Designed for explosive performance, CCI's VNT .17 Mach 2 and .22 WMR are designed to put varmints in check.
In the market to buy a suppressor? We give you the NFA history, purchase considerations and top new models to help you hush up your gun.
Find out what makes and models of suppressors are out there and what will best serve your needs.
Thinned down and shortened in the right spots, the McMillan A-10 Stock gives small-framed shooters a tactical option.
Romantic and fast on the hunt, the double rifle nonetheless has its drawback well worth considering before staring down dangerous game.
Remington introduced this medium-capacity rifle cartridge to the marketplace in 1980. The 7mm-08 Remington is based on the .308 Winchester case necked down to 7mm and was loaded with a 140-grain bullet at 2860 fps.
A modular design that allows you to swap fore-ends and buttstocks, Choate's C. Mod. system helps make bolt-action rifles more adaptable.
No other cartridge has captured shooters' imagination in the 21st Century like the 6.5 Creedmoor. And the long-range marvel looks to continue to hit the mark in the future.
A revolutionary new field suture system, ZipStitch replaces needle and thread with zip-tie technology.
Built to bring .30-30 ballistics to the AR platform, the .300 Ham'r is on-target as a modern-day hunting cartridge.
Large and powerful, .300 Magnum cartridge family is popular and growing. But how many do we need?
Even with all the options available to the sporting optics shopper, one major question persists: Which is better, Euro optics or Asian-made optics?
A popular choice for decades in defensive ammunition, Federal Hydra-Shok bullets are now available as a reloading component.
If you plan to get the most out of your handgun, you need to think about what pistol targets will up your game. Here's what you need to know and the ones to look at.
If your planning some trigger time you need to consider what you'll pitch rounds at. Here's everything you need to know about shooting targets and then some.
How much gun do you really need to hunt North America? The 6.5 Creedmoor might very well be the answer.