A few months ago, I tested SIG Sauer’s new Elite defense loads. I found each caliber well suited to
For years, I have suffered the insults, ridicule, jokes and consternation of my fellow shooters. The 1911 crowd was never a surprise.
If you know only two things about shotguns—they go bang! and kick like a mule—you are only doing it half right.
There is one distinctive sound no gun enthusiast would ever mistake—the sound of a pump-action shotgun be racked.
Jump on any firearms group or chat board and before long, someone will pose a question about which model or
Rio Grande, Osceola, Gould’s, Eastern, Merriam’s, Oscellated – if these names ring a bell, make your blood boil or conjure images of
We have studied the basics of loading, now let’s go a step further and study load development. It works!
Recently I fired
Noveske Rifleworks founder John Noveske dreamed of creating the perfect cartridge to run beautifully in his rifles—in particular
When you think of world-class hunting opportunities, I’m betting Australia doesn’t come to mind. America and Africa are probably
Over 100 years after its introduction, the .22 Long Rifle cartridge remains an important part of the shooting world. The .22 LR
On the Second day of Christmas My true love gave to me the fun of shooting and saving all year-long
The history of the 1911 handgun platform is well-known, as are its virtues—a near-ideal grip angle that
You have no doubt noticed the large amount of inexpensive steel-cased ammunition available. It is hard to pass it
The rifle has some major advantages over the pistol or shotgun when used as a defensive firearm. The rifle is
Winchester introduced the .22 Magnum Rimfire in the late 1950s as a hunting rifle cartridge to extend the hunter’s range
Quite a few years ago, an IDPA shooter handed me a shiny silver cartridge with a black bullet and said,
For many, a shotgun was the weapon we used for our first big-game hunting experience. However, hunter’s today have