Even when you can't get to the range, even when you don't feel like dry-firing for the umpteenth time, there are ways to train to prepare yourself.
There are subtle differences between double-action-only and striker-fired semi-automatic handguns.
Something we don't often think about is how to respond to medical emergencies while on the shooting range. Paramedic Kelly Grayson offers some potentially life-saving tips and ideas on how to best handle a bad situation on the range.
How do you train new shooters in the absence of a local shooting range? Detroit instructor Rick Ector faces this challenge on a regular basis.
Looking to swap the fixed-stock on your AR-15-style rifle for an adjustable one? Take a tip or two from our Rifle Editor Steve Adelmann, who knows a thing or two about the AR-15.
Want to try out a bullpup shotgun, but can't find a KSG or UTS-15 in stock? Never fear, your trusty 870 can fill the niche just fine.
Kelly Grayson, the blogger known as Ambulance Driver, describes his experiences in choosing a firearm for his significant other. And explains why he carries a .38 Spl. revolver with pink grips.
Shooting at long range involves keeping track of many factors, including environmentals. Kestrel has a mobile app for that.
Our intrepid correspondent captured some arresting images of those who will survive the zombie apocalypse.
By selecting the right aftermarket gear, you can change a dust-collecting and old hunting rifle into a modern-day diva.
Forget late-winter skiing. If you want real fun, huff a big rifle up a snowy mountainside.