Beyond the time we spend on static targets and dry fire practice, we need a dose of reality. That means using your defensive firearm in a way that will mimic real life situation to the extent that is reasonable. Is your training up to the task?
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November 11 is Veteran’s Day—and we would like to thank you for your service. The Green Light program is a simple, subtle, but important signal of support to our nation’s veterans and their families. Read how you can show your support.
Jeb Bush recently made an appearance on the The Late Show with Stephen Colbert when the subject of whether there is a national right to gun ownership came up. Bush’s answer may be concerning to many. Read the full story here and decide for yourself.
“I’d Rather be Shot By a ‘Smart Gun’ Than Sell a Smart Gun” — That is a pretty strong statement and one that I am sure will resonate with you. 60 Minutes recently ran a piece investigating ‘Smart Guns’ and opposition against them. You’ll have to watch the video for yourself, but the National Shooting Sports Foundation’s Steve Sanetti, took up the torch with a reasoned response.
SIG Sauer recently introduced .38 Super Auto+P to its line of V-Crown line of ammo—a favorite of competitive shooters. Click to read more about this cartridge and SIG’s loading.
Movement patterns, feeding, activity periods… they are all bust when it comes to the rut. The rules no longer apply—or do they? If you are looking to maximize your days hunting the rut, you need to read this article.
Just because you are in the right does not mean it won’t cost you tens of thousands of dollars to prove it. Where do you draw the line? When do you get involved? Read the full story to see who did it right and who did it wrong.
The Winchester ’94 proved the perfect design for the USA’s first smallbore sporting rifle cartridge. Well over century later, the ’94 in its famous .30-30 cartridge is still a favorite of thousands of shooters and hunters. Here’s the story and modern offerings of this piece of western history.
The Second Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the New York SAFE Act of 2013 on Monday, October 19, 2015. That is bad news for the residents of New York, but it paves a path to a much more serious threat to the Second Amendment. Read the full story for details and the potential danger to your future gun ownership.