Whether mounting it on your home defense weapon, outfitting a SHTF rifle, or building a duty gun, choosing the right optic
Originally published in Insights, NRA’s magazine for young shooters.
What in the world could make a gun worth more than
Perhaps you’ve finally decided to purchase your first firearm, or perhaps you’re simply adding a new gun to your collection.
It’s hard to say where the trend started. Perhaps some Vietnam veteran in the Deep South struggling with a feral hog
Everyone seems to be clamoring to get their hands on this little pistol, yet they’re virtually no where to be found.
Much noise has been made over the past few years about the integration of a multi-caliber AR-style platform
Since the early 1990s, firearm manufacturers have been producing polymer semi-auto pistols in a variety of calibers for both law enforcement and self-defense markets.
There are four main lengths of AR-15 gas systems in use today: Pistol, Carbine, Mid and Rifle. Each one of
Phil Strader got his start with firearms when he first hired on as a police officer in Danville, Virginia.
It’s been around for nearly 100 years and the design is well known as one of John Moses Browning’s finest creations.
There is no firearm more recommended for the new or novice shooter for home defense than the shotgun. Many gun-savvy
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