First offered in 1937, the all-steel Featherlight is an improvement on the basic Remington Model 17 shotgun design.
Looking for a tactical handgun for home-defense or just need an excuse to go out and finally buy that suppressor? This is the gun for you.
A one-pound, one-ounce plinker turns in a performance that pleasantly surprises.
Amega Ranges has introduced a simple solution to mounting a scope on a M1 Garand.
This year, 2012, promises to be the year of the .22. Why? Because $20 for 550 rounds of .22 Long Rifle is much better than $20 for 20 rounds of something else if you are just shooting for fun.
Diamondback’s slick little polymer .380 and 9 mm pistols can now be converted into the smallest and lightest suppressed pistols on the market.
After serious testing, the only question left to ask about the Ruger American Rifle is: What’s not to like?
Mossberg’s 464 lever-action carbine gets a tactical makeover.
The Ruger 22/45 Lite is a fun, accurate and quiet handgun, especially with a suppressor.
Mossberg released its original model 464 lever-action rifle in early 2008, which—not coincidentally—wasn’t long after Winchester announced that it would no longer be manufacturing Model 94s in the U.S.