There are many elements that make up the internal ballistics of rimfire rifles. Perhaps, one of the more overlooked aspects pertains to the firing pin.
High-end gun safes have been moving for one Oklahoma retailer with his customers shooting for bigger and nicer digs for their firearms.
Here's a little good clean Easter fun. Kirsten Joy Weiss answers the age-old question: Exactly how many Peeps does it take to stop a bullet?
Ruger's classic .22 single-action revolver becomes even more compact with this bird’s head grip version available from Lipsey’s.
Mossberg has won its share of fans with the versatility of its firearms. The handy FLEX system makes it a snap to custom-fit a gun and its now being introduced to a line of .22 rifles.
There is one big barrier in collecting World War II era firearms -- the price tag. But high quality .22 replicas have made stocking your gun safe with the finest guns of the Allies and Axis accessible.
As her college career and national titles attest, Kirsten Joy Weiss is downright deadly with a .22 rifle in her hands. But she is capable of doing more than scoring Xs off the firing line. Weiss' trick shot ability is certain to drop your jaw in these video clips.
One of the key elements of being effective with your concealed carry handgun is building the muscle memory you need to automatically function in a high-stress environment. The other elements include proper mindset and situational awareness, but we will talk about those later. Right now it’s all about practice. Those with a cynical view...
Far from the most powerful, the .22 Long Rifle is arguably the most useful cartridge of all time. It dates to 1857, when Horace Smith and Daniel Wesson came up with a rimfire round while working on a lever-action rifle. That primitive Volcanic rifle would evolve into the Henry, the foundation of Winchester’s 19th...