Since 2008, the National Shooting Sports Foundation's (NSSF) president and CEO has been Steve Sanetti, 63, a self-described “gun nut” who loves shooting and hunting, Sanetti recently talked with GD about NSSF, the SHOT Show and the future of our shooting sports.
An ammo engineer talks about spending 10 years at the drawing board sketching out the new .17 Winchester Super Magnum.
A young gun in Texas builds a reputation for making quality custom rifles. A Gun Digest interview with Jordan King of King's Arsenal.
Country music star Darryl Worley opens up on guns, hunting and preserving our way of life.
Big-bore revolutionary John Linebaugh shares his thoughts on why bigger is better but faster isn’t.
Officials in Florida expected that the total number of Sunshine State concealed carry permit holders would exceed one million by the end of 2012.
Recently, the Student Senate at Texas A&M University passed a measure requesting campus-wide concealed carry. As reported by the student newspaper, The Eagle, "The student senate voted 38-19 to ask A&M university officials and state lawmakers to permit concealed carry license holders to bring handguns inside university buildings."
Louisiana gun rights activists had much to celebrate following our most recent election, as voters approved Amendment Number 2, which required the "strict scrutiny" standard be applied regarding gun laws and the state constitution.
With more and more ammunition makers are going to lead-free bullets, one crime scene investigator is worried that the lack of lead may compromise criminal investigations. “This [move toward lead-free bullets] is a potential game changer,” Michael Knox, a seasoned crime scene investigator based in Jacksonville, Florida, told WKMG TV Orlando. “Right now,...