William "Bucky" Lawson is a self-described "typical Appalachian-American gun enthusiast". He is a military historian specializing in World War II and has written a few things, as he says, "here and there". A featured contributor for Strategy & Tactics, he likes dogs, range time, and a good cigar - preferably with an Old Fashioned that has an extra orange slice.

Smith & Wesson M&P 15-22 Pistol: Great Fun and a Great Training Tool

ARs in .22 LR are nothing new, but many don’t have fully functional controls, so they don’t help much with mechanics and muscle memory. Not so the M&P 15-22 pistol.

Two Tours in France: The Colt Army Model 1901 Service Revolver of Colonel James Draper

With old military firearms, we rarely know the owner's names or their stories. That's what makes this Colt 1901 New Army revolver so special.

The 1986 Miami Dade FBI Shooting: An Analysis

The Miami shootout is one of the most infamous incidents in FBI history. It's been meticulously documented, but how deep does our knowledge go?

How Do You Shotgun? Mossberg M500A, Benelli M4, and Beretta 1301

Some articles are just a pleasure to write, from start to finish. This is one of those. I had never heard of this reviewer before, and I don’t do a lot of shotgunning, but both of those are changing. The reviewer, Paul from SuperSetCA, seems knowledgeable, the video is interesting, and the production value is […]

NYSRPA v Corlett | the Supreme Court Looks at the Second Amendment

SCOTUS will be hearing a case called NYSRPA v Corlett. This will have a big impact on Second Amendment interpretation and gun laws.

Springfield Armory M1A SOCOM 16 — Kickin’ it Old School (sorta)

I’ve been thinking about a Springfield M1A for a while, so I dialed up my old buddy Sootch to get his opinion on the M1A SOCOM 16.

Imported Polish AK Goodness: The FB Radom 762 S Beryl M1 Rifle

Praise Saint Mikhail and his rifle industry disciples! A Polish AK has entered the import picture, and it ain’t just any player.

Walther P38 / P1: More Than 80 Years of Excellence

The P38/P1 is hammer-fired with a falling block locking mechanism. Would you carry a Walther P38 as an EDC gun (or for that matter the renamed P1)?

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