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US M1 .30 Carbine rifle over a Ruger 10/22 M1 rifle


Review: Ruger 10/22 M1 Carbine

Among the most useful, reliable and practically accurate .22 caliber rifles made is the Ruger 10/22. Introduced in 1964, the Ruger 10/22 has become the most popular .22 rimfire rifle in America. I mean, who hasn’t owned one or at least wished they had? Building on the legacy of the 10/22, RUger has introduced the Ruger 10/22 M1 Carbine. Among the notable features of the 10/22 M1 is a protected front sight that keeps with the military appearance theme. However, the most interesting modification to the original Ruger 10/22 is the rear sight, but that’s not all that makes this baby M1 honor it military theme. Rad the full article in celebration of October 22nd (10/22).

Inland Manufacturing M1 Jungle Carbine


Inland M1 Jungle Carbine — How cool can a carbine get?

There is something special about owning a historical firearm. The nostalgia alone makes it worthy, but when the gun also serves another purpose such as self-defense or survival, you really have something special. That is exactly the case with Inland Manufacturing’s new American made Jungle Carbine.

SOCOM 16 rifle with Flatwood target


Springfield Armory SOCOM 16: First Look, First Shots

Springfield Armory has consistently refined its M1A platform to suit long-range competitive match shooters, operators who want more caliber, and hunters wanting a reliable, rugged, accurate rifle. The new SOCOM 16 is even more adaptable and leaps into the 21st century. It’s a rifle that is modular, adaptable, and customizable, and it runs with the heart of an M1A.

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.

Fulton Armory Gas Guns Lineup


McKee: Expert Advice on Care and Feeding of Your AR-15, AR-10, M1, & M14

Over 25 years ago, Clint McKee started Fulton Armory to build fine M14 rifles, and the business has grown to include selling and servicing all of the U.S. standard-issue gas-operated rifles of the 20th Century: the M14 (M1A), M1 Garand, M1 Carbine, AR-15, and AR-10, as well as virtually everything needed to care for these legendary rifles.