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Freedom: Americans and Arms

This moving article was submitted to us 11 years ago by Walter Gorra, who was...

Throwback Thursday: The Mystery of Cahokia

They were an entire native culture, one that flourished in North America’s heartland a thousand...

10 Awesome Firearms Museums Your Family Will Love

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

Throwback Thursday: Union Army's "Mother" Bickerdyke

Even General William Tecumseh Sherman obeyed this iron-willed angel of the battlefield.

Throwback Thursday: Frederic Remington, Capturing the American West

The story behind those iconic images of America's disappearing frontier.

A Youth's Perspective on the Second Amendment

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

The Second Amendment Story

Were our Constitutional rights an afterthought?

Throwback Thursday: Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier

And now you have that song going through your head. You're welcome.

Rising Shooting Star: Katie Zaun

This 15-year-old North Dakotan is just getting started!

Henry Rifles: An American Classic

There is no more truly American firearm than the lever-action rifle...and Henry Repeating Arms is...

Are Women Better Shooters Than Men?

A retired Army logistician weighs in with what he learned from coaching male and female...

7 Awesome Family Vacation Attractions

From Massachusetts to Los Angeles, here are our choices for seven can’t-miss destinations that should...

Colt's Model 1911: An American Classic

For this Throwback Thursday, discover the history of a gun that's stood the test of...

Throwback Thursday: Martha D. Maxwell

Today, Martha D. Maxwell is credited as the first woman to collect and prepare her...

Throwback Thursday: Guns of 1861

One hundred fifty years ago, the United States was a country rapidly splitting in two,...

Throwback Thursday: Oliver Hazard Perry & the Battle of Lake Erie

A tale of the War of 1812 and the era of sailing ships.

Cool Jobs: Zoologist

Making a difference with animals.

Throwback Thursday: Lyudmila Pavlichenko, Soviet Sniper

A story so strange it was dismissed as fiction for decades.

Throwback Thursday: Terrible Tyler

Meet a young single-action shooter who's anything but terrible.
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