It's Friday. We need to bring out something awesome, like the FNH USA 249S, the semi-automatic version of the light machinegun, released at the NRA Annual Meeting in Nashville earlier this year. There's just something about a belt-fed...
It's been a while since we put up a revolver, so here's a Ruger Redhawk in .44 Mag. to start the morning. The versatility of the revolver allows everything from monster 300-grain .44 Mag. to specialized snake shot rounds.
Throwback Thursday! Today's throwback is the Ballard rifle, rolled out at the onset of the Civil War in a variety of rimfire calibers (.32 Rimfire being the first). The Ballard employed a falling-block action similiar to the familiar Sharps and was eventually picked up by Marlin Firearms. #TBT
As referenced earlier today, here's our Rifle Editor's review of the FNH USA FN-15, the company's first civilian-friendly version of the M4 carbine it provides to our armed forces. See how this semi-auto clone stacks up to the competition.