Servicemembers throughout the centuries unable to return home for the holiday have found a way to keep the tradition alive while deployed.
One of the early Pilgrims at Plymouth Colony at the first Thanksgiving was John Alden, and a vintage rifle belonging to him has survived some 397 years.
Authorities in Lancaster County are looking for three individuals regarding the Saturday night burglary of Kinsey’s Outdoors in Mount Joy Township.
Grants Pass, Oregon’s Noveske Rifleworks shrugged off being PC and debuted their line of Ghetto Blasters based on their Gen 4 series platform this week.
Detroit-based Ion Productions has been a go-to in the modern flamethrower biz for almost a decade and their new modular offering even includes a 3-gallon backpack option for those on the go.
A law signed last week by Wisconsin’s Republican Gov. Scott Walker to eliminate the threshold age to hunt has produced results for mentored hunters.
With a mandate to transfer the Army’s stockpile of vintage M1911 pistols to the Civilian Marksmanship Program looming, what should those interested in picking one up expect?
Poking around in the marsh of the Dutch lowlands, this group of magnet-armed relic hunters finds everything from 60mm mortar shells and Mills bombs to a relatively complete M1 Garand.
Othais and Mae with C&Rsenal go feature-length into the history, development, and variants of the U.S. Springfield 1903 as part of their Great War Small Arms Primer series.
A New York lawmaker is making a bid to bring back federal legislation that would make selling guns to a prohibited possessor worth 20 years in federal prison.