Products made for multiple purposes often suit no one purpose very well but the Savage Model 11 Scout rifle in .308 Win proves this old adage wrong.
It comes as no surprise to me that Can Can Concealment’s Garter holster, a thigh holster, is gaining momentum in women’s concealed carry.
Glock is on the forefront of a rapidly growing market in handgun hunting as the 10mm G40 is building a loyal following in American fields and forests.
Among the baubles and guns in the SHOT Show 2016 New Product Center was something a bit unusual: a raincoat for ARs. Naturally, we had to check it out.
While some will argue specialty rounds from Hornady, Federal and Winchester are too expensive or not necessary, why compromise on your turkey hunt?
I wouldn’t recommend Browning’s 20-gauge Silver Hunter shotgun to everyone, but if you are a smaller or recoil-adverse shooter it might be the ticket.
Kahr Arms has a new iteration of its CT model, chambered in .380 and tailored for concealment. Is it a replacement for my usual Glock 42 for on-body carry?
IWI’s Tavor SAR is gaining steam within the close quarters crowd, winning over law enforcement agencies and becoming the obvious choice for home defenders.
The Walther PPS “Classic” was one of the first polymer framed, striker fired, single stack 9mm/.40 pistols. Since then, this firearms market has exploded.
The case that everyone who loves shooting (and perhaps even more, reloading) should have a place on their shelves for a .357 Magnum.