While the vast majority of us are not licensed gunsmiths, we can still master some simple “home gunsmithing” tasks. Here are some tools you will need.
At the behest of a reader who is planning ahead for a just-born child, Guns.com looks at some of the best options for a first rifle for a youngster.
Winchester’s SX3 is no flash-in-the-shotgun pan; it’s here to stay. And it’s a shotgun built to be passed down from one generation to the next.
High-capacity speed loading devices can turn mag loading from a chore to a joy and anything that leaves more time for shooting has got to be good, right?
With a retail price of $89.99, and actual costs closer to $65, every 10/22 platform owner should own at least one of Ruger’s new BX trigger group.
My initial reaction to the DP-12 was it’s a gimmick, but after research and serious time with the gun, two things make it superior to single-barrel bullpups
Though seldom mentioned and once nearly obsolete, could the 5mm Remington rimfire magnum be on the verge of a relaunch in the rising rimfire revolution?
Seven sweet rests in one? Yes, please. The Bulls Bag X7 is one easy-to-pack unit that quickly morphs into seven different shooting configurations.
Sure, there are a number of other worthy rimfire guns from other manufacturers, so why crown Ruger king? Here are eight good reasons why.
TriStar recently announced the addition of a Bronze model to its flagship line of reliable gas-operated semi-automatic shotguns.