Texas-based gun and tech company TrackingPoint scooped up Cabela’s former chief executive officer to serve as a special advisor to the company’s board of directors, according to Wednesday’s announcement.
The classic .44 Auto Mag Pistol has been out of production for over 30 years, but that has changed and the iconic pistol is now shipping again.
With thousands of pistol permit holders yet to re-up by the end of the month, state police say they will not take action on those who “unknowingly failed to recertify.”
The Tok, common on the milsurp curio and relic market, was the standard Soviet handgun for generations and while the M57 variant is based on it, it’s a little different at the same time.
After years of sitting, hoping, waiting and wishing Remington’s Golden Saber BlackBelt ammunition is finally leaving the factory and headed towards consumers.
Gander Outdoors launched its redesigned website this week featuring guns, ammunition and a catalog of outdoor gear.
Sure, it looks like low-effort Starship Troopers cosplay, but the new Tavor shotgun has three magazine tubes and brings a lot of 12 gauge to the party.
The small batch 1911 experts at Cabot Guns have a new carry gun aimed at today’s modern gentleman and shows off a few of one-of-a-kind specials as well.
Having spent countless hours chasing quail, woodcock, and even farm pheasant, here are the top three 28-gauge slide actions on the market today.
An array of gun control groups have allied with New York lawmakers in a push to establish Extreme Risk Protection Orders, forcing subjects to surrender their firearms.