The new "Gun Digest Book of the Revolver" by Grant Cunningham is in, and whether you use your revolver for sport, hunting, competition or self-defense, there's something in it for you.
After 139 years Wisconsin residents can once again legally carry concealed weapons for personal defense. Gun Digest is commemorating this day with a special store discount on concealed carry items, good through November 10, 2011.
The Wisconsin Department of Justice has announced that it will recognize concealed carry permits and licenses from 25 states, and Washington’s is among them.
Just in time for the gift-giving season, we're giving away a "Great Guns 2012 Daily Calendar" to two lucky winners!
Unfortunately, DOJ has chosen to overstep its authority by imposing conditions on prospective concealed weapons license applicants that the legislature never adopted or intended. As part of the Executive Branch of state government, DOJ’s role is to faithfully implement the laws adopted by the legislature, not dramatically change them.
Rudy Nyman of the Appleton Police Department discusses the implementation of Wisconsin's new concealed carry law.
Ask virtually any handgun enthusiast to describe a Glock pistol and you’ll invariably hear words such as simple, reliable, and rugged. With Glock's insatiable quest for perfection, the Gen 4 redesign acheived what we all thought was impossible: An improvement on that legendary perfection.
Since the 1980’s, the Marine Corps has used the M12 nylon pistol holster. But that design is now being replaced. According to the Marine Corps Times, “Officials say they targeted the outdated M12 holster because so many Marines were paying for modern tactical replacements.”
Thanks to everyone who entered the book giveaway. Not surprisingly, many of the guns covered in "Classic Combat Handguns" were mentioned in your comments.