Browning’s other BAR: Baron of hunting rifles

The BAR name tends to confuse the current generations of shooters. Often seen in print referring to the light machine gun John Moses Browning introduced around 1918, shooters today usually think of a popular sporting rifle more suited for whitetails than fighting the Kaiser when they hear the name—though these two guns do share some of the same genetics.


The empty monument

The University of Arkansas is hosting an art exhibit that seeks to draw attention to the “disturbing shortening cycle of shock” that follows mass shootings