“M2 Alternative,” a little-known cartridge produced for a time during World War II, is of interest to both collectors and shooters.
This book celebrates the 200th anniversary of Switzerland’s marksmanship society and is also a valuable reference work.
Assassin? Saboteur? Although there is no record of it, some believe that Winchester 74 rifles provided to Great Britain by the United States during World War II were then equipped with suppressors for clandestine operations.
Back in 2005, Agustin Sanchez, Jr., overcame Arizona's broiling heat to serve up a perfect 40 on his way to claiming that year's NRA Smallbore Rifle Silhouette Championship title.
Part 4 of Dr. Robert “Doc” Engelmeier’s look back at his time with the U.S. Air Force Pistol Team—a captivating glimpse into what competitive shooting was like in the 1980s and 1990s, including vintage photos.
Ugly and heavy for a .22 LR hunting rifle, this modified Pattern 14 Enfield is a one-of-a-kind curiosity that warrants a closer look.