A quiet trend has begun in firearm industry and, judging by the response, the approach could quickly spread. While more and more gun companies are holding highly successful free events that provide fans a chance to take their latest models for a short “test drive” at a range, a pair of precision-rifle companies have launched something very different.
The new "Gunsmarts" campaign from Smith & Wesson is aimed at educating new gun owners on the safe and effective handling of their firearms.
When it comes to an all-encompassing resource for firearm training and knowledge, there's only one option: the National Rifle Association.
I've always considered a gun to be a tool, and like any other tool, I don't baby them. Their main purpose is performance, not aesthetics.