It’s back! The modular SIG Pro SP2022 returns to SIG’s domestic line of defensive firearms.
Doubtless as soon as the first firearm was perfected, the search began for a way to make rapid successive shots
3-Gun Shooter Patrick Kelley is well known as one of the most respected shooters on the 3-gun circuit. Both humble
It seems inevitable: if it’s got a Picatinny rail on it, there is an innate desire to hang any number
Former Olympic hopeful Travis Marsh saw a chance to redeem is lost chance at glory when he first saw the
Ammunition availability is something all experienced shooters consider when purchasing a new firearm. For many shooters, choosing a firearm chambered
Austrian training firearm manufacturer ISSC made the generous donation of the ModernSportingRifle.com and .org website domains to the National Shooting
In a world where autoloading handguns and rifles are the most common type of personal firearm, I’m constantly amazed at
Over at Gun Nuts, we’re talking about how the 1911 may not be the best choice for someone looking for
It’s probably the most popular military surplus rifle on the market today. Ammunition for it is cheap and plentiful, and
As discussed in the past, one of the drawbacks to having a .380 pocket pistol is the small grip. Because
Every year, Cheaper Than Dirt! sends a team of buyers to the SHOT Show to scour the show floor and
Having trouble installing or using your new three-point tactical sling?
Take a look at our new video on exactly how
In 1963, Gaston Glock founded a plastics company near Vienna Austria. His moderately successful company primarily manufactured plastic curtain rod
The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) responded today to the ATF study on the “sporting use” of imported shotguns.
For many shooters, figuring out the ballistics of their rounds is akin to some arcane form of black magic. There
Following a study released last week by the ATF on the legality of importing shotguns with “non-sporting” features, many shooters and sportsmen expressed outrage. Following the release of that study, the ATF has opened up a 30-day comment period for feedback on its proposed ban on the importation of shotguns with certain “non-sporting features.”