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Taurus 85 Ultralite
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Taurus 85 Ultralite Hands-On Review

I have always had an attraction to snub-nosed revolvers. I’ve owned a few, including a Charter Arms .44 Special Bulldog back in the late ’70s when David Berkowitz used that gun for nefarious purposes in New York. The large-ish Bulldog stretched the definition of a snubby, but technically it fit. It had quite a reputation ... Read more
Ruger SR22
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Ruger SR22: Versatile 22LR Pistol [Hands-On Review]

The Ruger company is a long-time provider of excellent guns to security agencies, police, and other law enforcement agencies as well as citizens. I’m one of those long-time owners of Ruger firearms. Ruger is a name to be reckoned with in American gun production. Ever since 1949, they’ve introduced model after model of innovative, well-built, ... Read more
ArmaLite AR-50
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ArmaLite AR-50: Hands-On Review

If you are looking for a rifle that offers unparalleled reliability, accuracy, and functionality, check out the ArmaLite AR-50. When it comes to long-range combat, nothing beats this rifle. Its bolt-action mechanism is engineered to provide the highest levels of accuracy and dependability. The Armalite AR-50 is a single-shot bolt-action rifle with a 30-inch chrome ... Read more
GAMO Swarm Fusion 10X GEN2 on bags
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Gamo Swarm Fusion 10X Gen 2: Hands-On Review

The second generation GAMO Swarm Fusion is an amazing upgrade of an already largely innovative break barrel airgun. The GAMO Swarm Fusion 10x Gen2 is GAMO’s way of letting consumers know they were listening. The company largely fixed many complaints people have had with the previous generation while keeping the features that put this airgun ... Read more
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[Review] Stoeger STR-9: Excellent 9mm

Stoeger is a company that I am familiar with. They’ve been known for decades as an importer of really decent-quality shotguns. Stoeger got this handgunner’s attention around 1980 when they began importing this: This is a German-made Luger .22. Stoeger has owned the rights to the Luger name in the U.S. since 1924. So, they ... Read more
chiappa rhino 50ds
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Chiappa Rhino 50DS [Complete Hands-On Review]

I have always admired the simplicity of revolvers. You just need to reload them, aim, pull the trigger, and fire. Plus, there is freedom from problems such as wobbly magazines, safeties, and feeding problems common in semiautos. While the Chiappa Rhino 50DS breaks the conventional design of modern revolvers. From its bottom cylinder firing to ... Read more
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Sig Sauer P365 SAS [Hands-on Review]

The SIG P365 series changed the world of concealed carry. These microcompact guns packed a double-stack capacity into a single stack-sized firearm. In 2019, SIG Sauer introduced the SIG Anti-Snag (SAS), a variation of the SIG P365 with antisnag treatment. It is touted to be the perfect snag-free concealed carry weapon. In this hands-on review, ... Read more
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[Review] DS Arms FAL SA58

The Fusil Automatic Leger (FAL) is a popular rifle both in Europe and the United States. Although its name translates to “light automatic rifle,” this is a semi-automatic. Nowadays, the company DS Arms makes all-American modern-day FALs under the SA58 series. I’ve had the chance to review one of them. With a hefty price tag ... Read more

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