The Accelerator is a very modern carbine in concept and design, with a little bit of DNA from both the AR-15 and the polymer pistol families.
The Excel Arms Accelerator is a sweet little rifle that comes chambered in either .22 WMR or 5.7x28mm. MSRP runs from $512 to $937 depending on what features you get with it.
Guns.com writer excitedly receives his Gibbs M1903A4 rifle for the Vintage Military Sniper Rifle matches held by the Civilian Marksmanship Program, but the real story is with the scope. Ever wonder what it’s like to shoot a sniper rifle from 70 years ago?
I was going to ask you for an M249 SAW with one million rounds of Hornady Zombiemax ammo to be ready for the zombie apocalypse. And I really, really would like one of the U.S. Army’s new Remington XM 2010 sniper rifles in .300 Win Mag just because I’m a true believer in the long range first shot.
What constitutes “naughty” is really a subjective matter. When your love interest is “naughty,” isn’t that really sometimes “nice?” When children are “naughty,” maybe they get a frown-y face instead of a star or a tap on the wrist. But what makes a firearm manufacturer “naughty”? You know, somet
We’ll begin where we left off last time: changing the powder charge in your M1 Garand loads will obviously change the gas pressure. But so will changing the bullet weight and with M72’s 173gr match grade bullets scarce, it’s something to consider.
So you’re thinking of honoring America’s military heritage, putting a little money into a good investment and opening the door to a world of new shooting games, which is just another way of saying you’re getting an M1 Garand. Good for you, kid. Now, what are you going shoot out of it?
We’ve all heard the horror stories. Someone uses a firearm to save his life from an armed attacker, and he’s convicted of murder. How does that happen? In After You Shoot, gun law guru Alan Korwin shows you how and will give you a lot to think about.
America is a nation of car owners, and many drivers like to express their identities on the backs of their vehicles. And who hasn’t sat in traffic and tried deciphering some clever vanity plate abbreviations. Well, competitive shooters are no different.
Smallbore is rather like a scaled-down version of Highpower, firing the diminutive .22 rimfire cartridge at bullseye targets at closer ranges. It’s a great way to get kids into shooting and many youth clubs and universities still host Smallbore teams and matches, even indoors.