Built to appeal to hunters, the 1911R1 10mm Hunter Long Slide marks Remington’s only real entry into the pistol hunting market.
Henry Arms Big Boy rifles and carbines are winners, so it’s exciting when the popular series expands into new chamberings like the under-appreciated .327 Federal Magnum cartridge.
Sub-gauges are more en vogue than ever and, while usually priced toward a higher-echelon clientele, guns like the CZ 628 Field Select are changing things.
Warrior Poet and credentialed full-time tactics and weapons instructor John Lovell defines how to find the best home defense gun.
The following six hunting rifles are no longer in production yet still find their way to the deer woods each fall in the hands of hunters.
It was all things concealed carry, self-defense, and personal safety this weekend at the NRA’s first ever Carry Guard Expo at The Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee. Though there were no huge product splashes at the event–Glock kept their new Gen 5 pistol out of sight–plenty of newer guns, holsters, and gear were on display. Here are some of the hottest items we found on the floor of the show.
Concealed carry guns and gear dominated the Expo, but no show is complete without some impractical eye-candy for gun lovers.
NRA Carry Guard Expo featured over 140 seminars, workshops, and courses. Guns.com had a chance to attend some of these. Here are five takeaways you need to know.
Given the location, the event floor was a welcome home to a number of Wisconsin firearms-related companies both big and small.
Amid a bustling show floor, a concert featuring Charlie Daniels, and over 100 seminars and classes, it was the Friday night Concealed Carry Fashion Show that drew the most media attention and hubbub.