If you hunt any type of game in bear country, and especially if you are hunting bear, you should realize
At temperatures below freezing, our 12-gauge, 3-inch HEVI-Metal and HEVI-Steel shotshell wads may crack on ignition. This may cause a “squib load,” with an off sound and reduced power.
I don’t know if Davy Crockett adjusted his rifle trigger for a smoother release, although chances are he did. Ever since
One of the problems with aperture or magnified rifle sights is their relatively slow acquisition up close. Point shooting is a
I don’t want a new gun. Said no one ever!
2015 is just around the corner.
This survey is all about what you would like to buy next year in the way of a
I am a firm believer in carrying wherever and whenever I can. I am responsible and take my responsibilities seriously.
Smith & Wesson’s Model 10, .38 Special revolver started it all. Called the “Military & Police” revolver, S&W have been
Smith & Wesson’s Military & Police (M&P) marque got its start with a polymer-framed, short-recoil-operated locked-breech full-size semi
Either due to the upcoming gift-giving season or just weeks away from the annual SHOT Show, there has been
In a defiant speech at the 129th NRA convention in Charlotte, North Carolina on May 20, 2000, Charlton Heston addressed Vice President Al Gore and
In Part I, I wrote about barrel essentials, mostly manufacturing methods and materials. This time I want to cover other considerations in choosing
Guest Post by Todd Woodard, Editor, Cartridges of the World.
With Thanksgiving only a few days away, the question of how to best kill a whitetail or mule deer intrudes on
Could this be the Holy Grail? A concealed carry handgun that is “print-free” as well as comfortable in any position on the body?
A few years ago an administrator on a well known gun forum posted a sticky: NO MORE ZOMBIE THREADS! The thread
Breaking News Update
Hip, hip Hooray and pass the M4s! Colt Defense LLC has received a stay of execution
Growing dynamically over the last 15 years, Magpul stems from former U.S. Marine Corps Sergeant Richard Fitzpatrick’s