We covered some of Mossberg’s new products in the SHOT 2015 special rifle edition; but here’s a
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We covered several of Mossberg’s new products in our SHOT Show special editions, with our initial rifle coverage here. The company
In the 2008 presidential election, after President Obama defeated Senator John McCain, AR-15 rifles were fetching upwards of $3,000. Do you know
Hunting is a wonderful pursuit. There are places where the hills rise and run wild and woods where an axe
When it comes to smash, the more, the better. I prefer a big-bore handgun, and for hunting thin-skinned
A few individual firearms encompassing three of the four major mechanical classifications—shotguns, rifles, and pistols—have generated intense interest among Shooter’s Log readers. To whet that appetite for knowledge, here are the top 10 articles in which we’ve reviewed a specific firearm model that the Chronicle community wants to know more about.
Cheaper Than Dirt! staffers covering the 2014 SHOT Show in Las Vegas have filed their final day of reports on new rifle introductions from the show, and this edition includes coverage of major makers such as Mossberg, Remington and Ruger.
For those of you who don’t know, Duck Commander is the name of the company owned by the famed Robertson family of A&E’s entertaining hit “reality” show, Duck Dynasty. For those of you only familiar with the names Duck Commander and Buck Commander—hey! Did you know that those guys got really, really famous? Willie, Phil, Jase and Co. were known to sport Benelli shotguns, but just recently, they have partnered with Mossberg to release a series of co-branded firearms.
Cheaper Than Dirt! staffers covering the 2014 SHOT Show in Las Vegas have filed their first reports on new handguns introduced at the show. Manufacturers are offering an interesting mix of new handguns this year, running the gamut from several .22 rimfire models through dedicated competition guns.
Cheaper Than Dirt! staffers covering the 2014 SHOT Show in Las Vegas have filed their first reports on new shotguns introduced at the show. Based on what we’re seeing, consumers will see a full spectrum of new shotguns in 2014.
Shotguns may not have the glamour of highly accessorized platforms such as the AR-15, AK family, and semi-auto pistols, but Chronicle readers know that a good scattergun can do a lot of jobs, from defending the home to putting doves on the grill. Here are the top-10 Shooter’s Log articles covering shotguns in their various forms and functions:
My summary on SHOT 2013 in one word would be-yawn. However, there are a couple of items that have struck me as both original, practical and have a real world use. Last years winner, in my opinion, the Mossberg Flex shotguns. Now they have done it again with the Flex MVP bolt-action rifles.
Reports are rolling in from Cheaper Than Dirt! staffers at SHOT Show 2013 in Las Vegas covering new shotguns introduced at the event.
Most individuals who buy firearms from us intend to use them for home or personal defense. More and more Americans are crossing the invisible line in deciding to exercise their Second Amendment right to own a firearm. With first-time gun ownership on the rise, it’s no surprise that many shoppers don’t want to dump two months worth of paychecks on their weapon of choice.
As the suburbs continue to encroach on deer habitat, game departments have become more restrictive about which bang sticks hunters may use when hunting in the deer woods. Whether you are looking to extend your season beyond archery and muzzleloader, or if sticks and strings and front stuffers are simply not what you are looking for, buying a slug gun does not have to break the bank.
Inspired by an article in Shooting Industry magazine, I started exploring all the lesser-known handguns, rifles, and shotguns that
If you have been shopping around for an AR-15, but are not sure if you are ready to drop that large chunk of cash on one just yet, I understand how you feel. Practicality dictates that spending a large sum of money on anything takes careful consideration and research. If you are like me, you spend hours trolling the Internet to read reviews, learn the product benefits, drawbacks and features. You do all this while counting your pennies and explaining to the missus why you cannot live without whatever gadget, gun, tool or gizmo some manufacturer recently released.