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    TFB Book Review: The Anti-Tank Rifle by Steven Zaloga

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com Osprey Publications has recently come out with a new title in the Weapon Series of books, “The Anti-Tank Rifle”.  It is a light history of the anti-tank rifle from the First World War to the beginning of the Cold War. For those not familiar with the Weapon Series from […] More

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    [Review] Shell Shock Technologies: S3 Reload

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com When I was contacted about reviewing new pistol sizing and recapping dies I thought, “wow….dies. Big deal”. What are these S3 Reload dies anyways? Shell Shock Technologies (SST) of Westport, Connecticut has created the S3 RELOAD set; dies not just for “regular” brass, but designed to accommodate the […] More

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    Gear Review: Nightforce SHV scope, ADM mount

    This article was originally posted on Guns.com The Nightforce scope attached to a Ruger Scout rifle. The item was tested using Sig and American Eagle ammo. (Photo: Eve Flanigan/Guns.com) In this gear review, I visit new products of brands that have been landmarks in my shooting life. My introduction to Nightforce scopes was a memorable […] More

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    TFB Book Review: The ‘Broomhandle’ Mauser by Jonathan Ferguson

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com The C96 ‘Broomhandle’ Mauser is certainly one of the most iconic self-loading handguns of the First World War. Osprey Publications has recently published a title about the C96, written by Jonathan Ferguson, Curator of Firearms at the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds, UK. For those not familiar with the […] 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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    Review: VERTX EDC Gamut Plus

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com Any dedicated carry bag will be a slightly less covert method of transporting a rifle simply due to the advertising around its intended purpose. However, the VERTX EDC Gamut Plus does not overtly market the backpack as a rifle bag and does an excellent job of staying low […] More

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    Gun Review: Henry Repeating Arms Big Boy Steel .44 Magnum

    This article was originally posted on Guns.com The Henry Big Boy rifle chambered in .44 magnum (Photo: Team HB) Testing the Henry Repeating Arms Big Boy Steel rifle, chambered in .44 Magnum, was a treat as it always is to fire a solid, American-made rifle. In the context of current events, the test also inspired […] More

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    3 low-profile, high-performance 9mm brands you should know

    This article was originally posted on Guns.com Range day with three unsung 9mm brands. With L-Tech Full Stop not yet for sale, we opted for Allegiance Ammo as part of this trio. (Photo: Team HB) Recently, Guns.com profiled a standout 9mm brand, Full Stop. After testing and being quite impressed with the brand, it was […] More

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    Review: Buffalo Bore “Full-Power” 30 Carbine Ammo

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com Feeding a Classic There are millions of United States Carbine, .30, M1 Carbines out there.  There’s a lot more to these light, handy, and once-affordable carbines than one might think if one hasn’t handled them before.  Despite their oft-repeated combat ineffectiveness, they make a well balanced and light […] More

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    Gear Review: A tale of three charging handles—is a HABU for you?

    This article was originally posted on Guns.com Top to bottom–HABU, milspec, and ambi charging handles. (Photo: Team HB) Until recently, I was aware of two types of AR charging handles—mil-spec or a variant thereof, with the latch on the left side only, ambi, with latches on both sides, and now something completely different—the cuff-like HABU, […] More

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