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The Winchester Model 52

The Winchester Repeating Arms Model 52 was a bolt-action .22 cal. target rifle that shooters...

Last War for the Garand: Cold War Veterans Finally Come Home

The M1 Garand is a piece of living history, a connection to WWII and Korean,...

Video: The Unique Colt Camp Perry Pistol

For slow fire at the National Matches in the early 20th century, the Colt Camp...

Garand Entrance: The National Match Debut Of The M1 Rifle

Over 75 years ago the “finest battle implement” was proven ready for war during the...

The Evolution of the .38 Super, Part 1

One of the best kept secrets in Action Shooting.

A Page from History: Pistols for the 1905 National Matches

Pistols at the National Matches were pretty straightforward, until a supply of M1911 pistols became...

Tin Cans and The National Matches—1921

The National Matches have been, almost from the beginning, a place for experimenters.

The 1907 Army Pistol Trials

The selection of the Model 1911 was by no means a foregone conclusion when the...

Gunpowder In Their Blood: Four Generations Of George Van Orden

100 years of service—all four exceptional Marines named George Van Orden.

Birth of a Legend: The Farr Rifle

In 1921 George Farr fired an incredible string of 71 consecutive bullseyes, all with government-issue...