One of the most timeless handguns produced has found a dedicated audience in Missouri, with Remington's version of the 1911 flying off the shelves of one gun store.
With its sleek lines and innovative action, the Remington R51 is one of the most futuristic pistols released at SHOT Shot 2014. But looks can be deceiving, because at its foundation is a nearly century-old design.
Making shots out to 500-yards on a consistent basis is easy as pulling the trigger with Remington's new shooting system. The hi-tech 2020 Networked Tracking Scope gives almost any shooter the tools to make some of the trickiest long-range shots.
Noted and award-winning author Wayne van Zwoll succinctly explains why calling your gun–and my gun, and their guns–”weapons” is a problem. “… I take exception to the use of ‘weapon’ in describing firearms never intended to be weapons—and even those that were. ‘Weapon’ has nothing to do with a mechanism or a firearm type....
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.
A look at the cute little .300s in AR-style rifles: the .300 AAC Blackout and .300 Whisper from the Gun Digest Book of the AR-15 Volume 4.
Any semi-automatic shotgun gives you one big advantage over pumps: the ability for double-tap, rapid fire shots. But that's not all.
Ranchers and others in need of a tool to control burgeoning coyote numbers will love this handy and accurate semi-auto rifle from Ruger, in today's Coyote Guns, Setup No. 6.
This classic field gun still serves many. But these days specific models can be difficult to find.