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Special Section: Covering the Basics of Shooting

Basic skills are the foundation of good shooting, and even seasoned shooters can use a refresher course.

Chiappa Triple Threat Shotgun

So, how do you go about making a double-barreled shotgun more enticing? You add another barrel.

SilencerCo Unveils Salvo 12 Shotgun Suppressor

The Salvo 12 provides a much-needed option for shooting enthusiasts.

Gallery: Custom-Build AR-15 Components

Building an AR-15 at home can be a fun and rewarding hobby. Thanks to the popularity of this modular rifle platform, there are literally hundreds of components to choose from ranging from inexpensive mil-spec parts to exotic custom features. Here is a look at the components gun writer B. Gil Horman chose for his first custom target AR-15 rifle build.

7 Tips for Pocket Carry

Previously Field Editor B. Gil Horman has helped you determine whether a pocket pistol is right for you. If you have opted pack this way, here are guidelines to help you get the most benefit and avoid uncomfortable problems.

2014 Field-Tested Holiday Gift Guide

Finding gifts for avid shooting and hunting enthusiasts can be a challenge. With so much gear to choose from, it can be especially overwhelming for non-shooters. Fortunately, Field Editor B. Gil Horman has done a bit of the legwork for you in showcasing a dozen of the products he has worked with this year, items that proved to be useful, well-made, and in some cases, unique.

10 Things You Didn't Know About the M1 Carbine

The “U.S. Carbine, Caliber .30, M1” was the most produced American infantry arm of World War II. And it's back. Again.

NRA Gun of the Week: CMMG Mk47 Mutant

CMMG combined the compatibility of the AR platform with the rugged simplicity and magazines of the AK to produce the Mk47 Mutant.

Keefe Report: Ruger Ammunition

“Ever heard of PolyCase? Very Interesting. You should look at it.” Those words came from Ruger’s Mark Gurney, a good friend of mine and one of the reasons why Ruger is such a market-leading company today.

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