With company's first foray into the full-sized striker-fired pistol market, Beretta is shooting at more than the consumer market. The gun maker looks to score a bull's eye as the U.S. Army's sidearm.
After around 100 years of service with the Canadian Military, the Lee-Enfield is being sidelined. However, the venerable and battle-tested rifle looks being replaced with another bolt-action.
Walther's line of tactical rimfires offers shooters some tacticool in their plinkers. And it has gotten a bit bigger recently with the addition of the Bundeswehr’s current battle rifle.
Competitive shooters look for any edge to shave time or group tighter. And Armalite intends to give this spirited group of gun enthusiast a leg up with it new 3-Gun Series of AR-15 and AR-10 rifles.
Ever wondered how a silencer works? Well, SilencerCo and the American Suppressor Association give you a good idea with this animated graphic of the operation of the firearm accessory.
Many people are confused when purchasing a suppressor because they assume a suppressor’s caliber has to match the weapon’s caliber. In reality, you don’t necessarily care about caliber with suppressors.
As will happen when there is a ton of new products hitting the market, a few fly under the radar. Such was the case with this year's SHOT Show. So we've rounded up a few of the firearms that got away after their introduction a month ago.
Rock Island Auction is shooting for the stars in 2015, with one of the company's largest events upcoming. Check out some of the rare and historic handguns and rifle that will be crossing the block.
Escort has a shotgun for nearly every application and now is offering its first walnut stocked pump-action model to the American market.