Mossberg has won its share of fans with the versatility of its firearms. The handy FLEX system makes it a snap to custom-fit a gun and its now being introduced to a line of .22 rifles.
From 9mm to 460 magnum, Smith & Wesson has a bunch of new handguns for 2014 plus AR-style rifles available for shooters of all kinds. Jerry Miculek gives a tour at this year's SHOT Show.
At one Washington shooting range, the Smith & Wesson Shield has become the popular pistol with the CCW crowd. In fact, in that neck of the woods it has begun to overtake one of the world's favorite handguns.
In the world of tactical shotguns, 12-gauges have reigned supreme. But as Legacy's Gladius proves, the 20-gauge is starting to make headway into the defensive shotgun market.
In this early Smith & Wesson M&P-15 review, Patrick Sweeney's verdict on the AR-style carbine is in: Get one.
After nearly a century since their last collaboration, John Rigby & Co. and Mauser are back at it again. And the European gunmakers' new creation – the Rigby Big Game – is certain to get hunters' hearts pumping.
Tavor SAR Bullpup is still a relatively new rifle, but in some spots has already developed a strong following. For a Texas-based retailer the spunky tactical tool has been flying off the shelves this winter.
The super-slim Bersa BP9CC pistol, chambered in 9mm, will thrill concealed carry fans.
New for 2014 from Legacy Sports International is its Pointer Shotguns line, an over/under sporting series in four gauges – 12, 20, 28 and .410.