Taking responsibility for home defense is a serious matter. Here are six new products for 2018 to help in this endeavor.
Here’s a piece-by-piece peek into how AR expert Tiger McKee builds all his guns.
The subject of stopping power is often brought up when discussing defensive caliber and ammo options. But, what does it mean — and how important is it?
Savage bolsters both ends of its MSR 15 line with long-range and pistol additions.
The bullet’s bearing surface — the portion of the bullet that contacts the rifling in the barrel — directly correlates to the amount of pressure generated within your barrel, and it can have a definite effect on accuracy.
Beretta aims its modular pistol line at the concealed market with the introduction of the APX Compact and APX Centurion.
Full-sized pistols have a distinct advantage for training, particularly for beginning shooters.
Winchester’s new Super X4 takes the manufacturer’s already great SX3 and improves upon it, offering a do-all shotgun fit for a number of shooting endeavors.
Competitive Shooting definitely can help advance handgun skills for self-defense, within reason.
Charter Arms goes big, introducing the Bulldog XL in .45 Long Colt and a Mag Pug in .41 Rem. Mag.
Summer's nearly here, no better time to stock up on all the plinking supplies you need to shoot away a hot afternoon.
How laminate stocks went from curiosity to commonplace, changing the shooting world along the way — for the better.
Ruger expands its 10mm revolver selection with the GP100 Match Champion.
While classic 1873 Colt Single-Action Army revolvers are cost prohibitive, there are a number of modern-day replicas that look great, shoot well and are priced affordably.
Springfield has introduced its second production 10mm, the TRP 10mm RMR decked out with a Trijicon reflex sight.
Mossberg rounds out its 590 Shockwave line with a model chambered for the highly manageable and potent .410.
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