Due to their affordability, Ruger single-action revolvers have gained interest of collectors. But to get top dollar, means having a lot of accoutrements.
There have been a handful of states that have made it difficult, if not impossible to own an AR. ARES Defense aims to defeat these onerous laws with the introduction of a rifle based off the popular semi-automatic, yet is legal coast to coast.
When it comes to AR rifles, accessories are the name of the game. CMMG aims to please with its new line boasting a hand guard system begging to be decked out.
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.
The .219 Zipper persisted fitfully from 1938 to 1962 in that purgatory reserved for cartridges that look good on paper but somehow never quite measure up in real life. At this late date, it’s difficult to determine exactly how the .219 Zipper ended up on the compost heap of shooting history.
Many people prefer the AK-47 platform to the AR-15, while others view it on par with ARs. Others say it's outdated. Watch this video demonstration of an Arsenal SLR-107FR AK-47 in action and make up your own mind.
Hunters are among the best customers for Kramer Auctions and entering this fall they were beating the bush for non-standard caliber rifles.
What happens when the temperature dives to a frigid -27°F with windchills exceeding -55°F and you blast 1-gallon jugs of boiling water with a rifle? Answer: a massive cloud of water vapor which instantly freezes, turning into a cloud of snow.
The company that brought us the first AR proves it still has tricks up its sleeve with the AR-30A1 — a refined bolt-action sniper rifle.