The older the better as of late in collectable guns. For one gun show organizer, pre-1900 firearms are like gold and have only gone up in value. World War I and II guns have also been catching the eyes of collectors.
More guns, less crime is a common sense matter for most firearms enthusiasts. And in a recent study, there is quantitative evidence backing up the idea guns indeed do curb the most violent of crimes.
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!
Jerry Miculek shows us the proper way to decorate for Christmas using his new toy—the .50 AE Desert Eagle!
After nearly 3 years off the market, many believed Red Label Shotguns were a thing of the past. Nothing could have been further from the truth. Ruger took the smoothbore back to the drawing board and recently the company unveiled the tweaks it made to the well known over-and-under.
As her college career and national titles attest, Kirsten Joy Weiss is downright deadly with a .22 rifle in her hands. But she is capable of doing more than scoring Xs off the firing line. Weiss' trick shot ability is certain to drop your jaw in these video clips.
Watch these amazing videos of German Hunter Franz Albrecht shooting running boar. He is hunting with the Sauer 202 rifle topped with an Aimpoint optic. Wow!
Retail gun sales can be fickle -- one day ARs are flying off the shelves, the next it's concealed carry handguns. Check out what these retailers had to say about what the market has been demanding of their operations recently.
Ever since tactical and practical shooters began putting glass on rifles to serve as the primary sighting system, they began to search for better ways to back up the optics with iron sights.