So you've bought an ammunition reloading kit, good. Your on your way to a rewarding pastime. But your not ready to start churning out ammo yet. You still need to procure a few more tools before you get to building the perfect round.
In general, the least magnification that gives you a clear target image is the best scope magnification. Noted long-range shooting authority Wayne van Zwoll explains why.
The January 27, 2014 issue of Gun Digest the Magazine features a gun review on the Springfield Armory 9mm 1911 Range Officer, Ruger Red Label shotgun, plus AR-15 gun values report, 70 years of Gun Digest and more!
After a year bumping around Europe, the L-A1 is coming to America. And the latest version of Steyr's striker-fired pistol has everything that has made its predecessor popular, along with a few tweaks certain to gain favor with those looking for a full-sized polymer-framed pistol.
When it comes to AR-15s for survival, there is a strong case to be made for standard direct impingement over newer piston-driven AR designs.
Jerry Miculek shows us the proper way to decorate for Christmas using his new toy—the .50 AE Desert Eagle!
One of the most useful rifle shooting aids is also one of the most neglected. That is the use of the loop sling. The support and steadiness it provides, when properly used, is enormous.
If you carry concealed, eventually you'll be tempted to compromise one of these four things. Don't give in—avoid them at all costs.
Redfield use to be the acme in hunting scopes. The brand still has a fine selection in this realm, but has made headway in another shooting niche. The Battlefield line has proved popular enough Redfield is offering a new version of the scope.