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The History and Function of the H&K MP5

by Vincent Buckles 0

Most Americans had never heard of Mogadishu before October 1993. In fact, many had never heard of “The Mog” or… more »

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M40-66 Rifle Review

by David Fortier 0

It was a typical Kansas winter afternoon, a mite cold and windy. I was peering down the bore of the… more »

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M16’s Fate in the Hands of the Marine Corps Commandant

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The king is dead. Long live the king. Well, almost dead, anyway. The Marine Corps is set to retire the… more »

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Century Arms C93 Review

by Jim Grant 0

The AR-15 is awesome, but it isn’t for everyone. Some people reside in areas of the country that restrict ownership… more »

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American AK Showdown: Century Arms RAS47 vs. DDI AK-47F

by Jim Grant 0

One corner of the American arms industry experiencing explosive growth is the civilian Avtomat Kalashnikova market. In the past, companies… more »

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The African Rifles: The HK G3 and FN FAL

by Vincent Buckles 0

To many, the words Africa and rifle together conjure up images of a side-by-side Holland and Holland chambered in a… more »

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7 Great AR-15 Magazines You Can’t Live Without

by Jim Grant 0

With any semiautomatic weapon system, the weakest link is the magazine. Even Russia’s famously reliable AK-47 will choke with poorly… more »

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The USMC M40 Sniper Rifle: At the End of a Useful Life?

by Vincent Buckles 0

Next year, the Marine Corp will celebrate the 50th birthday of an old friend: the 7.62x51mm M40 sniper rifle. Like… more »

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HK MR556A1 Competition Rifle

by SGN Online Editors 0

The Competition Model is a customized version of HK‘s MR556A1 rifle and features an extended 14-inch hand guard, a Magpul… more »

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SIG Sauer 516 Carbon TS Review

by Jim Grant 0

Few guns truly benefit from carbon fiber furniture. Difficult to mount rails to, relatively brittle and prohibitively expensive, the material… more »

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