Whether you're a tenderfoot or an old cowhand, Cowboy Action Shooting has plenty to offer. The fast-moving competition combines the skill of 3-gun shoots and the rich history of the Wild West. Kick up your boots and take a gander at what it takes to be quick on the draw.
Never heard of the mighty Tingle .44 blackpowder magnum revolver? Welcome to the club. Predating Ruger's Old Army .44 by more than a decade, the Tingle .44 blackpowder is all but forgotten today.
For a beginning muzzleloader, the Optima Pro makes a good impression in the field.
Harvester Muzzleloading has expanded its popular line of Crush Rib muzzleloader sabots to include a new .50x.40 version that lets shooters and hunters enjoy the high velocity and low recoil of lighter, smaller-diameter .400-inch bullets.
A new report compares the ballistics and maximum effective range of modern in-line ignition muzzleloaders vs. that of centerfire rifles and traditional flintlock and percussion muzzleloaders.
Knight Rifles introduces the Shadow muzzleloader, an ergonomically designed smokepole that's easy to use and clean.
Western Powders introduces Blackhorn 209, a user-friendly powder that produces velocities faster than 2,000 feet per second with some saboted bullets.