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.
Those familiar with sporting clays courses, three gun competitions, or large-scale cowboy action shooting forums will be instantly familiar with wheeled gun carts. Here’s why you need one and how to make a good one.
You can buy the gear, but you can’t buy the memories and with a little research into the latest and greatest gear, a good hunt can become an unforgettable one.
Is the Charger something that you really need? Perhaps not. But if you enjoy plinking, small game hunting, or just desire a durable, packable survival firearm, then the Charger leads the way.
New shooters or even those who bounce from one factory brand to another can definitely benefit from better shells, so here are five solid 12-gauge boxes worth grabbing off the shelf.
The biannual show has had 61 such events thanks in part to one man who long ago took a small, struggling gun show and turn it into the largest gun show in the world.