There are two top-of-the-line kits on the market that make the scope mounting process a snap: Weaver’s Deluxe and Wheeler’s Ultra. We put them to the test.
This is not a call to arms, nor is it fear-mongering, but here are at least five good reasons why the time is now to head to your reloading bench.
Can’t decide between a Glock 23 in 40 cal or the Glock 19 in 9mm? Now you don’t have to.
Carbon Express’ new bows for 2015, the Intercept Supercoil and Axon, are narrowing the distance between gun hunters and archers more than anyone else.
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