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Smith & Wesson Completes Spin-Off of American Outdoor Brands

Smith & Wesson recently announced a completed spin-off of American Outdoor Brands, Inc., which took place on Aug. 24.

Ticker Changes Next Week for American Outdoor Brands

Smith & Wesson is, yet again, on its own as American Outdoor Brands splits into two separate entities.

First Look: LaserLyte Steel Tyme Kit

Maintain essential defensive-shooting skills from home with the LaserLyte Trainer Target Steel Tyme Kit.

5 Handgun Training Tools You Can Use at Home

Can’t get to the range? No problem. The following training aids will keep those essential skills honed from the comfort of home.

10 Tips & Tricks to Enhance Your Home-Defense Shotgun

Who doesn’t love life hacks? these 10 little shotgun tips and tricks will make your favorite shooting hobby easier and more useful.

Must-Have Mounting Gear for Your Rifle Optics

Looking to mount, torque and zero your rifle optics correctly? Here are four must-have products that make scope-mounting easier than ever before.

Crimson Trace Launches 25-25-25 Giveaway & Rebates

In conjunction with its appearance at the NRA Annual Meetings, Crimson Trace is offering consumers an opportunity to win gear and receive a rebate on their orders.

Review: SharpShot EZ-Trainer Target

Looking to build your handgun-handling skills at home? The SharpShot EZ-Trainer is built for at-home drills and dry-fire practice.

American Outdoor Brands Buys LaserLyte

LaserLyte, an Arizona-based producer of laser aiming and training products, has been acquired by AOB. See the details of the purchase here.

I Carry: NAA Ranger II in a DeSantis Pocket Holster

In this week's episode of "I Carry," we look at using a North American Arms Ranger II revolver in a DeSantis holster, along with a few other essential pieces of EDC gear.

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