Shoulder holsters can be configured to carry handguns vertically (with the muzzle pointing straight up or straight down), horizontally, or at a 45-degree angle. Grant Cunningham explains the pros and cons.
Sometime punching holes into paper isn't enough for a shooter. But livening up trigger time is a snap nowadays, given the incredibly diverse and unique targets available.
One reason cited for the recent ammo shortage was increased buying and hoarding. If you’re one of those people with cases of ammo lining your garage or closet shelves, protect your investment and store your ammo where it will stay dry and ready to access with one of these 3 new options.
Crimping a cartridge is the final step in producing ammunition and it must be done. But the type of crimp used to hold a bullet in place all depends on the type of ammo you're reloading.
Competitive shooters are always looking for an edge in their quest to become top gun. BoomFab aims to give them one with the introduction of its ultralight and resilient titanium bolt carrier, perfect for low-mass systems.
Elzetta has developed a High Output Head that can beef up your tactical flashlight beam to throw a scorching 600 to 900 lumens.
Ambidextrous features are all the rage on guns, but one manufacturer is taking the concept to accessories. Uncle Mike's is now offering a holster designed to work with both righties and lefties.
Among this year’s crop of great gun gear are some new names along with a few familiar faces, all with products designed to make a day at the range or a hunt afield a fun and hassle-free affair. Here are the top 12 that really caught our eye.
There are few better ways to take reloading to the next level than casting your own bullets. And learning how to create your own projectiles has the added bonus of seeing you through tight ammo supplies.