Is it possible that some of the things you do while training at the range could be putting your life (and those you might protect) at a greater risk than you might think? We look at seven range habits that do not translate to defense shooting (and how to break them).
Under political scrutiny and afloat in economic uncertainty, gun shows have had a bad couple of years. But is this American Tradition headed the way of the dodo.
Until we can stop crazy, no law will ever stop someone from committing atrocities – with or without a gun.
Bumper stickers have always been a symbol of freedom of speech in these United States. Guns.com looks at some of our favorites.
Do you have a concealed carry permit, but leave your gun at home most of the time, because you’re going someplace “safe”? Well, here’s a reminder fortune favors the prepared.
Awhile back, media outfits galore ran stories on several, “:unexpected” Federal agencies placing large, bulk orders for ammo. With a dead heat election only days away, placing my gun rights on the table, I have to ask yet again, why?
A case for after shooting discipline, because when you find yourself in those dangerous situation, with adrenaline driving your wits and only twilight lighting your memory, perhaps the only fact you should rely on is that you’re unreliable.
Ever thought about how you’d handle a visit from the ATF? Until recently, I’d been mercifully free from that particular bit of foreboding, but that changed last week when I received a call from a friend of mine about a gun I’d sold him…
You might have spent much of your life in “Condition White,” but you’re now situationally-aware, carrying responsibly, and following all gun laws when you’re out with your sidearm. Good for you. Now, how do you maintain that same level of protection at home?
Because some days, it seems there is never a gun around when (and where) you want one.