Combat Magnum. Which magnum? That’s up to you. Smith & Wesson is giving you two to choose from: The Model 66 in .357 Magnum, and the Model 69 in .44 Magnum.
Federal regulators reversed a two-year-old decision prohibiting specific use of an arm brace for AR pistols after re-addressing the issue with the company that designed the original model.
When I look at my list of pros for this .22 LR / .22 magnum backup gun, I have a hard time chalking the NAA up as a novelty.
Hunters know whitetails like to pop up at random distances. How far away? You can guess, but now we have rangefinders. Question is, are they worth the cost?
Let’s talk tanks. Is it legal to own a tank in the US? Where would you buy a tank? The answers are surprisingly simple.
The M3 is a rifle designed for fast action and defensive accuracy, engaging targets at 10 to 25 yards is incredibly fast for a nearly 70-year-old design. The often frowned upon .30 carbine cartridge is a good man-stopper with modern ammunition, contrary to popular belief.
When Serbu asked us if we’d like to do a review on a rifle, our answer, as it always is, was “of course!” The gun that arrived for our testing was this BGF-50A, one of the smoothest and most accurate rifles we’ve ever reviewed. One MOA from a .50 BMG. What more could you ask for?
One of my many New Year’s resolutions is to get in shape. I’m not talking about my gut (though that, too). I’m talking about my shooting skills. It has been years since I’ve taken a class, and after doing some training with Daniel Shaw at Thunderbird Tactical in Wichita, Kansas, I discovered I’m a bit rusty.
The 2014 SHOT Show cranks up in less than two weeks. We’ll be there, cameras rolling, chronicling all of the new product launches. Until then, we offer these predictions. Here’s what we’re looking for in the upcoming year.
I review upwards of 50 guns a year. Almost all of them do their jobs well. Picking ten that stand out isn’t as easy as I thought it would be. But here’s the list of the year’s best. The ten best from 2013.