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Throwback Thursday: The POWs of Camp Perry

Camp Perry hasn't always hosted the National Matches. Once, it hosted prisoners of war.

Throwback Thursday: Hemingway's Guns

He may have written "A Farewell to Arms," but this literary giant was a firearms...

Fun Friday: The Truth About Pirates

All about their ships, weapons & way of life.

Colt's Model 1911: An American Classic

Discover the history of a gun that's stood the test of time.

Throwback Thursday: Battle of Crecy

The first documented use of firearms in land warfare.

Throwback Thursday: Guns of the Hatfield-McCoy Feud

Imagine a family feud so ferocious it left a mark on the language...

Throwback Thursday: 5 Medieval Thoughts on Guns

Forget years; let's #Throwback a few centuries!

NRA Family Literature: Illustrated History of Firearms

Here's the next best thing to visiting the real NRA Museums!

No Second-Guessing the Second Amendment

We present the true history of the Second Amendment, and why it's still relevant today.

What To Look For In a Concealed-Carry Purse

Important design features for your CCW bag.

The Good News About Youth Shooting Sports

May the odds be ever in their favor.

Throwback Thursday: Gun History By the 8s

From 1918 to today, let's review the last 100 years!

Ammunition Science: Blackpowder vs. Modern Cartridges

Much of the technological development in firearms history has actually been devoted to ammo!

5 Things You Should Know About the M1 Garand

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

SHOT 2020: New Traditions Sidelock Muzzleloaders

Get in touch with an American tradition with Traditions muzzleloaders!

Fun Friday: Maxim Machine-Gun Mystery

A mystery of history that's as true as it is intriguing.

Throwback Thursday: Rise of the Renaissance Gunner

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

Throwback Thursday: Whaleship Essex & the "Real Moby-Dick"

Call me Ishmael...or maybe just call me surprised that Moby Dick was real!

Throwback Thursday: The River Wild

John Wesley Powell and the 1869 Colorado River Exploring Expedition

5 MORE Movies That Get Gun Handling Right (For a Change)

For once, you won't have to use steel cables to suspend your disbelief!
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