and the Marlin Papoose. In that work, I stressed the importance of a lightweight packable rifle for emergency survival use and how the time-proven AR7 and Papoose came along to […] More

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    Build Your Own Glock Series with TFB -The Firearm Blog

    The Firearm Blog has partnered with Lone Wolf Distributors to bring you a series on building your own Glock. Buying an 80% receiver is not new to the gun industry. Glocks are the rage, why not build one the way YOU want it? Get yourself a hot gat, and loose that Fudd factory gun. Get that sweet trigger in […] More

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    Competition Brings Pro Shooter Closer to Her Family :: Guns.com

    Becky Yackley isn’t afraid to call out the gun industry and demand more support for sponsored shooters. (Photo: Becky Yackley via Facebook) Becky Yackley started shooting competitively three decades ago at the age of 14. Despite life getting more complex with a career, marriage and kids, she’s never given up shooting. In fact, you could […] More

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    Ruger Reboots The Hawkeye Alaskan Rifle :: Guns.com

    Using a Mauser-type controlled round feed extractor, solid steel receiver and durable synthetic rubber furniture, the Hawkeye Alaskan is built with rough field service in mind. (Photos: Ruger) Chambered in .375 Ruger, .338 Win Mag, and .300 Win Mag, the newly reintroduced Hawkeye Alaskan is billed by Ruger as a rugged rifle optimized for big […] More

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