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New Gun Mag: Military Surplus Magazine


There’s a new gun magazine in town and it’s dedicated to a popular niche within the world of guns. Military Surplus magazine premiered today, it’s a new gun magazine dedicated to you guessed it, surplus military firearms. So if you’re a fan of the Mosin Nagant, M1 Garand, Mausers, Arisaka or any other classic military firearm this mag is probably worth checking out.

Military Surplus magazine is from the folks over at Harris Publications who also publish other gun magazines such as Combat Handguns, Guns & Weapons and Tactical-Life.com. Maybe this will take some heat off the RECOIL Magazine fiasco? Probably not.

If you’re not already a C&R FFL license holder I bet one look through this magazine will get you filling out those ATF forms quick! Head on over to harris-pub.com to subscribe.


  1. I wish to contact a contributing writer, Todd G. Lofgren, with a question about a low serial # (17) S&W Model 17 revolver inherited from my grandfather. How can I reach him? Thank you

  2. Sure would be nice to know how to subscribe to it. I went to the website and they do not have it listed as one of their magazine subscriptions.

  3. Not surprised to read that RECOIL was a fiasco.

    I sent an email using the subscription email address listed in the magazine, asking for how to subscribe, never got a response.

    Reminds me of the day I tried to buy a new truck in cash at a Chevrolet dealership, and they snubbed me. Then later on we learned that GM had issues. Painted me surprised? Nope.

  4. Magazine for military surplus would be very nice. I never knew about this magazine, I always Google to learn about various military guns and equipments. I will definitely subscribe for this magazine.

  5. The premier issue of Military Surplus is outstanding. I happen to own most of the weapons discussed but learned a good bit about them that I did not already know. I look forward to the next issue!

  6. Just in time- the most recent edition of Guns and Ammo’s Surplus Firearms was the last. They apparently thought that even though sales were steady that there was no point in continuing to publish. Glad to see someone else step in to fill the gap.


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