It’s a given that one of each major classification of firearms will be needed—handgun, rifle, and shotgun. Our task here is to pick an ideal group of five
Hi-Point is expanding hydro-dipping services with digital desert tan, increasingly-popular pink Muddy Girl-type and traditional woodland camo prints.
Jerry Miculek got his hands on a new production Inland M1 Carbine in the much sought-after folding stock model similar to that used by the Army airborne units in World War II.
A ruggedly handsome and powerful entry in the carbine class, the Springfield Armory M1A SOCOM 16 is a rough and ready shooter with neo-classic appeal.
Although a date for a court ruling has not been scheduled, both SIG Sauer and the ATF agreed on deadlines starting early next year for final arguments.
While the two parties seem to be at a standstill, some gun rights advocates are hopeful that the legal conflict will help chip away at federal regulations governing silencers and eventually lead to a more direct path for consumers to buy one.
MKS Supply has announced that they are bringing back a historical rifle with the Inland M1 Carbine, in three versions, including the M1A1 Paratrooper.
YouTuber Royal Nonesuch created a homemade .410 revolver carbine with some scrap metal and a…
Aams Arms is bringing back an old-school design with a modern take with their new line of true, not mock, piston-driven Dissipator rifles and uppers.
With the ARX-100 you’re able to get your hands on what the old Masada could have been. Sure the ARX-100’s $1950 MSRP is $450 more than the projected MSRP of the Masada, but that was back in 2007. A year when gas was $2.75 a gallon and brass-cased .223 ammo was $6 for a box of 20.