All the popular hunting seasons are about over by this time of year—but you can still scratch your hunting itch.
You won’t get to pick the terms of a gunfight if you’re forced into one, but you can follow these rules.
Shotguns make great home defense firearms in many cases, but they’re not the all-powerful bad-guy-busters you see on TV.
We’ve got news for you: You can’t just say, “It was self-defense,” and make everything OK.
You can’t buy skill, but a red-dot sight really might make you a better handgun shooter.
Is open carry right for you? Here are the practical pros and cons.
Ask yourself these five questions before committing to a firearms training course.
Here’s how to keep your taxidermy in good shape and protected from pests.
Teaching kids firearm safety is serious business; where do toy guns fall in?
If you normalize guns in your home, you take away the curiosity factor that kids have, which makes everyone safer.