In this video, Kirk Evans, president of Texas Law Shield and U.S. Law Shield, goes over the civil implications of
Posts Tagged ‘Firearms’
In light of recent global events, more people than ever are considering arming themselves for self-defense. From 2011 to 2013,
I am finally getting around to projects I have been anticipating for several years. One of these was putting together
Well known for offering quality cowboy guns and period reproductions of famous firearms, Cimarron of Fredericksburg, Texas has developed an
The inexpensive handgun market is crowded and, by and large, you get what you pay for. The first consideration is reliability.
A reliable handgun at a fair price requires research and understanding of the manufacturing process in order to obtain the correct handgun for your needs.
Trying to determine the best survival gun is a Herculean task I would not wish on the wisest of gun writers
The just-released Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) 2015 Firearms Commerce in the United States Annual Statistical Update shows
Are you a member of a private, or open gun range or do you have your own gun range? If you shoot regularly at a primitive gun range—one without shelter, a clubhouse or designated shooting bays—there are ways to make your day at the range safer and more comfortable with these five tips.
A guest post written by Eve Flanigan.
Stag Arms is one of the few manufacturers offering a left-hand oriented AR-15. This gun has been around for
Shooters who like historical firearms will want to check out the new Winchester Repeating Arms’ Model 1873 Sporter Octagon
Springfield Armory is introducing a Flat Dark Earth (FDE) color-tone variant in several categories, starting with the M1A Loaded