Precision shooting at close range is definitely more than a point-and-shoot affair. Understanding how to holdover for offset will get your shots on target.
Not taking into account A1 and A2 iron sights, your AR can have one of two types of optics - red-dot sights or magnified scopes. Here's a look at both.
Vero Vellini has made a name for itself the past two decades, producing comfortable handcrafted slings for hunting. Now the German company looks to do the same for tactical gear, with its Vero Tactical Two-Point Adjustable Sling.
Trying to decode conflicting measurement systems on rifle scopes using MOA- turrets with Mil-based reticles is now a thing of the past on Leupold's line of optics thanks to their new TS-32X1 MOA-based reticle.
Necessity continues to be the mother of invention and there has been a rash of it in a bid to help New York gun enthusiast hit by the NY SAFE Act. Check out the tweaks these Empire State residents have made to their modern sporting rifles to keep them legal.
There’s no reason keeping a handgun safely locked away from the kids and being prepared for that moment you hear a breaking window in the middle of the night needs to be mutually exclusive. With today’s offerings of quick-access handgun safes, gun owners can ensure the highest levels of both safety and access.
With Lilliputian dimensions, the Glock 42 is inherently easy to stow on your person. But the newly released .380 automatic might have just become more concealable with CrossBreed Holsters announcing a line tailored to the handgun.
SOG’s new Exchange knife is really three offerings in one – an interchangeable system featuring a clip-point blade with gut hook, double-toothed saw and a fillet knife.
The FLIR ThermoSight R-Series offers something the consumer market has been missing for some time now -- a top-of-the-line thermal scope that, price-wise, falls in line with night vision technology.