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    President Reagan’s flintlock rifle is once again in the NRA Museum

    This article was originally posted on Guns.com Dec. 7, 1981: Next to the President in a suit is then-NRA Executive Vice President Harlon Carter while gunsmith Christopher Hirsch is in buckskins slightly obscured by the rifle. In the background is a young Wayne LaPierre, at the time a state liaison for the NRA’s newly formed […] More

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    This massive 4-bore beast is sort of a punt gun for beginners (VIDEO)

    This article was originally posted on Guns.com [embedded content] Ian with Forgotten Weapons takes a break from exotic military gear to check out an unusual rolling block waterfowling gun with a commanding 48-inch barrel. The 14-pound big bore, a Darne Canardière Portatif, is a shoulder-fired punt gun with an impressive .853-caliber bore that hails from […] More

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    This is one sweetheart of a Colt M1911A1 pistol (VIDEO)

    This article was originally posted on Guns.com [embedded content] Theatre-made “sweetheart grips” crafted from recycled aircraft canopies were popular in WWII– but this particularly sweet longslide is tied to a key figure in firearms history. Up for bid at Rock Island’s upcoming April Premier Auction is a Colt .45 GI that once belonged to Brig. […] More

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    Rare early Winchester Model 1873s up for auction (VIDEO)

    This article was originally posted on Guns.com [embedded content] Two of the “rarest Winchester 1873s on the planet” have surfaced and are up for grabs at an upcoming multi-day auction next month. Rock Island Auction Company’s Premier Auction in April has a number of vintage, collectible Winchester lever-action rifles, and carbines listed in their catalog […] More

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    CMP: Rare M1 Garands now filtering out to the public

    This article was originally posted on Guns.com A line of M1 Garands up for grabs at the CMP’s South Store in Anniston, Alabama. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com) With a large cache of vintage M1 Garands recently repatriated back home from overseas allies, the Civilian Marksmanship Program has announced that some seldom-seen variants are now available. In […] More

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    Taking shots with the Argentine Ballester Molina .45 (VIDEO)

    This article was originally posted on Guns.com [embedded content] A mid-20th Century follow-on to the classic Colt 1911, the Ballester hails from Argentina but is actually a very different gun once you get into it. The gun was a product of HAFDASA, the Argentine branch of European car maker Hispano-Suiza, from a design by a […] More

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    Gear Review: Looking at free shot timer apps

    This article was originally posted on Guns.com The CZ pistol and Smith & Wesson revolver used for testing. The apps are a great dry fire tool. (Photo: Andy C) I wrote an article some time ago espousing the benefits of owning a shot timer and I stand behind that sentiment. They’re a wonderful tool for […] More

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