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Throwback Thursday: Rise of the Renaissance Gunner

Throughout history, gunners have been considered special people. Here's why.

5 Things You Should Know About the M1 Garand

“In my opinion, the M1 rifle is the greatest battle implement ever devised.” — Gen....

Throwback Thursday: The River Wild

John Wesley Powell and the 1869 Colorado River Exploring Expedition

How to Buy a Used Gun: 5 Tips

Purchasing an affordable used gun is a great option for American families.

Freedom: Americans and Arms

This moving article was submitted to us nine years ago by Walter Gorra, who was...

My First .22 Pistol

Three accomplished young shooters, three disciplines, a million ways to get into .22 shooting!

Step Up To an Air Rifle: Part I

The first of a two-part series to introduce the sport of air rifle.

Throwback Thursday: History of Firearms

From medieval hand cannons to Renaissance snaphaunces, the firearm family has a pedigree that goes...

Ronnie Barrett: High-Caliber Innovator

Ronnie Barrett, founder of Barrett Firearms in Murfreesboro, Tenn., has been designing and producing firearms...

10 Awesome Firearms Museums Your Family Will Love

Looking for a fun, family-friendly way to while away a rainy day? Why not check...

A Youth's Perspective on the Second Amendment

What do the teens of today think about the Right to Keep and Bear Arms?...

Fun Friday: The Making of "Tombstone"

This masterpiece of the Western genre boasts some of the best historical firearms accuracy out...

Get Into Black Powder Target Rifle

Let’s imagine that the year is 1874 in the Texas panhandle, you are one of...

Book Review: Guns of the NRA National Sporting Arms Museum

A new book allows you to visit the newest NRA attraction from home.

The Second Amendment Story

Were our Constitutional rights an afterthought?

Real Imitations

To most casual viewers, the above pistol, part of the NRA's National Firearms Museum, appears...

Throwback Thursday: Wyatt Earp

How much of this famous lawman's life is fact, and how much is legend?
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