• Metal plates offer instant gratification at the range. Practice and more practice will pay off after you leave the range, because the best handgun for you is the one you’re comfortable shooting.
  • A 9mm Difference-Part II

    This is Part II and the final part to the “A 9mm Difference” series that was featured as our cover story in our July issue. To read Part I, click here! A 9mm Difference A Semi-Auto Handgun Trio Chambers the … Continue reading »

  • Ruger’s “new” Mini-14 in .223, designed for the law enforcement market, graced our cover in September 1973.
  • Flashback Friday- September 1973

    40 Years Ago (September 1973) – Mike Dickerson wasn’t the first Gun World writer to head to the Lone Star State for an exotic safari (see page__ of this issue). In 1973, Jack Lewis traveled to the famed YO Ranch … Continue reading »

  • Three handguns representing three eras of the 9x19mm. All were designed as self-defense weapons and are similar in size and function. Most importantly, you can bet your life on any of them.
  • A 9mm Difference- Part I

    This is the first part of a two-part series that was featured in our July issue as the cover story. Check back in a few days to read Part II, which is all about range testing! A 9mm Difference A … Continue reading »

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      Gun World Key Chains are now available for purchase here!  A Desert Eagle .45 cal is a cool way to express your passion for guns. *Each Keychain comes with an official Gun World Magazine Sticker MSRP: $6.95 Purchase here: http://engagedmediamags.com/apparel-accessories/gun-world-apparel-accessories?product_id=67691336 … Continue reading »

  • In a July 1973 feature, “New USAF Caseless Ammo Gun System,” Mark Triffault wrote of the GAU-7/A, a “revolutionary new gun and feed system” for the F-15, which used a 25mm Gatling gun with five rotating barrels. The projectile was…“embedded in a cylindrically-shaped mass of propellant, which is fully telescoped to facilitate stacking.” Each round weighed less than a pound because the propellant “consumes itself completely during firing, leaving no empty shell casing in the aircraft.” How did the system perform? Alas, due to “development problems,” the proposal was scrapped in 1974, and the F-15 hit the skies fitted with the standard M61 Vulcan gun.
  • Flashback Friday-July 1973

    Arm Yourself with Information “The only thing new in the world is the history you do not know,” said Harry Truman, so we crack open the Gun World archives each month to see if there’s anything we can learn. This … Continue reading »

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  • Gun World Knives!

    Check out our new Gun World Folding Knifes with a Pocket Clip now available for purchase starting at just $6.95! Click Here to purchase! Gun World magazine Collectible Blue Folding Knife with Pocket Clip MSRP: $6.95 *Each Knife comes with … Continue reading »

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