Kimber Custom Crimson Carry II

Don't let the Kimber Custom Crimson Carry II's good looks fool you. This unusual partnership between two of the industry's giants offers flawless reliability, great looks and laser sighting designed for self-defense.

Charter Arms Crimson Patriot

The Patriot family includes three variations, all built on Charter's well-known Bulldog frame. Common across the line is a six-round cylinder, with the biggest differences between the guns being barrel length and sights.

DPMS Panther Sportical

With the black rifle craze growing faster than a Picatinny rail takes accessories, DPMS has addressed the issue of cost and made it possible for budget-minded shooters to join the fun. The company's Panther Sportical is a carbine-style AR that carries a price tag of just $699.

2011: Will it be Wisconsin's Year?

Will the election of a pro-gun governor lead to concealed-carry liberalization in Wisconsin?

Polymer Pistols for Practical Competitions

Congratulations! You've picked a shooting sport, decided how you want to play the game and now you're wondering "what am I going to shoot with?"

Story of the Year: Election 2010

When lawmakers assume their respective seats as the 2011 legislative sessions are called to order in Washington, DC, and in state capitals across the country in coming weeks, gun owners and shooting enthusiasts will no doubt be watching eagerly to see what results—and changes—the historic 2010 elections will bring forth.

Glock 17

With polymer components, utilitarian boxy profile and lack of external safety, the Glock 17 caused quite a stir when it made its American debut in 1986.

A Case for Corrosive Ammo

The price may be much lower than conventional fodder, but do the disadvantages of corrosive-primed ammo outweigh the benefits?

Colt Match Target M4

Most shooters have a special place in their hearts for a particular brand of model of firearm.

Wait 'til Next Year, Illinois

Illinois House Bill 148 fails to win the required super-majority, to the disappointment of gun owners in the state.

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