Gun manufacturers continue to release new concealed carry guns for armed citizens. Here's a look at some of the latest offerings.
Now is a great time to add an AR-15 optic to your rifle or carbine. In Part I, Muramatsu looks at the latest in red dot scopes for ARs.
Most factory handgun sights are all right, until the lights get dimmed. From then on tritium sights reign supreme.
From concealed carry handguns, to dedicated target blasters, to exquisite show pieces for the gun collector, there is something for every handgunner in this semi-auto handgun gallery from Gun Digest 2015.
Searching for a way to squeeze more accuracy out of your AR-15? A trigger upgrade is a safe bet and it's never been easier than with the modular trigger units presently available on the market.
The Boberg XR9-S looks kind of funny. The ejection port is situated rearward and the magazine looks backwards. But when you understand how it works, you realize this thing is the ideal concealed carry handgun.
The author builds an AR from parts to be used in CMP competition.
There are two schools of thought on the M-1 Carbine. Neither involves lots of work on the gun. While the Carbine been denigrated for lack of stopping power, inaccuracy, and an anthropomorphic lack of small round things, it has a lot going for it and, yes, it can even be improved.
Muramatsu reviews the small tools a gunsmith needs in part 1 of the series.