Thanks to everyone who entered for a chance to win the newest edition of "Gun Digest Book of Shotguns Assembly/Disassembly." Reading the comments, it looks like shotgun cleaning activities are as much a part of this pasttime as actual shooting. Read on to find out who won the book this week.
There are a number of things that were unique to the Remington Model 870 when it first appeared. Many have remained through the years, but there were a few unusual features that have not survived the test of time.
Thanks to everyone who commented for a chance to win Massad Ayoob's new book, "Gun Digest Book of Concealed Carry 2nd Edition." Massad said it well in his blog last week: the comments present "a fascinating spontaneous study of the mindset of armed citizens."
Thanks to everyone who posted a comment for a chance to win a copy of "Gun Digest 2013." Not surprisingly, the comments depict the wide range of interests held by gun enthusiasts, everything from self defense to hunting to shooting to collecting.
Gun enthusiasts can hardly be considered a homogeneous group. The variety of interests spans gun collecting, target shooting, hunting, concealed carry, personal protection, gunsmithing and reloading. The focus for any individual might be rifles, shotguns, handguns, or all of the above. This week, in celebration of this diverse group, we're giving away a copy...
In "Big-Bore Revolvers," author Max Prasac looks at terminal ballistics from the perspective of the big-bore revolver, and dispenses some of the myths he says are frequently perpetuated by the hunting/gun magazine industry as a whole.
Assigning values to used guns is an inexact science, to be sure, and fraught with uncertainty. The late Dan Shideler, former editor of "Standard Catalog of Firearms," had this to say about used gun values, and getting the best price whether you're buying or selling.
One of the interesting side effects of the modern sporting rifle phenomenon is the production of like models in rimfire calibers. This week, for fans of the .22 rifle - both classic and modern - we're giving away a copy of "Gun Digest Book of Rimfire Rifles Assembly/Disassembly," which was recently updated, adding many...
It’s always good to clean your gun and keep it in top-notch shape. Why, then, would you intentionally foul the bore by sending a shot down the barrel prior to heading out on a hunt?