Gun Digest editors pick their favorite gun gear from GunDigestStore.com.
Covering everything from maintenance to functionality, the latest models and all the things you could latch on to their Picatinny rails, plus tips on parts and DIY-ing the ubiquitous AR-15, this is the resource to have.
The Gun Digest Book of Combat Handgunnery contains handgun shooting tips you can take to the range and see immediate results.
If you’re toying with the idea of adding revolvers to your lineup, whether for target fun, a concealed carry backup, or even your main sidearm, then author Grant Cunningham’s Gun Digest Book of the Revolver should be a must-read before you open your wallet.
Combat Focus Shooting Evolution 2010, is considered by many in the know to be the next level in personal protection development.
This special ammo value pack should really please all you brass rats out there.
These old combat handguns are still available, even in the frenzied gun market. This book is your guide to classic pistols that work today, reviewed by the greatest gun writers of all time.
What we like about What’s in Your Bug-Out Bag? is that it came from you, the average person — not some overrated tactical “professional” and definitely not a gas-masked ultra-paranoid on a TV show.
In 1970, gear, training, and gun accessories were superlatively limited compared to what we have today. So, too, were their applications near-sighted. This is nowhere more evidenced than in the tragic shooting deaths of four California Highway Patrolmen in Newhall, California.
In Survival Guns, you’ll get a no-nonsense and logical dissertation of what, why, how, when, and where you should think about the guns that can save you.
The Ultimate Sniper is a superb reference volume every bullet-slinging long-gunner should read.