The very first .357 Magnum is still first in the hearts and minds of many advocates of that caliber. This milestone revolver continues to morph into the future. In Part II of this excerpt from Massad Ayoob’s Greatest Handguns of the World, the author looks at the history of the .357 magnum.
A group of retired U.S. Park Service employees is warning that visitors at national parks will soon be seeing handguns and rifles at the nation’s parks because of a law sponsored by Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Muskogee, last year.
Cowboy action shooting is here to stay. Before you put on a 10-gallon hat, be sure to check out the Feb. 15, 2010 issue of Gun Digest.
The new Burris Eliminator laser rangefinding riflescope integrates easily-programmable and customizeable automatic trajectory compensation with built-in rangefinding capability.
2/7/10 Gun Rights: Capitalizing on the state’s higher-than-average crime rates, the Maryland General Assembly is once again seeking passage of an ‘assault weapons’ ban that does little more than regulate the people who actually abide by those laws.
2/8/10 Gun Rights: On Wednesday, Delegate David Walker, D-Clay, introduced at WVCDL’s request House Bill 4235, which eliminates the requirement of a license to carry a concealed weapon.
The Gun Digest staff is scoping out the best gun-related tweets so you don’t have to. Here’s our top gun tweet picks as we kick off February 2010.
Government cites Constitution in demanding dismissal of gun challenge.
Will Alaska be the next state to pass a law that says the feds can’t regulate firearms and accessories manufactured and sold within state borders?
Gun dealers say a continued ammo shortage is affecting the sale of certain gun models. Ammunition for 9mm and .380 weapons are becoming scarce and when you can find it, the price has gone through the roof.