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Steiner’s DBAL-A3 Civilian.

Steiner Releases DBAL-A3 Civilian

Given its lasers' classes, the original DBAL-A3 was a tough accessory for civilians to lay hands on. But Steiner is giving every day shooters access to the device with an eye-safe model.

AR-15 DIY Tips.

AR-15 DIY: Winter Work-Over and Upgrade

Every rifle Patrick Sweeney owns has had the following things checked and, if need-be, tended to. It just so happens that winter is the ideal time for these easy AR-15 DIY projects.

Lyman’s Original TargetMan Multi-Target Stand

Eight Ammo-Worthy Targets

There's nothing like a little trigger time to put a smile on your face. Here are some sweet targets to make shooting more fun and improve your skills.

Ruger Gunsite Composite Stock Scout

Ruger Adds New Products to Finish Year

Ruger has already had an impressive year when it comes to new products, but the company isn't slowing down any time soon. It recently added new models to its popular scout rifle line and introduced a drop-in trigger for its iconic rimfire rifle.

CrossBreed's new Speedloader Case, designed by Grant Cunningham.

CrossBreed Adds SpeedLoader Case to Catalog

If anyone knows revolvers it's Grant Cunningham. And the renowned instructor has whipped of a device, now being manufactured by CrossBreed, that makes toting extra ammo for a revolver a snap.

Trijicon has added the option of a green reticle in its versatile Reflex Line of illuminated optics.

Trijicon Adds Green Dot Reticle to Reflex Line

Trijicon's Reflex Line has won accolades for its ease of use and ruggedness. And now the company is expanding the series of illuminated-reticle sights to include a color option known for its low-light capabilities.