New Gun Owner Guide: Basics of Cleaning, Shooting & Storage
Now that you've bought your new firearm, what's next? Here are the basics of using, cleaning and storing your first gun.
Survey Indicates Millions Of New Gun Owners, Changing Demographics
Based off of data from the FBI’s National Instant Background Check System, the National Shooting Sports Foundation estimates that there were 14 million new firearm owners who made their first purchase over the past two years.
Hornady RAPiD Safe
Yes, Hornady's more known for its ammunition-but for 2014, the company's Security division is releasing a product that's designed to keep your favorite home-defense handgun secure: the RAPiD Safe.
10 Gun Terms We Need in the Dictionary
The crack team of linguists at Oxford University rolled out dozens of accepted new “words” in its official online dictionary last week, including gems like manspreading and wine o’clock. Despite the fact gun terminology is far more precise and widely accepted, there are no firearm-related terms in the list.
A First Look At 2016's New Guns
At the 2015 National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers show, some gun manufacturers were hush-hush, preferring to launch their products at the 2016 SHOT Show in January. But others gave us a sneak peak at what the new year holds in store for shooting enthusiasts.
8 Checks To Run Before Firing Your New Gun
Many potential issues can be resolved or avoided if they are identified before the trigger is pressed. Here are a few important steps to take before loading a new gun or a used gun you have never fired.
New for 2020: Savage Arms Renegauge Turkey
American Rifleman Staff takes a look at the new Renegauge Turkey shotgun from Savage Arms.
New Gun Owner Guide: Finding Firearm Training
Have a new gun and not sure where to get training? Here are a few options to explore for better familiarization with your firearm.
The NRA: Your Resource for Firearm Training & Knowledge
When it comes to an all-encompassing resource for firearm training and knowledge, there's only one option: the National Rifle Association.
2020 Gun Sales Exceed 2019 Numbers
As of Sept. 1, more guns had been sold in 2020 than in the entirety of 2019.