The grip angle of a handgun can make a big difference in your ability to shoot well. Is a steeper or shallower grip right for you? Here's how to find out.
The Dry Fire Mag is an interesting option for dry firing at home (hence the name). It's not the only option, but it deserves a look. It may well change the way you will think about dry fire practice.
Wildcats come and go, but the 224 Valkyrie seems like it is here to stay. Flat shooting, and fast, the new round offers compact size and great long range accuracy.
Let's get down to brass tacks. What's the Beretta Tomcat? What makes it special? We'll take a quick look at the "what" and the "so what". Check out the little Beretta Tomcat 32.
The "Deagle" (Desert Eagle) is big. Very big. That is the raison d'etre of the pistol. But despite pushing .50 AE rounds, it isn't the most powerful handgun around. So what's the appeal of this behemoth?
The laser recently made a big splash in the more traditional optics world. Over the past year they have not so quietly produced a family of red dot sights and a related family of traditional rifle scopes. I guess if you started out in the “aiming” business it makes sense to expand into related areas. […]
What can you do with a .308 with little-to-no magnification? Try a red dot and see.
Looking for a really flexible concealed carry belt--one that can be sized exactly, every time?
Looking for hard hitting suppressor ammo? Winchester has something new.