Reloading for personal defense can be a testing process, but a rewarding one. You'll sleep better at night knowing you have created ammunition you can bet your life on.
Reflex sights continue to grow in popularity for a simple reason, they work. And Sightmark's new reflex sight looks to have all the bells and whistles shooters are looking for in the handy optic.
To err is human, and that goes for precision-minded folks like reloaders, too. However, when things go awry at the reloading bench there are ways to rectify the situation.
Night Optics has offered shooters night vision solutions for going on two decades. And recently, the California company has introduced two new optics covering a wide spectrum of applications.
Monometal bullets can offer shooters top-notch performance, especially for hunting. But the futuristic projectiles challenge reloaders, given their unique characteristics.
SecureIt Tactical has introduced a new gun safe to the civilian market – the MILSPEC Safe. The selling-point of the vault, its innovative interior that offers superb firearms organization.
Brass cases are the one component that is reusable in the reloading process. But like all good things, these have an eventual end. Here is an explanation of the damages to look for and what to do when they're found.
Steel targets are a blast, but without a plot of land can be an impractical option. The Dura-Steel line, however, makes moving around and storing these durable targets a snap.
The interest in suppressors continues to grow and now has crossed over to the shotgun world. The Salvo 12 aims to be a suppressor for the masses with SilencerCo touting it as the first commercially-viable shotgun suppressor.