What do all those numbers mean on a box of shotgun shells, and how do you know what to buy?
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If purse carry is your method of choice, you absolutely must have these three things in order to pull it off safely.
Don’t be intimidated if you feel you can’t live up to all the gun-related advice you’ve been told.
The old gun-counter advice to “just buy a .38 Special” gets mocked as a patronizing cliché, but it’s not entirely off base.
As much as we love guns, some are just not the right choice for new shooters or new carriers. Here are four handguns to stay away from when you’re starting out.
Before you can argue which is the best shooting stance, you need to know what they are are. Learn them here.
Tired of the same old burgers and steaks? Shake up your recipe routine with one of these easy venison dinners.
Congratulations on deciding to join the scattergun club! Now, what should you buy?
Let’s face it: If you spend a lot of time outdoors, sooner or later, you’re going to have to take care of business in the woods.