SIG Sauer has expanded its SIG Professional Program (SPP)—which offers discounted pricing on select SIG Sauer firearms to those who protect and serve our communities—to now include its commercial Master and Elite dealers. The change makes it easier than ever for individual who qualify to reap the program’s benefits.
From its true-to-history offerings such as the 1887 shotguns, double-barrel shotguns, cartridge and blackpowder guns, Taylor's & Company has a wide range of historical firearms and collectibles to choose from, including gun leather, vintage optics and accessories.
Recent survey results indicate supply chain uncertainty, however, the firearm industry is taking a proactive approach to reduce its impact.
I’ve heard that traditional shot pellets are made by dropping molten lead through a sieve in something called a shot tower. Today we seem to have such a variety of shot to choose from, all of which look very different from one another. What are the methods of manufacture for some of today’s non-toxic shot?
From the archives of American Rifleman, NRA member writes: I am confused about the proper handling of hammerless shotguns. Everyone has heard the advice “never dry-fire a gun, the firing pmay break.” If the gun has an exposed hammer, it can be eased down, but how should I handle a hammerless single- or double-barreled gun. Should I leave a spent shell or snap-cap in the chamber?
The Gunfighter Defender revolver from Taylor's & Company blends features from the company's Gunfighter single-action with its Runnin' Iron hammer and an 1860 Army grip.