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Italian Gun Grease Copper and Lead Fouling Cleaner

Italian Gun Grease (IGG) products are utilized by many great Pro Shooters, including the famed Jerry Miculek (the man who inspired that movie where they “bend bullets” because he actually can), and Multiple World...

Firm Pitches Carbon Fiber Barrels to Military Market

A Montana-based company is marketing carbon fiber-wrapped rifle barrels to high-tech hunters, as well as military shooters interested in a stronger, lighter — albeit pricier — weapon system. Proof Research generated some buzz at...

First Look: Browning Black Label 1911-380

Two of John M. Browning’s original inventions, the Model 1911 handgun and the .380 ACP cartridge, have been brought together in an unexpected way. Unlike most 1911-styled .380 pistols currently on the market, the...

First Look: Browning 1911-380

Please come back on or after Oct. 7, 2014 to see more information about the new handgun listed on page 119 of the Nov. 2014 issue of Guns & Ammo. Thank you for your...

Learning From A Bad Law Enforcement Shooting

This video just came across my Facebook feed. I don’t recall hearing about this incident prior to today, but according to this news story, the officer has already been fired, and he is in...

Eric Holder To Resign As Attorney General

We don’t do a lot of “breaking news” around here, but this is something I think we should cover. According to the Associated Press, Attorney General Eric Holder, the man responsible for Fast and...

Might this be the ultimate youth hunting rifle?

Might this be the ultimate youth hunting rifle? Ruger introduces the Ruger American Rife Ranch in a 300 Blackout with a youth stock and 16″ threaded barrel. We will be getting one in and...

Maine Bear Hunting in the Hands of Voters

The future of Maine bear hunting lies in the hands of state voters. A ballot initiative known as Question 1 would ban the use of traps, bait and hounds, leaving still-hunting as the only...

The Search For Simplicity – Hick’s Law

The fighter (gunman, knifeman, or whatever) of today is far more sophisticated than in years past. This is partially due to the vast availability of information on trainers, different systems, and training methods, but...

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