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.
One of Browning’s lesser known achievements was the Remington Model 8—a semi-auto sporting rifle that you can still shoot today in .300 Savage and .35 Rem.
The Browning BL-22 is a “quality meets economy” argument in defense of the practicality and fun of small caliber lever guns.
Beretta and Browning are offering rebates on a nice selection of firearms that range from $25 to $100 off popular guns bought before June 30.
Built with trap shooters in mind, the new 20-gauge Cynergy is a compact double gun with a shortened length of pull for youths and smaller shooters.
Here’s my take on which handgun is best, a Glock or 1911, and what I’d choose by category.
Comparing a Glock to a 1911 is like comparing apples to oranges. It’s only appropriate to argue which one tastes better.
Merging the two U.S. entities into FN America benefits the company’s operations, but also gun buyers. Possible new and expansive product line.
With a three-part course of fire consisting of a slow fire, timed fire and rapid fire string, speed comes second to precision, so picking the perfect pistol largely depends on the shooter’s own capabilities.
John Moses Browning invented the finest shotgun ever made, the A5. But A5s aren’t cheap… except when they go by a different name, like Remington Model 11. Your ticket to owning an A5 for less than 200 bucks.