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Throwback Thursday: Guns of the Hatfield-McCoy Feud

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

3 Candidates For Your One and Done Gun

Buying your first gun? Need one that can "do it all"? Here are three thoughts.

Throwback Thursday: 3 Rifles of the Buffalo Hunters

What did 19th-century marksmen use to take down animals that weigh a (literal) ton?

5 Simple Steps to Bust Your Shooting Slump

It happens to every shooter, whether competitive, tactical or hunter: You hit a slump...

7 Awesome Family Vacation Attractions

From Massachusetts to Los Angeles, here are our choices for seven can’t-miss destinations that should be added to your vacation route this year.

5 Simple Steps to Bust Your Shooting Slump

It happens to every shooter, whether competitive, tactical or hunter: You hit a slump...

Throwback Thursday: Guns of 1861

One hundred fifty years ago, the United States was a country rapidly splitting in two, with both North and South quickly moving to acquire arms for the inevitable conflict. Both the Union and the Confederacy had only the tools of the past war immediately available as they first came to conflict.

Get Into Black Powder Target Rifle

Let’s imagine that the year is 1874 in the Texas panhandle, you are one of 28 men under attack by as many as 700 Comanche, Cheyenne and Kiowa warriors, and you just witnessed a 24-year-old named Billy Dixon shoot an enemy warrior off his horse almost a mile away. Now, given some background, what kind of firearm would it take to shoot at what was later recorded as 1,538 yards?

7 Awesome Family Vacation Attractions

From Massachusetts to Los Angeles, here are our choices for seven can’t-miss destinations that should be added to your vacation route this year.

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