From 9mm to 460 magnum, Smith & Wesson has a bunch of new handguns for 2014 plus AR-style rifles available for shooters of all kinds. Jerry Miculek gives a tour at this year's SHOT Show.
A letter that hit the internet earlier this week appears to be correct in verbiage, Connecticut gun owners who register their "assault weapons" and "high-capacity magazines" late will be forced to dispose of them or face criminal action. Keep up with the evolving story here.
Dick Cabela, founder of Cabela's retail empire has passed away at the age of 77.
This in-depth study of the 1970 Newhall shooting that left four officers dead offers detailed analysis of the tactics and procedures used by both officers and criminals in the fight, along with diagrams, never-before-seen images of the crime scene and evidence that has never been previously released or discussed.
Kimber has upped its game with the new Kimber Tactical II SOC (Special Operations Capable) Rifle. It features a proprietary aluminum side-folding stock with integral 1913 MIL-STD rail, along with a second rail for secure attachment of optics and accessories.
President Obama continues to be the best gun salesman in U.S. history, with new statistics released by the FBI showing gun sales shattering previous records.
Retail gun sales can be fickle -- one day ARs are flying off the shelves, the next it's concealed carry handguns. Check out what these retailers had to say about what the market has been demanding of their operations recently.
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.
Stop beating yourself up. New reduced recoil ammunition from Hornady joins other popular offerings from Remington and Federal to make shooting fun. In fact, even lightweights like me can handle it.