Major John W. Hession was a rock star of the shooting world in the 1900s but when Britain needed rifles in World War II, he sent his very best, only asking it be returned after things quieted down.
It’s the second year that Jesse James is at SHOT Show showcasing his fine line of firearms. We caught up with him at his booth to see what’s new. His pistols continue to sell well but he’s also got a new bolt action rifle and a semi-auto .308 AR-10 style rifle.
Magpul has a number of new products at SHOT 2016 to include a set of 21 and 27-round extended mags for 9mm double-stack Glock pistols with a special allowance for competition shooters.
TriStar, the company known as “the value experts” in the shotgun world, introduced several new hunting and sporting scatterguns during the first full day of the SHOT Show in Las Vegas.
Competition shooters have used reflex optics for several years; when mounted on handguns, they allow shooters quicker sight and target acquisition.
Demolition Ranch got a hold of a F-1 Firearms AR-15 competition rifle in a snazzy high-viz color then proceeded to give it a ranch-style workout to include the clay pond treatment.
Italian paratrooper and international bearded man of mystery, Instructor Zero, decides to stunt a little to win a free cup of coffee by slicing the head off a target, sideways.
Professional shooter Kirsten Joy Weiss breaks down her Volquartsen Deluxe 10/22 rifle with its very groovy snake fluted barrel.
Subedar Major Fateh Singh, a former Commonwealth Shooting Champion, lost his life repelling a terrorist attack that ended in the death of six insurgents.
Ruger hopes to rekindle budget conscious shooters long range aspirations with their Precision Rifle in .243 Win, .308 and 6.5 Creedmoor