Liberty Safe Recognized at White House Made in America Showcase
Utah-based Liberty Safe highlighted its Presidential 50 safe at a Made in America Product Showcase at the White House.
Fear & Loading: One Day Is Not Enough
Veterans Day parades and meal deals are great, but there’s another way we can show our gratitude to those who served, year ’round. Many of them harnessed the skills and discipline they learned in uniform to build thriving businesses, and the diversity of products and services they offer make it easier than ever to repay our debt. Here are a few examples.
Henry Repeating Arms Celebrates 20 Years of American Manufacturing
Henry is donating 20 special commemorative rifles for auction with 100 percent of proceeds benefiting conservation groups across the United States.
LWRCI IC DI Rifle Now in 300 BLK
American Rifleman’s 2017 Golden Bullseye winner for “Rifle of the Year”—the LWRCI IC DI—is now available in 300 BLK
Leupold & Stevens Recognized at White House "Made in America Showcase"
Optics maker Leupold & Stevens represented its home state of Oregon in the “Made in America Product Showcase” Mon., July 17, 2017, in the East Room of the White House.
Honor Guard Pistol Line Grows to 16 Variations
Honor Defense has announced nine new skus of the Honor Guard compact and sub-compact models for both the commercial and law enforcement markets.
New Trulock Choke Tube for Stevens 555 Shotgun
Trulock has developed a new line of 12-gauge chokes in cylinder through turkey constrictions for the Stevens 555 over-under shotgun.
Fear & Loading: High Performance Brass?
I’m always game for anything I can bolt onto my truck that’ll increase horsepower and improve gas mileage, so when I ran across a Texas firm producing caps to go on your tire valve stems made of handgun brass I had to take them for a drive.
Tested: Honor Defense Honor Guard 9 mm Pistol
This American made striker-fired single-stack offers a top-notch balance of form, function and price.
Going to School: Leupold Optics Academy
If gunmakers can have their own shooting schools, why not optics makers? Leupold has been around for more than a century, and along the way, the company has learned a thing or two about how its optics work in conjunction with firearms