Handbook Tool Up

When Aaron Carter and I prepared a reloading seminar at this year's NRA Annual Meetings I figured we'd be lucky to get maybe 30 people to show up. About a week before the event I saw something from the National Shooting Sports Foundation stating fewer than 15 percent of shooters reloaded.

Remembering Bullet Innovator John Nosler

John A. Nosler, inventor of the famed Partition bullet and founder of Nosler, Inc., passed away on October 10 at the age of 97.

How to Run Your AK

The AK-47 and its variants are combat-tough vets and can be formidable self-defense options—with the proper training

Getting in to Practical Shooting

"Top Shot" contestant, blogger, radio host and competitive shooter Caleb Giddings gives advice on how to start in Practical Shooting—a must read for anyone looking to improve their shooting skills.

Ruger Mini 14 Ranch Rifle

Ruger has continued to broaden the Mini-14's appeal through the years with specific models that meet more and more shooters' preferences. Today, regular-production Minis are available in seven distinct variations.

Guncrafter Industries .50 GI Conversion Kit

The shooting sports world is full of clichés and cute little retorts regarding caliber. This is particularly true when it comes to pistol cartridges—9 mm vs. .45 ACP vs. .40 S&W etc.

Want to Shoot Faster? Slow isn't Fast

If you are looking to add speed to your shooting ability, most people advise slowing down in practice. Here's a different take.

Practical vs. Tactical

Competition reinforces many basic skills needed for home defense. However, key differences remain between sport and tactical techniques.

Suppressors Aren't Silencers

In recent weeks, lawmakers in Washington state and Kansas approved legislation allowing the use of sound suppressors in accordance with federal law.

Cheap Shots

If you reload you're already saving money, but you can save even more.

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