Other than owners of centerfire M&P pistols, who should be interested in the M&P-22 pistol? Training? Hunting? Competition?
Legendary “American Sniper” Chris Kyle’s widow is set to compete against an NRA Champion marksman with $1 million on the line.
Competitive shooter Doug Koenig walks you through his personal method of honing his skills through the repetitive use of one-shot drills.
Trick shooter and small bore riflery expert Kirsten Joy Weiss takes the familiar October “carve a Jack-o-Lantern with a gun” trope and does it one better.
The M-223/308 line is Nikon’s entry into the “tactical” optics market and promises features available on scopes selling for hundreds of dollars more.
Hunter Cayll, also known as “Nubbs” is an amateur 3-gun and USPSA shooter that doesn’t have any hands, but makes up for it in heart.
Top Shot Chris Cheng steps up from his traditional .22 rimfire trick shots to the beefy .460 Smith and experiences the “ring of fire” first hand.
TacShield offers a tactical gun belt as a worthy choice in the concealment, competition or service belt markets, for both men and women.
Journalists, moviemakers and even firearms enthusiasts have accepted the AKM poor accuracy myth for so long that no one question it. Well, almost no one.
In a “don’t try this at home” exercise in busting clays, Brit shot-gunner Philip Thorrold stands still while three throwers aim at his goody bits and he tries to beat them to the punch.