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Fasten your ammo belts

In the world of deuces and guns, it's the innocuous twenty-two that continues to surprise, but you have to be a history buff to take full advantage. A trip to your local auctioneer could help, but pick one with a passion for guns.
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Bold/bolt-action leader surprise

One would expect that bold industry leaders like the Freedom Group companies and in particular Remington Arms, would be on top of every projectile category, from rocks to the latest commercial AR platform.
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VIDEO: Benelli Ethos blends art and function

The new Ethos from Benelli will appeal to upland hunters and clay shooters alike. Weighing just six pounds with a new recoil-reduction system in the stock, it's perfect for going from the field to the range.
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A can within a can

Utilizing a special "can within a can," DuraCoat's new Aerosol contains both finish and hardener in one easy to use package.
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Take a load off your thumb

One of the coolest new products at SHOT comes from Battenfeld Technologies. It's a rifle cartridge loader that relieves all those sore thumb callouses that comes from pushing, for example, .223/5.56 rounds into a magazine.
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Our industry is thriving!

The Outdoor Channel's Jim Libatore pressed the crowd of more than a thousand attendees to be imaginative, energetic and pro-active in defense of our shooting, hunting and outdoor lifestyle.
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All-new hunting shotguns revealed

The 2014 SHOT Show opened to aisle-choking crowds and booth-bulging buyers. Even so, there were early indications that the hunting shotgun arena this year is packed with a combination of line extensions peppered with the introductions of a few actually new models.
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VIDEO: SHOT Show day 2 highlights

Check out some new high-end insulation for premium hunting clothing, a cool line of replaceable-blade knives from Gerber and a unique new pink camo pattern for the girl who likes her guns to stand out.
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Knives, knives and more knives

Knives are some of mankind's most basic tools, yet every year manufacturers come up with new models, all intended to fill voids somewhere for someone in the world.
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The Accu-Tek AT 382 is pretty in pink

The Accu-Tek model AT 382 may not be new or high-tech, but it continues to be a top seller for Ontario, California-based Excel Arms.
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