If “striker-fired” and “affordable” don’t evoke Heckler & Koch to you, try the more familiar “excellent,” because it, too, describes the new VP9 semi-auto pistol.
After a decade of waiting, a civilian-legal version of the Israel Defense Forces’ standard-issue rifle is finally available in the U.S., and the Tavor SAR may be the ultimate home-defense rifle.
The AR-15 may be America's rifle, but left-handed shooters have traditionally had slimmer pickings. Oleg Volk reviews and compares the Stag Arms STAG-15L, the Faxon Firearms ARAK21 and the Rock River Arms LAR-15LH, three AR-15-pattern rifles engineered for left-handed shooters.
At the first annual Trijicon World Shooting Championship, held at Peacemaker National Training Center, more than 150 professional, amateur and youth shooters gathered to engage in 12 different shooting competitions to determine who really is the best overall shooter.
Our Handgun Editor gets trigger time with the newest—and smallest—member of Smith & Wesson’s M&P semi-auto pistol family.
There's a good case to be made for having a 9 mm AR-15-pattern rifle in the armory for training purposes.
NRA News Commentator and “Top Shot” champion Chris Cheng discusses Volquartsen Custom’s line of .22 LR match-grade pistols, rifles and components. He believes the upgrades are worth it, and as with most things in life, you get what you pay for.
NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre accepts the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and challenges some folks you might have heard of...
When traveling in an unfamiliar city outside of your normal routine, especially in a different state with potentially different laws, there are steps you can take to improve your safety and enjoy your trip.
California's ban on lead ammunition is having repercussions in the hunting community, as the true cost of the ban starts to become known.