Article first appeared at Ammoland.com Ammoland – In recent years, certainly partially borne of evolving state laws, outdoor enthusiasts and the archery industry in general has seen a surge in demand for crossbows. The result? Jaw-dropping performance and innovation that has lured some of the most die-hard bowhunters in for a …

Article first appeared at Ammoland.com Ammoland – Spend an extraordinary evening with Duck Commander’s founder and patriarch Phil Robertson as he speaks candidly and UnMuzzled! about God, guns and country at the Great American Outdoor Show on February 12, 2016. The Great American Outdoor Show is the world’s largest outdoor show …

Article first appeared at Ammoland.com Ammoland – In the quality management world you are taught that as a provider of goods or services you must have a profound understanding of your process. You are also not supposed to be always trying to fix things by running, from one company production crisis …

Article first appeared at NRAmedia.org NRAmedia – Over the last few years, I’ve had the opportunity to cover the National Association for Sporting Goods Wholesalers (NASGW) show for American Rifleman. During the most recent event, I took a few minutes to stop by the TNW Firearms booth. I’d enjoyed working with …

Article first appeared at NRAmedia.org NRAmedia – In recent decades the shoulder holster has taken something of a backseat to other modes of carry, but the configuration nonetheless offers several advantages over the more popular methods, and the Flatsider XR7 by Aker Leather is a fine option for those diehards who …

Article first appeared at NRAmedia.org NRAmedia – It simply has not become a popularized subject in the way that World War II has. Rarely is it even mentioned in the mainstream, and then when the subject does come up it is usually only with a trivializing reference to it being “the …

Article first appeared at NRAmedia.org NRAmedia – Few firearm introductions have generated the buzz and demand of the Kel-Tec CNC Industries, Inc., PMR-30 pistol. That’s unsurprising, though, as a lightweight, .22 WMR-chambered, semi-automatic, full-size handgun utilizing a 30-round-capacity magazine is sure to be appreciated by a large segment of the shooting …

Article first appeared at NRAmedia.org NRAmedia – Ruger single-action revolver history buffs know that years ago the Vaquero revolvers were built using a heavier frame designed to handle the pressures produced by .44 Mag. ammunition. In order to make these popular wheelguns a little smaller and lighter, the frame was traded …

Article first appeared at NRAmedia.org NRAmedia – Most women will rejoice that the Italian gunmaker’s new shotguns sport an A-grade satin walnut finish instead of a color typically associated with gender. After all, if a woman is to remain competitive on the clays range or in the field, her gun must command …

Article first appeared at NRAmedia.org NRAmedia – A shotshell that offers reduced recoil and increased shotgun capacity—yet delivers the kind of punch to stop a criminal attack—could be ideal for home defense, but you need to make sure it cycles reliably. Most shotguns are designed around 2¾” or 3” shells, so you …