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James Tarr reviews the Taurus 856 revolver.

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SandWEZ Meet the new M&P Shield EZ.

Do you struggle to pull the slide back on a pistol? Is it painful to shoot small guns? Are magazines tough to load?

If these questions apply to you, Smith & Wesson now offers an excellent solution with its new Shield variant, and it should be well received among an underserved segment of gun owners.

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To make the EZ reliable with all kinds of .380 ammo, S&W trimmed away excess mass from the slide and paired it with a lighter recoil spring. To make the EZ reliable with all kinds of

SubscribeBreaking a flying clay target or knocking over a steel plate and then sharing the fun of that experience awaits all who participate in National Shooting Sports Month® this August.

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The National Shooting Sports Foundation® (NSSF®) established this celebration to encourage you to spend trigger time at your local shooting range and share your passion for the shooting sports with others. Some 24 million Americans have a great interest in learning about recreational shooting, according to NSSF, making

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The 6.5 Grendel is a well-kept secret. How did it evolve; how did it elbow its way into the mix of legitimate 6 mm cartridges?

The post 2018 Guns & Ammo Episode 20: Best-Kept Secret: Evolution of the 6.5 Grendel appeared first on Guns & Ammo....

Ed Brown’s new LS10 is a standout in the growing field of long-slide 10mm handguns. Ed Brown’s new LS10 is a standout in the growing field of long-slide 10mm handguns.

If you have your finger on the pulse of the goings-on in the handgun industry, you’re aware that we’re in the midst of a 10mm Auto renaissance. The 10mm’s sudden popularity comes as no surprise to the cartridge’s substantial fan base, who think it’s about time the rest of us caught onto what a marvel of engineering the round

The five-inch 686 (l.) holds seven shots and is cut for moon clips while the four-incher (r.) is a six-shot gun that is loaded conventionally. The five-inch 686 (l.) holds seven shots and is cut for moon clips while the four-incher (r.) is a six-shot gun that is loaded conventionally.

The Performance Center, a sub-brand within the Smith & Wesson family, has come out with a pair of new Model 686 revolvers—one with a four-inch barrel, the other with a five-inch barrel—that have you covered whether you’re a dedicated wheelgun competitor or someone who likes to carry a revolver