From En Bloc To Box Magazine: M1s Mimicking M14s
If you’ve ever thought the M1 Garand would have been a better rifle if it had a box magazine, you’re not alone—John Garand thought so, too. Are those M1 Garands in the photo? The answer is yes they both are.
The AR-15: A Brief History
The AR-15 has become “the most popular rifle in America.” Here’s the very short course on how it came to be, where it went to get here—and why we have such an amazing array of options available to us now.
Here Are 12 Of Our Best High Power Rifle Articles
Here are 12 of our favorite articles on everyone’s favorite rifle discipline that focuses on pure marksmanship: high power
SHOT Show 2019: High Power Rifle Product Round-Up
Here are six new products that high power rifle shooters will be interested to learn more about
Gunsmithing Q&A: Service Rifle Trigger Job
Virginia master gunsmith David Sams explains the pros and cons of having a trigger job performed on a service rifle
The Civilian Version of the M14, Then and Now
Descended from the M1 Garand, the M14 utilized multiple improvements that made it a far superior firearm for competition
Serenade in Blue: It could have been the .30-338
Long-range stalwarts, such as the the lanky 6.5x284 and subsequently the .30-338 and .300 Win. Mag. all lost center stage in the competition world to svelte young starlets like the 6mm and 6.5mm Creedmoor.