The Big Boy Steel is handsome in a beard-and-flannel kind of way and is a rifle that can be used, abused, hunted, and passed from one generation to another.
People who look down on French military prowess also tend to deride French rifles as nothing more than odd looking. Nothing could be further from the truth.
The M-223/308 line is Nikon’s entry into the “tactical” optics market and promises features available on scopes selling for hundreds of dollars more.
Sure, there will be naysayers but here are six reasons why the new, modular, threaded, Ruger Charger Takedown is the ultimate survival pack-gun.
Using his two decades of experience as a Navy SEAL and an operative in the NSA, Clint Emerson details how to survive in a multitude of dangerous situations.
The attractive Tactical Mini-14 in .300 BK could find mass appeal, if and when it’s proven to dependably function with average commercial ammunition.
TacShield offers a tactical gun belt as a worthy choice in the concealment, competition or service belt markets, for both men and women.
Journalists, moviemakers and even firearms enthusiasts have accepted the AKM poor accuracy myth for so long that no one question it. Well, almost no one.
From the days of the Civil war, the Henry Repeating Arms company has been there. Here are six reasons why any gun-lover should be aboard the Henry wagon.
Introduced in 1997’s James Bond installment “Tomorrow Never Dies,” the Walther P99 is a part of 007s legacy but won me over with its quality workmanship.