Since 1961, the O.F. (Oscar Frederick) Mossberg company has sold more than 11 million of its Model 500 pump-action shotguns, making it the most popular shotgun of all time, if not one of the most sold guns in any category, period.
While the hot-as-magma market for guns and ammunition has dominated the news, optics are also selling at a record pace. Fortunately, optics manufacturers have been able to develop and introduce a dizzying array of new products, including line enhancements, feature-rich budget options and technological marvels that were once unaffordable to anyone not named Bezos, but are now approaching price points where many shooters can make use of them. Whatever your needs or budget, we’ve got several binoculars and spotting scopes to fit your needs.
Sturm, Ruger & Co. is coming out with a left-handed version of the company's 10/22 Competition rifle.
When he made the point, my buddy was speaking from a position of strength. Chuck Karwan—West Point graduate, champion heavyweight wrestler, combat platoon leader, Green Beret, outdoorsman, gunwriter—was a bear of a guy. He had an encyclopedic knowledge of firearms of all sorts. Karwan was particularly fond of digging into the development of handguns; sights, systems, breeching, etc.; from Paterson to present.
In today's episode of "I Carry," we have the brand-new Kimber R7 Mako micro-9 mm double-stack pistol carried in a Mission First Tactical holster and equipped with a Crimson Trace CTS-1500 red-dot sight.
The following products will make your Mossberg 500/590-pattern shotgun better suited to home defense.
Bushnell recently introduced two new riflescopes for the Elite Tactical lineup, the DMR3 and XRS3, that are designed to meet the demands of law enforcement and military professionals, as well as long-range and precision rimfire competitions.