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Be it a terrorist attack, home invasion, active shooting or other undesired event, violent physical attacks on individuals who are unaware and unprepared for them are, sadly, becoming the new normal. Those who are aware and prepared are concerned about self-defense and protecting their family. What separates the prepared from

What’s mechanical offset and how do you deal with it? If you have an optic on a firearm, particularly a rifle, the line-of-sight through the scope is higher than the center of the bore, and that difference is what we call offset. In other words, when you take a shot

In the 1939 cinematic masterpiece that defined him, “Stagecoach” actor John Wayne’s Ringo Kid prepared for the fight with the evil Plummer brothers. These three scoundrels attempted to get an unfair advantage by arming one of their number with a shotgun loaded with buckshot. Thus was the public perception of

“If the central government has the authority to tell a state it must accept permits from all the other states, then it also has the authority to tell a state it may not accept a concealed permit from any other states. If the central government can do these things it

Got sunscreen? Responsible firearm enthusiasts focus on safety 24/7, 365-days a year. Yet, there’s one thing that goes ignored altogether too often—minimizing exposure to the sun’s potentially deadly ultraviolet rays while at the bench or shooting a match. No, violations of what should be a primary safety rule for anyone

Davidson’s has added two new exclusive Rugers to its catalog, the Ruger American Compact Pistol in 9 mm with Flat Dark Earth frame and Patriot Brown slide, and the GP100 in .22 LR with a 4″ barrel. “These pistols are great new additions to the Davidson’s Exclusive product line,” said

It’s hard to argue against a safe replete with beautiful long guns, each dedicated to a single purpose. But if your safe—or your budget—doesn’t allow for more than one shotgun, wouldn’t it be nice to be able to rely on one that can meet the demands of all your pursuits? Meet Browning‘s new Cynergy

Inland Manufacturing has introduced the U.S. Army 1st Infantry Division 100th Anniversary Commemorative models of two iconic firearms, the Inland M1 Carbine and the 1911A1 pistol. The M1 Carbine replicates the 1944 model, featuring many of the same characteristics of the originals, including a type 2 barrel band, adjustable rear sights, push-button safety,

When the Springfield Saint carbine was released last year, we thought enough of it to give it our 2017 Golden Bullseye Award for Tactical Gun of the Year. Though thoroughly modern in manufacture—and innovative with its Accu-Tite system taking the slop out between the upper and lower receivers—the original Saint

Within the firearm community and among armed personal-defense practitioners, there is very little debate about the value of including a flashlight in your everyday carry (EDC) kit. In addition to a knife, my flashlight is the only personal tool that I use almost every day, though usually not in dynamic