Many people are confused when purchasing a suppressor because they assume a suppressor’s caliber has to match the weapon’s caliber. In reality, you don’t necessarily care about caliber with suppressors.
Browning is sure to make some waves this year with a new team of time-tested designs that are each as popular today as they’ve ever been. The 1911 pistol and .380 ACP, both original designs of John M. Browning, will work together as shown in this Browning 1911-380 review.
The need for a bipod becomes all too evident in the field when squeezing off a shot at 100 yards or more. Today’s models are ultra-versatile and utilitarian.
When it comes to home defense in Washington State, AR pistols have been consumer favorites, along with some of the more popular lines of traditional pistols.
Shooting to take the best from the AR and AK platforms and marrying them, CMMG's new rifle appears to be a real beast. But more important than just being innovative, the Mutant also proves to be functional.
Steiner has added a good share of new optics to its catalog for 2015. Here are three innovative additions that appear ready to get shooters on target.
Many shooters express concerns with POI, or Point of Impact, shift when using a suppressor. Unfortunately, a lot of people aren’t 100 percent sure what that is, even though it’s a very simple concept.
At the heart of the Scout Rifle concept is versatility; it's meant to be adept at personal defense and putting meat on the table. But Savage has taken the Scout's flexibility in a different direction with one of its newest rifles
SIG Sauer is taking its first foray into rifle ammunition with the introduction of a subsonic 300 Blackout round. But cartridge is just the start of the company feeding long guns, with more rifle ammo planned for release this year.