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Exclusive: Jealousy and the Ruger LCRx

Exclusive: Jealousy and the Ruger LCRx

Ruger’s three-inch barreled LCRx was no sooner in the house when the fits of jealousy began. Smith, a four-inch barreled, stainless-steel revolver, eyed the mostly polymer LCRx. I’ve never seen him look so angry. He’s kind of defensive anyway but you could almost hear him make his case: “I hold six rounds, you hold five. I can fire .357 Magnum rounds, you cannot. I’ve...

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Diligence And Sophistication: A Stan Chen Custom 1...

Diligence And Sophistication: A Stan Chen Custom 1911

A Definitive, Masterful Rendition Of The Classic. Thirty-two years ago, an 11-year-old boy would work all weekend on the family ranch — ignoring the blazing sun — so he could shoot a few magazines through his stepfather’s 1911. That young man went on to shoot PPC and USPSA at age 15. He later became captain of the UCLA pistol team during his college years, shooting...

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So You Wanna Be A Gunsmith?

So You Wanna Be A Gunsmith?

For some of us, simply getting the grips off of our favorite 1911 without...

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SIG’s P516 Close Combat Weapon...

SIG’s P516 Close Combat Weapon System

The Most Fun To Be Had In American — Without A Transfer Tax. American gun...

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LaserLyte® Trigger Tyme® Laser Compa...

LaserLyte® Trigger Tyme® Laser Compact

LaserLyte®, innovators in firearms laser technologies, announces the release...

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Bustin’ Caps & Spendin...

Bustin’ Caps & Spendin’ Lead

The Ammo Drought Is Over! We decided to go beyond handgun ammo this go-around,...

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ATK Ammo: Test Results

ATK Ammo: Test Results

In the beautiful Wasatch Mountains near Salt Lake City sits the firearms...

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Shooting Cap-N-Ball Sixguns

Shooting Cap-N-Ball Sixguns

In the 1950’s there were no replica black powders available, so it was...