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Classic SSUSA: The Many Faces Of Walther

Walther underwent change in the early 2010s, including the hire of a new director of competitive marketing and new offices in Arkansas. In this article, first published in the March 2013 issue, Chip Lohman examines more than a century of Walther history, plus an evaluation of the then-new LG400 Anatomic Expert air rifle.

The First Action Shooting Matches

From humble origins, action shooting evolved into a multi-sport shooting juggernaut. Here’s the story of how it happened.

M1 Carbine Conversions: “Elegant” or “Abomination”

All about sporterizing the most popular old battle rifle around—the venerable M1 Carbine.

New: Browning X-Bolt Pro McMillan Long Range

Equipped with a 26-inch, skip-fluted, sporter-contour barrel, this is no ordinary X-Bolt rifle.

Review: Beretta 1301 Comp Pro

The success of the 1301 Comp led Beretta to release the new Pro version, which is ready for 3-Gun matches straight out of the box.

Less Is More: ModShot For Speed Shooting

A minimalist design, along with the use of modern materials allows for maximum weight reduction without sacrificing rigidity.

Review: Caesar Guerini Invictus Sporting M-Spec

With outstanding balance, this smooth handling scattergun with fixed chokes is a clay shooter’s dream. There is nothing quite like a fine Italian shotgun.

Review: JP GMR-15 Match 9mm PCC

There’s a reason why JP guns are currently the most popular PCC in USPSA.

Preview: Caesar Guerini Invictus Sporting M-Spec

According to Caesar, "the M-Spec is designed to tackle the most demanding sporting clays targets."

Review: Fabarm Elos N2 Allsport

Fabarm’s Elos N2 Allsport is a versatile shotgun with reduced dimensions for youth and smaller-framed adults. Shown here with Winchester’s new AA Diamond Grade target loads.

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