Recently, the topic of cheap guns came up and led to some spirited discussion. I took a hard look at…Read More >
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The shotgun is often touted as the “end-all, beat-all” for home defense. I am not going to tell you that…Read More >
When it comes to shotguns for self-defense, the old adage, “I’d rather have more ammo and not need it, than need the ammo and not have it.” can be liberally applied. The DP-12, with its 16-round capacity raised the bar, but manufacturers are again pushing the limits with magazine-fed shotguns and capacities reaching 25 shells. Here are our top high-capacity shotguns for 2018.
For the past 50 years, I have always had some type of 12 gauge shotgun. My first shotgun was a…Read More >
Guns, Guns, and more Guns! Taurus has a new .22 LR target pistol that rocked the range. If you liked, Maxim Defense’s CQB stocked, you are about to blown away with the PDX! Beyond some of the finest ammunition on the market, Hornady is owning the security segment—and for good reason. Check out all of these offerings and more in The Shooter’s Log’s latest SHOT Show coverage.
The single stack 9mm market consists of the Glock 43 9mm, Springfield XD, and Smith and Wesson Shield, and similar pistols. A new player has introduced a pistol based on sound engineering that just might be the best pistol for your use. Mossberg isn’t a new maker, but it is a new maker in the compact 9mm market. This is Mossberg’s first handgun in nearly 100 years.
In many households across the country, there will be a new hunter ready to go afield this season. Before that happens, your youngster will need his or her own shotgun that has been selected and properly fit to ensure their best chances for success. Here is your how to guide of tips and tops picks.
There was little doubt that 2018 is going to be a gun worthy year. Savage Arms alone launched about 100 new models. Weatherby announced that is is done with California and plans to pull up stakes and set roots in the gun-friendly state of Wyoming—and then the guns…
The arguments over firing the shotgun by feel and handling versus aiming are many but the bottom line is this, both techniques should be used. A moving target demands fast action and swinging and firing by feel. A stationary target at longer range demands strict use of the sights.
The Mossberg MVP is a light rifle with a fluted barrel, flat-bottom forend, smooth bolt action and generous magazine capacity. It was designed as a sporting rifle for popping varmints, crows, predators and other types of small game, and related to the Mossberg Patrol rifle, a similar bolt action designed for law enforcement.