Long range shooting for beginners

Long Range Shooting For Beginners

Shooting long range has been described as “weaponized math,” and for good reason…

Having The Goods In The Woods

The world has always been a dangerous place and that has escalated during the COVID pandemic. Fewer people are working and more people are venturing into the great outdoors.

First Look: Rock River Arms ATH Rifle

A new AR-15 that’s designed for the great outdoors.

First Look: Primary Arms FFP 4-16x44 Riflescopes

A new line of entry-level, long-range optics with some great features.

Gear Up: IWI US Tavor SAR Accessories

The original Tavor is likely the best-selling bullpup of all time, and as a result, a robust aftermarket exists for parts to improve upon the base design.

Henry Repeating Arms Raises $36K In Memory of Childhood Cancer Victim

Sales of Henry Golden Boy rifles help a family who lost a daughter to cancer.

Fightin' Iron: Good, Better, Best

Moviegoers of 1950 enjoyed a motion picture with a unique plot twist. Rather than a tale of the trials and tribulations of a hero, we were treated to the travels and transfers of a gun. A big-budget Western starring Jimmy Stewart leading a large cast of well-known actors, “Winchester ’73” treated the gun as though it were a character. Its behavior (accuracy) established in the opening scene, succeeding scenes showed the gun used and misused, bought and sold, as it moved from owner to owner. An interesting story and well told, the film was fictional—the gun was not. 

TriStar American Classic II 1911 Review

I’ve always been a fan of the 1911. My grandfather had a six-digit serial number Colt 1911 from 1917, complete with the U.S. GI leather pouch with steel belt clip, that I would gawk at pretty much every time I went to visit.

First Look: GForce Arms GF9 Equalizer Pistol

A new American-made pistol with many desirable features.

2022 New Optics Guide

Optics are an increasingly vital part of more and more firearms, from traditional rifles to MSRs to shotguns and even ultracompact, concealed-carry handguns. With few exceptions, however, nearly every optic is made overseas, and every manufacturer uses at least one or two components of foreign origin. 

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