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.
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.
We've all heard the many reasons for buying a new car—like why buy someone else's headache—but those do not generally apply to firearms.
The only complaint most people have about the IWI Tavor is regarding its inherently poor trigger. That problem is easily solved with the latest drop-in replacement from Geissele Automatics.
The AR’s gas system is perhaps the most misunderstood part of the rifle. Here is everything you need to know about the system that makes your rifle work and how to ensure you get the most from it.
Clearing the unknown area obscured by a corner requires planning and careful technique, whether you are working alone or with a partner.
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.
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.