With an ever-increasing sea of new products available in the greater tactical market, Plano is doubling down to offer consumers more specialized tactical storage cases for firearms, ammunition and accessories than ever before.
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I just finished reading an article about a Mexican hitman who claims to have killed over 30 people. In the article, he talked about kidnapping people, torturing, and eventually killing them—usually with a gun. While there’s no saying if this interview was legit, this quote did jump out at me: “Each kidnapping starts with locating the target. The best place is at a home, early in the morning—when everyone is asleep.”
Follow these tips from hunter and competitive shooter, Rich Yoder, for a safe and uneventful trip with your firearms.
Hard cases are the way to go for some situations, but they are not the only case or the base case in others.
Looking for a gift for the gun enthusiast that has everything? The Hyskore Six Gun Storage Rack is the perfect gift
A safe, strongbox, coffer, vault, trap, hidey-hole—you can call it what you like, but essentially you’ll be describing a secure box used for securing valuable objects against damage from fire.
This post is an updated version of the March 27, 2014 post titled Have Gun Will Travel… Transporting Your Handgun Across the United States.
There are times when a bombproof container is necessary to protect your firearms from the elements and other times when
Your children’s lives are priceless. Securing your firearm from curious little fingers is necessary for gun owners. In some states,
When I was a young man, the average living room or den featured a wooden gun cabinet, the stores had racks and safes were unheard of. That quickly changed, and today it would be foolish indeed to rely on a gun cabinet. There is little security. In fact, gun cabinets are not really secure, even from children.
Not all storage containers are created equal. Although there are many storage containers on the market that can be used in a variety of applications, most have some type of limitation.
If you have finished hunting for the season, do not just put your rifle in the gun safe until next year without treating it first. Without preparing your rifle for storage properly, you may damage it. In nine easy steps, you can preserve your gun for the months it sits, untouched, until the next hunting season begins.
Part of being a responsible gun owner is securing your firearms from people who are not authorized to use them, criminals and children being your top priorities.
The average ammo can, whether new or military surplus, usually holds .50 caliber ammunition and averages close to the same
So you’re going to exercise your Second Amendment rights? Good for you! You’re joining a huge list of Americans who choose to empower themselves with the best tools available. However, one problem you might be having right now is trying to decide which gun to buy.
Even though I’m not a huge fan of off-body carry, as a girly girl who loves fashion, I do sometimes sacrifice my holster for a cute outfit.
In our first post in this series we discussed new gun ownership basics. In this post we’ll talk about care and maintenance.
You did your research, you rented plenty of guns at your local range, saved your money and finally made your first handgun purchase. Now that you have it home, you might feel slightly lost as what to do next. The first thing you must do as a gun owner is learn and follow the four basic rules of gun safety—not only at the gun range, but in your home, as well.