The Gould Brothers, a team of two literal bros who are really into exhibition shotgun shooting, see how accurate their Promatic trap machine really is.
Interestingly—for a reason that will be clear in a moment—the idea for the Guinness Book of World Records was born at a shooting party in County Wexford.
The Guinness World Records organization declined to give a nod to an event in which 1,000 shooters fired all at once in celebration of gun rights.
The National Rifle Association announced Wednesday they will move the century-old event from its historic home to Camp Atterbury, Indiana next year.
Heading to the range with a single-shot Savage Rascal .22, Ellerman walks you through a straightforward day at the range with the kid-o’s.
Top Shot Michelle Viscusi, who rocks a Taran Tactical Glock 35 in competition, walks you through her gear and some of her shooting tips.
The Gould Brothers, a team of two literal bros who are really into exhibition shotgun shooting, show that two hands are better than one when it comes to some clays.
An Indian shooter has pulled out of a competition in Iran over the host country’s requirement that all females wear hijabs.
Shooting instructors tend to be a passionate and competitive lot and the latest kerfuffle in the tactical training realm has to do with the value of timers.
Shooters looking to score $5,000 worth of guns and gear will get their chance through a YouTube video contest hosted by Kahr Firearms Group.