Everyone wants a Ruger 10/22, has the 10/22, or wants another! This is one of the greatest all around rifles in the world. A great trainer, a good small game rifle and even a survival gun, the Ruger is quite a rifle.
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I don’t like it when people tell me what to do or what I should buy either, so I created a list of the top 12 smallest, best concealable semiautomatic handguns based on reader’s choice, rather than editor’s choice. Did your favorite make the list?
The secret to PowerStrike is its High Energy Transfer (H.E.T.) technology. PowerStrike is a Lead-Free powder metal High Energy Transfer (H.E.T.) round designed to create controlled penetrating fragmentation in soft targets. It is excellent for hunting small, large and dangerous game as it can penetrate thick bone and hide. For tactical applications, it can penetrate light barriers to reach the target while still fragmenting inside the target. Read the full review.
There are a ton of packs on the market today, but the Rush Moab 10 pack delivers something a bit different and unique to those looking for an extremely useful sized 1- to 3-day pack. Concealed carry? No problem.
Magpul gear is a favorite of every AR shooter and owner. The MS1 sling is an affordable option that might just make you ditch all your other slings. Here is why…
Spice up your training or make your time at the range more engaging and exciting with a reactive target. Reactive targets will take a boring range session and transform it for instant feedback during training and more fun than a new shooter ever imagined!
Why does one particular Shooter’s Log writer keeping calling the Springfield XD “the best of the worst?” Find out why in this extended “review” of what Springfield Armory could do to make the XD series the perfect pistol.
Still going strong after nearly 100 years the .270 Winchester has been called the Rifleman’s Cartridge. This is a difficult moniker to argue against. Read more to find out why.
What do you learn after carrying the Glock 19 everyday for years—a total of about 5,000 hours? A lot! Read the lessons one particular writer learned from carrying the Glock 19, including the best holster and belt and how to carry spare ammo.