Magpul may have started as a magazine producer, but the company has grown to become America’s household name for gun furniture. Here’s a look at what they’re rolling out for 2017.
Magpul is celebrating a decade of success with its flagship product, the PMAG. At SHOT Show 2017, an honor wall and new products heralded the celebration.
One of the most popular upgrades to a gun is the trigger. Here’s the latest from trigger manufacturers at SHOT Show 2017.
What’s this “social media” thing all about? Step inside for 101 basics on The Facebook and Tweeter by professional shooter Julie Golob.
Smith & Wesson’s biggest news has nothing to do with all the holding-company name-change hubbub, but rather, with their plethora of new handgun models.
Until now, the 6.5 Creedmoor chambering had been quietly humming along while drawing moderate interest from distance shooters.
These pictures come courtesy of Sig Sauer’s booth at SHOT Show in Las Vegas. The gun maker showcased new pistols, guns and color options as well as old favorites at the show.
Old and new kids on the tactical block showed off new and updated gear at Industry Day at the range during SHOT Show 2017.
The M&P M2.0 calls itself “an entirely new platform” showing changes and improvements from stem to stern, with work done to the trigger, grip, frame, and finish.
Guns.com ran into a few competition shooters at the 2017 Shooting, Hunting, Outdoor Trade Show on Tuesday.