Shoot United

Shoot United Event Draws Capacity Crowd

Winchester Ammunition gave dozens of people a chance to fire their first shots.

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. 

Ammo Supply Remains Tight

More and more new gun owners continue to drive the demand for more and more ammo.

Shotguns: What’s New In 2022

Although I tend to believe being well trained with any shotgun is better than being untrained with the best one, why not be well trained with a great gun? To that end, here are a few defensive shotguns for all tastes, and all-new for 2022.

308 Based Cartridges

The popularity of the AR-15 and .223/5.56 has eclipsed the popularity of the AR-10 and the utility of .308 based cartridges.

DoD Awards Winchester Ammunition $51 Million Contract

This is in addition to their original contract to manufacture 5.56 NATO, 7.62 NATO and .50 BMG cartridges.

Winchester Awarded $15 Million NGSW Ammo Facility Design Contract

Winchester was recently awarded a $15 million NGSW ammo facility design contract.

Winchester Awarded U.S. Army Pistol Ammo Contract

Agreement includes producing 9mm, .38 Special and .45 ACP cartridges.

New Shotguns for 2022

The shotgun brings a lot to the table when it comes to home defense or personal protection. Here's some of the best new scatterguns for 2022.

Downsized Defense

When advising others on the perfect gun for home defense, it’s become fairly en vogue these days for well-intentioned folks to say: “Just get a 20-gauge. It’s smaller than a 12-gauge, lighter, recoils less and it’s all you need.”

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