There are plenty of things we don’t need, but feel we must buy for the simple fact that it’s a
For the AR-15 shooter, what does “long range” mean? It’s subjective. For someone who is usually popping away at
Handgun articles are a favorite of readers who visit The Shooter’s Log, and interest in handguns cuts across
Last week, I covered five stocks worth considering if you are thinking about swapping out your original
Has it been awhile since you added any aftermarket accessories to your trusty old standby Ruger 10/22? If so, check
The original old-school A2 fixed stock worked well—I still use one on my AR-15 deer rifle—however, there
A guest post by Jason Hanson
Carjacking is a nasty crime that happens every day all across the U.S. Below are a few statistics showing
Even though this isn’t an item we sell at Cheaper Than Dirt!, our survival and backcountry Chronicle readers might want to take
The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia has ruled that the Obama Department of Justice (DOJ) must
A guest post by Stephen P. Halbrook, Ph.D., J.D.
Attorney General Eric Holder told Congress in April about an idea he had directed the Department of Justice to
There is a little something for every shooter and outdoor adventurer in this week’s new product spotlight from Cheaper Than Dirt!
By now, I am sure you have read Rolling Stone’s July 2014 article titled, “The Five Most Dangerous Guns in
Many Chronicle readers will be surprised to learn that the recent defeat of the Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act of 2014 was
In an interview with The Detroit News and in the CNN video, Detroit Police Chief James Craig attributed a drop in his city’s crime rate