Introducing their “no limits” Pro 700 precision rifle chassis after years of development, Magpul is taking aim at shooters from competitive, law enforcement and military backgrounds.
The push button design has been favored among some competitive shooters due to its ability to be quickly swapped out if a malfunction arises, allowing competitors to continue their match unencumbered.
Trick shot Kirsten Joy Weiss looks to go long range for a rimfire and dials in a bead on a minuscule target for an offhand shot.
The Ruger MKIV 22/45 receives a Tandemkross upgrade, with the aftermarket company launching the new Cornerstone Safety Thumb Ledge for the Ruger model.
Retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel and one of the greatest competitive rifle shooters in history, Lones W. Wigger, Jr., passed away Thursday at his home in Colorado.
The Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation in addition to Larry and Brenda Potterfield, owners of Midway USA, contributed over $1 million to the MidwayUSA Foundation, an organization designed to support youth shooting initiatives
Celebrating his 84th birthday this month, England was a long-range champion later known as “The Phantom Of Phu Bai” and is frank about marksmanship and combat.
The MantisX represents one of the best systems available as a tech training aid. Especially when using iron sights, it’s superior to some other laser systems in that it doesn’t force the shooter to focus on the target rather than the front sight.
Here’s a list that will put smiles on the faces of hunters and shooters this holiday season. With prices from $15 to $425, there’s something for every pocketbook.
The Wheelchair Holster system pairs Comp-Tac’s International Holster with a hex screw mount, allowing users to easily attach the rig to a wheelchair.