There are quite a few rounds out there that tailored to the needs of new hunters (and maybe even new shooters also) and here are my top five.
If you were to ask five different self defense instructors about what weapon you should…
There is a trend these past few decades of new rifles without any vestige of an open sight, making the only choice to mount an optic.
There’s a debate that I see pop up in some gun owner circles all the time that concerns me: whether or not to keep a round in the chamber while carrying.
The Swedish Mauser and the 6.5×55 round have both survived for well over 100 years and their popularity has spread in the US by experience and word of mouth
Outside of the small rifles for new shooters or kid just starting off, do single shoot 22 rifles have a place in a veteran shooters lineup? Yes, of course.
Though the debate between buckshot and birdshot as a defense round has raged for decades, truth is there really isn’t much to debate.
The Mossberg 590 Shockwave and the Remington 870 Tac-14 are both great ideas, but they are not the last word on the subject of short barreled shotguns.
I know of one often overlooked pocket pistol that has been around for almost seventy years and has a proven track record worldwide: the Makarov PM pistol.
For a survival gun, training new shooters, using up old ammo — any of these choices make shotgun cartridge adapters more cost effective than a new gun.