<p>Did you know you can upgrade your Smith and Wesson M&P15-22 just like you can with your AR-15?</p>
Ruger knows their way around rimfire. Most of their .22s are built for serious plinking. So what about those of us who want a bit more from a rifle? Ruger has you covered. Meet the Ruger Precision Rimfire.
For the style of gun photography I do: white background with suspended guns, it is really easy to edit these photos on my iPhone. Google Snapseed is the greatest app, and it is free. Here's how I do it.
Stabilizing braces on handguns have lit a fire in the firearm industry. Most pistol braces are designed for large frame handguns like an AR-15 style pistol but FLUX Defense designed a brace for one of the most popular handguns on the planet, the venerable Glock. Read Chen's review.
The MA Loader helps reload a fixed magazine through the ejection port. While it's not as efficient as a normal magazine reload, it is a viable option for people who want to enjoy their AR-15s without registering them with the state. Check it out!
Love firearms? Want to share cool gun photos on social media? Read up to learn Chen's tips on getting great shots using your smartphone from your own home.
Want to get into long-range shooting? Shoot to 1,000 yards or even a mile? You may want to give the Ruger Precision Rifle some consideration.
The Remington 700CP uses Magpul AI magazines. There will be three calibers: .308, .223, and .300blk. Adding a Stabilizing Brace expands scope options.
Want to capture that perfect shot while you're shooting? With the Nexus camera mount, you can film your rifle scope's sight picture in HD video or slo-mo.