Are Lever-Actions a Good Choice for Home Defense?

While lever-action shotguns are pretty rare, they are nonetheless worth investigating as a home-defense tool.

Personal Defense with Classic Firearms

Many heirlooms can be pressed into service with a minimal tune-up and a new holster.

I Carry: Smith & Wesson Bodyguard 38 Revolver in a Blue Force Gear Holster

In today's episode of "I Carry," we have a Smith & Wesson M&P Bodyguard 38 revolver in a Blue Force Gear Ultracomp pocket holster, along with several Zeta6 speedloaders.

The FN Model 1910

The 1911 and the Hi Power aren’t the only John Moses Browning designs that have lasted a long time.

3D Printing Takes Off in the Firearm Industry

Firearm components are being created on 3D metal printers, and the pocketbook-friendly small parts can be stronger, held to tighter tolerances and last longer.

Skills Check: Cleaning & Ammo Cycling Drill

How long has it been since you last cleaned and oiled your concealed-carry pistol and cycled out your carry ammo? Here's a good drill to make use of those old rounds.

Classic Guns: The FN-49

The FAL might be the “right arm of the free world,” but there was an FN design before it. Here's a look at the FN-49.

Classic Guns: Bushmaster Arm Pistol

Think AR-15-style pistols are a new innovation? See where this unique product category got its start with the Bushmaster Arm Pistol.

First Look: JM4 Tactical Relic Holster Line

Blending comfortable, malleable leather with molded Boltaron polymer, the JM4 Tactical Relic holster lineup is designed for durability.

Testing the Accuracy of a Mosin-Nagant Sniper Rifle

The Mosin-Nagant sniper rifle was renowned for its use in WWII. Can this Russian relic hold its own in today’s shooting world?

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