Gun News

0 Comments
Taylor & Company goes small with the Remington-Beals in its Ace Revolver. There’s a misnomer to the Remington Model 1858. It was never officially called the 1858. Shooters dubbed what was properly known as the Remington-Beals Model Revolvers because the patent date was stamped on the barrel. A point of confusion that soldiers on to
0 Comments
Offering options for every type of shooter and firearm, Birchwood Casey’s new shooting rest options bring versatility to the range. Get off the bench! It’s sound advice unless you’re anything but an F-Class competitor. Hunting, self-defense or any other practical marksmanship generally doesn’t have the luxury of a wide, long and flat surface, level and
0 Comments
Here is the simple formula to calculate the optimal barrel twist rate for your particular ammo or hand load. Works for rifles and handguns. This article is an excerpt from Reloading for Handgunners, 2nd Ed., available at GunDigestStore.com. The whole point of a rifle or a handgun that isn’t a shotgun is to have rifling.
0 Comments
Flashy good looks with the heart of a fighter, Urban EDC knifes turn heads without raising eyebrows. Folding knives are versatile carry pieces. They can be toted daily whether you’re a mechanic, carpenter, plumber, police officer, firefighter, emergency medical technician, hunter, hiker, a member of the military or even an office worker in a corporate
0 Comments
Know what helps when hunting the treacherous terrains of the backcountry? Your hands. Now you have use of both of them thanks to the Mystery Ranch Hands-Free Rifle Sling. Spend any time hunting the backcountry and you’ll soon discover one of the most unmanageable pieces of equipment is your rifle. Sporting a traditional two-point sling,
0 Comments
One of the most basic skills pertaining to any handgun is understanding how to properly load and chamber one. Jamey Caldwell offers step-by-step instruction. New to shooting? Then every step on the road to becoming a competent marksman can seem daunting. This includes the relatively simple process of loading and chambering your pistol. Yet, this
0 Comments
WASHINGTON, D.C. (March 24, 2021) — Today, Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) announced the filing of an important brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of Holloway v. Attorney General Garland, et al. encouraging the Supreme Court to grant certiorari (review) of a wrong-decided Third Circuit opinion holding that a non-violent misdemeanor crime can
0 Comments
Do you prefer yelping, clucking, putting, purring, or screeching? We’ll walk you through the best turkey calls on the market. Turkey calls come in many styles. All of them require skill, practice, and patience in order to master. The first step in this journey is selecting the right call – and the same goes for experienced
0 Comments
Offering options for every type of shooter and firearm, Birchwood Casey’s new shooting rest options bring versatility to the range. Get off the bench! It’s sound advice unless you’re anything but an F-Class competitor. Hunting, self-defense or any other practical marksmanship generally doesn’t have the luxury of a wide, long and flat surface, level and
0 Comments
WEST PALM BEACH, FL (March 24, 2021) — Today, Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeal issued an opinion in Broward County v. Florida Carry, which determined that three Broward County ordinances “clearly regulate guns,” and are thus preempted by state law. In its opinion, the Court held that Broward County “may not regulate indirectly what
0 Comments
Aiming to become a proper precision shooter? Here are the long-range shooting fundamentals you must master. What Are The Long-Range Shooting Fundamentals You Need To Master: Detailed fundamentals are the building blocks of all great shooting. There are plenty of “good-bad shooters,” as I like to call them, out there—shooters who have learned to adapt