Winchester’s SX3 is no flash-in-the-shotgun pan; it’s here to stay. And it’s a shotgun built to be passed down from one generation to the next.
Alan Dershowitz doesn’t merely want the courts to read the Second Amendment as a collective right. He wants to repeal the whole thing.
Federal Premium is announcing their latest Vital-Shok Trophy Copper load in .30-30 Winchester for game all across North America and around the world.
With major passenger airlines changing policies on transporting trophy game from abroad, two major carriers are staying the course despite a recent outcry.
Special use permits for the first bear season in the Sunshine State this century went on sale this week and hunter’s rights advocate Ted Nugent picked one up.
He is the Walter J. Palmer you know nothing about. He is 80, sells insurance, lives in Minneapolis, and wants people to stop calling his home to tell him how much they hate him.
If you are looking for a quick-shouldering, powerful weapon for brush hunting or truck duty, the $250 Mosin-Nagant M44 is an excellent value.
United, Delta and American airlines have pulled the plug on shipping trophies back to the states.
Primary Arms and Trijicon have teamed up to offer a new 4×32 ACOG with Primary Arms’ in-house and easy-to-use ACSS range-finding reticle in red and green.
CMMG is releasing new 7.62x39mm Mutants, including pistol and short-barreled rifle versions and a redux of the original rifles in California-friendly form.