Cold fronts have begun to sweep across much of the United States, bringing migrating waterfowl with them. Nothing gets a
Many competitive shooting events draw to a close near the end of September and the IDPA National Championship is no
When choosing a load for self defense, there are several things that are more important than the actual load in the
Goose season is fast approaching and soon thousands of hunters will take to the field to bag as many
Join the Cheaper than Dirt! staff for an interview with Robby Johnson, winner of the 2010 Rocky Mountain 3-gun competition in Raton New Mexico.
Many words and much debate has gone into discussing the proper way to grip an autoloading pistol. Some argue
While the summer heat persists it is hard to believe that a new hunting season is starting again. September 1st marks
It’s not really a coincidence that September was chosen as National Preparedness month since it comes right near the peak
Recently, I took a 3-day weekend and headed out to the deer lease to scout the situation, repair some blinds
While Cheaper Than Dirt! and Julie Golob were discussing the women of USPSA and up-and-coming Junior Shooters, she
Randi Rogers is one of the younger pro-shooters on the circuit today, and don’t let her age fool you, she’s
1) My 10/22 came with a 10-round magazine. Can I get higher capacity magazines?
A: There are many higher capacity magazines
He’s been shooting firearms since the early age of 10 and competed with pistols since the age of 18. He
We all know that firearms require maintenance and cleaning, but how often should you clean your firearms? Some insist that firearms should be cleaned every time they are fired as well as every few months whether they’ve been used or not. Others insist that it is fine to leave your rifle or pistol uncleaned even after multiple trips to the range. Who’s right? The answer is that it depends on the type of firearm, what it is primarily used for, and what ammunition and elements it has been exposed to.
Peter Palma was easily one of the biggest characters on Top Shot. Between his quirky personality, his colorful clip on ties, and his outrageous clothes, he certainly stood out among the other competitors. But when it came to shooting, Peter let his talent do the talking.
Julie Goloski Golob began her shooting career at a young age under the careful tutelage of her father in upstate New York. Always a bit of a daddy’s girl, she soon took to the sport and began participating in matches. She has since rocketed to the top of the sport after proving herself on the US Army Shooting Team, and later again as a sponsored shooter. Julie has long been a role model for Junior Shooters and always takes time to talk to them and encourage their participation in the shooting sports.