The Mauser is the gold standard for military surplus rifles. The Swiss K31 and British SMLE are excellent weapons, but no series of rifles has been as consistently excellent as those based on the Mauser 98 action. And yes, that includes the Mosin-Nagant!
The .30-06 (not .303!) US Model 1917, also known as the American Enfield, was one of the great logistical successes of World War I.
The Lewis and Clark Air Rifle is an example of early assault rifles; so too the Kalthoff Repeater, Belton Flintlock, and Girandoni Air Rifle.
Delta 14 Chassis is a family owned business doing new school things to old school long guns – check out the Delta 14 Chassis goodness.
Cheap and eas is how we like our AR 15 mods. Check out these inexpensive AR 15 upgrades of the DIY variety.
A storied warrior scholar once published an interesting list of little known (and horrifying) facts about the AR-15. Thought it apropos to share the arcana.
First used in earnest during the Battle of the Little Bighorn, the Springfield M1873 saw service for over 20 years.
We're at the 2018 SHOT Show taking a look at all the product lines. Palmetto State Armory had a new product lineup that includes: PSA 6.5 Creedmoor Gen 2. PSAK 5.56 PSAK - 9 .224 Valkyrie Gen 3 AR - 9 The standard 5.56 Lower is compatible with three uppers: 6.5...
Barrel harmonics - it's an interesting topic, and no we're not talking about Hohner Mouth Organs or the "backstage special" at Nancy's Squat & Gobble either. Breach Bang Clear Barrel Harmonics refers to the manner in which a firearm barrel whips, flexes, torques,...
The Stevens Model 15 was surprisingly accurate. Though marketed as a boy’s rifle, most adults have no problem shooting them.