Olympic trap shooter Corey Cogdell demonstrates proper stance, mount, and sighting techniques with a shotgun in the latest installment of Firearm Science.
Ruger has at long last made the American Rimfire rifle available with a hardwood stock. With this and other features this is a rifle for the generations.
Pro shooter Julie Golob gives you the shooter’s eye view of the El Prez stage at a recent USPSA event then breaks it down so you can attempt to do the same.
Designed for practical shooting, like 3-Gun competitions, the Gunner profile is a Faxon design that’s lighter without sacrificing performance or accuracy.
While under normal circumstances you never want to risk a ricochet, 22 Plinkster set risk aside and attempted to split a playing card after having it first ricochet off a bulldozer blade.
Recently, I received some high quality instruction about the importance of follow-through, one of the fundamentals of shooting well.
One brightly shining young star on the competition circle is New Jersey’s own Shyanne Roberts, who has been putting in some serious time on the range.
“Everyone has a disability of some sort,” an instructor said to a class of other shooting instructors.
The Gadget is an inexpensive replacement striker retainer plate for Glock pistols that prevents the trigger from being pulled while being holstered.
Daniel Defense is showing off highlights from their most recent round of testing their upcoming .308 Winchester/7.62 NATO semi-automatic rifle.