Shooting fast is nothing new for Jerry Miculek. In fact Jerry can shoot, reload and empty a revolver faster than
In mid-May 2013, Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley followed in the footsteps of New York, Colorado and Connecticut when he signed a
Niles, Illinois Board of Trustees Grant Permit to Gun Range
As we reported on July 18, Moms Demand Action for
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
The U.S. Army has settled the age-old 9mm vs. .45 ACP debate with its latest request for a new service pistol
Suppressor manufacturer SilencerCo has introduced what it is hoping is the first commercially-viable shotgun silencer.
The new product, named the
I see a trend catching on—top quality products to fit everyone’s budget. As more and more Americans become gun
A report released July 9 by the Crime Prevention Research Center shows that as the number of concealed-carry permits
The .30-caliber U.S. M1 carbine was arguably the first of the modern class of lightweight personal defense weapons (PDW).
I began hunting with simple optics by today’s standards. They worked well and one day, when I found a Lyman Alaskan for the Winchester 70,
California Governor Jerry Brown Signs Bill Banning More Handguns
California Governor, Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 1964 removing the “single-shot”
There are only two things food needs to spoil—oxygen and moisture. Oxygen and moisture allow the growth of