At the behest of a reader who is planning ahead for a just-born child, Guns.com looks at some of the best options for a first rifle for a youngster.
The Legacy of “The Gun that Won the West” lives on with the Rossi M92. With the Rossi in hand you instantly walk a little taller, talk a little slower and “pardner” sneaks into your vernacular. It seems like every time I hold this gun I catch myself saying, “Fill your hand…”
Looking for a starter shotgun? Want something you can toss in the bottom of a canoe or the back of a truck without a care? Rossi makes inexpensive guns that can take a beating. And if they don’t, you won’t mind much.
If you’re like me and just enjoy shooting, consider giving the Rossi a look. Especially if you’re just getting into revolvers, at around $350 the Rossi is a worthwhile investment.
If you don’t like the idea of a suppressed lever-action SBR then I’m not sure…
With gun control efforts breathing down national and local necks, we ask, what will these semi-automatic weapon bans mean in the short term for shooters, what they will likely look like if they pass and what gun owners can do if the worst happens.
Humidity eats up steel. Imagine what happens when steel is exposed to salt water and sand. If you need a shotgun on your boat, material considerations are even more crucial. But several manufacturers make some corrosion resistant versions of their best scatter guns that are perfect for use on the water.
It’s that time of year again, when we separate the naughty from the nice. Here are a few that made Guns.com’s naughty list.
The holidays are upon us. And nothing says “I trust you” to a responsible kid like the gift of a gun. If the time is right for his or her first .410, you have some solid options.
If you plan on braving the post-thanksgiving shopping extravaganzas, check out Slickguns.com first. This simple site compiles the deals and makes them easy to understand and find. Free. Black Friday shopping has never been easier.