Sure, rarity can drive the price of a firearm, but it's not the only factor in making a gun desirable. Condition goes a long way in determining gun values. The better a gun's shape the heftier its price tag.
Wondering what firearms are setting the market on fire? Handguns -- both revolvers and pistols -- have been a hot ticket as of late. Some discontinued models have made a jump in value, demanding Blue Book prices or better.
Shooters across the country have been hoping and praying for an end to the ammunition shortage. But in some corners of America cartridges, bullets and reloading supplies continue to be the hot ticket among buyers.
When it comes to concealed carry handguns, semi-auto pistols aren't the only models flying off the shelves. In some parts of the country, there is a big demand for defensive revolvers, as well.
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.
Making shots out to 500-yards on a consistent basis is easy as pulling the trigger with Remington's new shooting system. The hi-tech 2020 Networked Tracking Scope gives almost any shooter the tools to make some of the trickiest long-range shots.
Hunting hogs with slugs requires broad versatility and absolute dependability. Enter Mossberg.
The two best things about owning an AR-style rifle: Shooting it and customizing it. Here are 5 accessory ideas to upgrade yours.
Tim Abell breaks many stereotypes we have about actors as he talks about his experience in the Army, his love of guns and passion for hunting in this Gun Digest interview.