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No More M1 Garands


Gun Control Claims 41 New Victims

The White House has stated, “The two common-sense ‘executive actions’ are solidly aimed at keeping firearms out of the wrong hands.” What else can you surmise that means other than the hands of law-abiding citizens and participants of the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP)? Here is the latest on The White House blocking a deal to bring M1 Garands home after 70 years—even though it was approved by the Department of State and Department of Justice.

Poly Technologies Legend Series AK-47/S


Top 10 AK Posts

If you are into AKs, so are we. Here are the most-read AK-themed articles in the Shooter’s Log, including “AK-47 Receiver Identification: Milled vs. Stamped,” “AK-12: Russia Unveils Newest Incarnation of the Kalashnikov Assault Rifle,” and “10 Stock, Grip and Handguard Upgrades for Your AK.”


13 Frequently Asked Questions about the AK-47

Cheaper Than Dirt! has started gathered it list of the most Frequently Asked Questions surrounding the AK-47. Give it a read and feel free to ask your own question or offer an answer in the comment section. Cheaper Than Dirt offers a wealth of knowledge, but our readers can’t be beat or stumped so feel free to fire away!

The Springfield Armory TRP


Art of the Gun: The Springfield Armory Tactical Response Pistol .45 ACP

The Tactical Response Pistol is built to the same specs as Springfield’s FBI contract Professional Model, but at about half the cost and no waiting list while they hand tool and fit each part. Amazingly, you aren’t going to sacrifice much in the way of performance and durability. The TRP is a tactical 1911 that stands out from the crowd.


Is the .380 ACP the new .38 Special?

Ladies, does it annoy you to walk into a gun shop and immediately be directed to the small, .38 Special revolvers? Have you noticed a switch? Next time you go into a gun shop, ask at the counter for a semi-auto. I bet they will hand you a .380 ACP. Revolvers and .380s are great, but they aren’t everything. Is the .380 the new .38? Read on for my conclusion.

Partial shot of the Rossi 92 focused on the short throw, on a white background


The Cowboy Assault Rifle

The Rossi 92 carbine is a well-made carbine with good fit and finish. The .45 Colt cartridge is powerful and easy to use well in this carbine. The author likes this combination a lot and shares all the details in this article.

Shooter racking slide of 1911 .45 pistol

Competitive Shooting

Immediate-Action Drills

The most sickening sound in a gunfight, or even on the shooting line during a competition, is click! If you should ever find yourself in such a situation and your mind races before quickly coming up with the solution, I am sorry to tell you but it is too late. Now is the time to prevent a disaster with this simple drill.

Picture shows the Beretta ARX 160 .22 Long Rifle rimfire pistol.


Beretta ARX160 .22 LR Pistol May 27-29 Fire Sale

Have you been waiting with bated breath for Beretta’s ARX100 5.56mm battle-proven rifle? You might have a long wait. Until then, you can have loads of fun with Beretta’s rimfire version called the ARX160. With all the exact operations, sights and 100-percent ambidextrous controls as the rifle, the .22 LR pistol is more fun! Especially since we are dropping the price, but you have to act now. This sale is only temporary.

Classic, black metal-framed Beretta M9 9mm handgun


Art of the Gun: Beretta 92 Series M9

Often imitated, but never duplicated, this “Wonder 9” has been in production for nearly 40 years, and it doesn’t seem like the world is ready to give up the Beretta 92 any time soon.