Equipping your custom AR-15 .300 Blackout with night vision, you can shop for all the pork you could possibly want.
There's a reason why you need a fast-acquisition optic on your carbine.
Developed in 1970, the AK-74 in 5.45X39mm was the Soviet’s answer to the U.S. Army’s M16 in 5.56mm NATO.
Contrary to public opinion, the Thompson submachine gun was not only used by Prohibition-era gangsters. In fact, the “Tommy Gun” was a favorite among early FBI agents as well.
Uniquely chambered, CMMG's Mk57 line is soft shooting and hard-hitting.
The Mk12 Mod 0 is a heavily customized AR-15 for mid-range sniper use. Here’s how to build your own.
Of all the Henry rifles, these five are the top of the bunch.
The 1860 Henry Rifle is among history's most influential firearms designs and continues to soldier on today.
The AK-12 has improved ergonomics and modularity over the AKM, AK-74 and AK-74M.
Custom guns are beautiful to behold, but they might also be one of the best firearm investments. Here’s why.
Economical, effective and just plain powerful, the Henry .45-70 is the epitome of a modern big-bore lever-action.
Like day and night, the AR-15 and AK-47 were designed for different purposes and achieve their ends disparately. Which one is right for you?
Affordable, classic and a performer, the Henry Big Boy is top of the heap when it comes to pistol-caliber carbines and rifles.
It's difficult to define where regular cartridges end and magnums begin.
Shooting’s new super sport: extreme long-range shooting
Mossberg shoots to improve AR accuracy with the release of the economical JM Pro Adjustable Match Trigger.