If you have a soft spot for Old West style revolvers, then you might get a little excited at the prospect of this quaint single-action, ancient-style piece.
I love Ruger revolvers — some of the sturdiest revolvers I’ve ever owned — but my love for Ruger has expanded because of the Ruger 1-S .475 Linebaugh big bore rifle.
Have you ever been at a shooting range where other people are acting in an unsafe manner? What did you do? Was it something you’d do again today or do you think you could have handled it better? Unsafe practices happen more often at shooting ranges than some of you may think they do.
The Remington 1100 has been an extremely popular autoloading hunting and trap shotgun since its introduction in 1963. It has been available in many guises over the years including tactical and camo, but I’m willing to bet that when most folks think of the 1100, they think of good old classic wood on black. The 1100 is well known to be reliable and massively tough shotgun.
After sustaining severe damages during Hurricane Sandy and being out of commission for six weeks, Henry Repeating Arms had one of its best months ever. The factory reportedly shipped 27,675 rifles last month — a record for the company.
When H&R introduced the 929 Sidekick in 1956 it was a most welcomed addition to the company’s catalog. In a six-shot world, the gun’s most appreciated selling point was the nine-shot capacity and the swing out cylinder. Additionally, the Model 929 has a few more features that I personally really dig. In my opinion, the gun is one of the most practical and straightforward .22 revolvers in existence.
If you hadn’t realized, Guns.com has a strange fascination with old mailorder guns. And in spirit of that we look at the NATO Gamebird Model 10 shotgun. A relatively obscure and economical design.
Per fan request, Guns.com looks at a somewhat obscure Korean pistol that’s hard to come by in the United States — well, parts are at least. Have a look see at the Daewoo DP-51 K5 9mm pistol.
My wife and I exchanged nervous glances and kept our eye on the group of shooters. This lady didn’t have a clue what she was doing, and nobody was helping her. The following are things that should be rudimentary but apparently are not, at least to some people.
My dad walked in after a week-long hunting trip – black eye, puffy face, split rifle barrel – and said, remember to check you equipment.