More guns, less crime is a common sense matter for most firearms enthusiasts. And in a recent study, there is quantitative evidence backing up the idea guns indeed do curb the most violent of crimes.
After nearly 3 years off the market, many believed Red Label Shotguns were a thing of the past. Nothing could have been further from the truth. Ruger took the smoothbore back to the drawing board and recently the company unveiled the tweaks it made to the well known over-and-under.
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.
This story is a bit nuts, but teaches a good lesson of why it's important not to be squirrely with firearms. Failing to do so cost one Tennessee police officer big. An unadvised armed altercation at a discount store turned out to be a career-ending incident for the long-time law enforcement professional.
Amy Fister is relatively new to competitive shooting, having only picked up the sport in 2010. But the Pennsylvania teen has proven a prodigy with a rifle in her hand, gunning down the NRA’s High Woman Title at Ohio’s Camp Perry.
The SR-762 offers the downrange authority of the .308 cartridge in a two-stage, piston-driven rifle. Ruger says it runs cooler and cleaner than traditional gas-driven AR-style guns.
Josh Poole is a clay buster for certain with the Texas teen setting a pair of skeet shooting records at NSSA Collegiate World Championship.
Gun Digest 2014 has it all: rifles, shotguns, handguns, ammo and more. Editor Jerry Lee gives a sneak peek into the World's Greatest Gun Book.