Few firearms have the relationship with an American holiday like the blunderbuss has with Thanksgiving. In celebration of the season here are five videos running over the history of the blunderbuss and, of course, showing it in action.
The Model 1911 is perhaps one of the world's most popular pistols, having earned its stripes in some of the most brutal conflicts of the 20th Century. Now one manufacturer has introduced ammunition specifically tailored for top performance in the historic handgun.
Firearms transportation can be a pain, especially when you're trying to cut a low-profile. But with these inconspicuous bags manufactured by BLACKHAWK! nobody will ever know you're toting your gun, even in the most delicate situations.
It has not taken long for the shooting world to embrace the .300 AAC Blackout. Demand has been great enough that one bullet manufacturer is upping its game, offering a heavier Blackout option.
Ever been curious as to what pro shooters must have when they compete? Here's your shot to find out! A top 3-Gun shooter gives us a glimpse at what he totes along when he competes in one of shooting's most demanding sports.
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.
What does the future of firearms manufacturing look like? If this video clip is any indication, 3D printing has the potential to play a large role. A company recently produced what it claims is the first printed metal gun, a .45 ACP 1911 that shoots pretty dang well.
Too much ammunition, it’s a problem most shooters wished they had. This especially goes for owners of the VERSA MAX Shotgun. Mesa Tactical has a solution to keep Remington's hungry smoothbore well fed, expanding its shell carrying system to be mounted on the semi-automatic.