Southwick Associates, a research firm specializing in hunting, shooting, and fishing, announced Friday the most-purchased brands of 2015.
In what is likely a monumental case of internet trolling, an Imgur user posted shots of what has to be the most epically foolish and unsafe Hi Point ever made.
Though Thompson Center released the Strike muzzleloader late last year, so SHOT was the first time we got our hands on the new smoke pole.
The Martini-Henry was the classic British infantry rifle of the late 19th Century and the IV8888 crew take one outfitted with a peep sight to see if the rifle can reach out and touch it at distance.
YouTube science channel NightHawkInLight decided to craft a .75 caliber-ish black powder cannon from a roll of paper, some epoxy, random lumber and some casters.
Go ahead and place your bets on if a cartridge case filled with black powder and set off with a cannon fuse will ignite and explode in liquid nitrogen.
Members of the Hungarian muzzleloading club decided to test out their Uberti-repro 1873 Winchester lever gun to see if they could pop the cork off their New Years champagne.
The powder horn is one of the few known tangible mementos that belonged to Alexander Hamilton, a founding father and the first U.S. secretary of treasury.
With primitive weapon season upon us in many states, the Full Mag crew took to the woods and tried their hand at some trick shots using flintlock muskets and bows.
Grant Thompson, “The King of Random,” walks you through how to make thunder cap style snapping targets from matchsticks and stickers.