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The Myth Of Unarmed Attackers

  Defending against the “Unarmed” attacker. By Seth R. Nadel For a long time, a stir has been made about the fact that a deceased attacker was unarmed, and so should not have been shot. These days, it’s not uncommon for a family member or friend, neither of whom were …

Best Hunting Knives For Your Trophy

  By Pete Rogers As the morning light eased away the darkness. Small shadows gradually grew longer by the second. When there was enough light in the oak ridge I picked up my rattling antlers and began attacking the antlers with force. Everything happened so fast. I am still not …

Mossberg 500: Thunder Ranch Edition

  By Trampas Swanson Regardless if the discussion is about duck hunting, skeet shooting, or Military / Law Enforcement duty, the 12 gauge pump shotgun has undoubtedly played the largest roll, across the board, than any other firearm platform in history. As we began to cover late last year, two …

My Accidental Scout Rifle

By Kip Staton I didn’t set out to build a scout rifle. But when a family member told me we may have a chance this fall to shoot hogs on his property, I opened the safe to see what I had to hunt in heavy brush with. Nothing immediately stood …

Geared-Up for Hunting Success in Kyrgyzstan

  By Tony Martins There are few things in life more satisfying than establishing a lofty goal and then working hard to achieve it. Honestly, I’m not sure what motivates a man in his Medicare years to attempt one of the most extreme and difficult mountain hunts in the world. …

Black Friday Deals – Learn More

  It’s Black Friday and there are countless deals swirling around the web. Here at 1800GunsAndAmmo, we have a great selection of our own Black Friday deals, and we thought we’d highlight some of our favorites for the overwhelmed shopper. Better act fast though, these deals won’t be around for …

Have You Ever Wondered?

  By Pete Rogers Have you ever wondered? Have you ever sat, breeze against your cheek as dawn breaks through the horizon and wondered? Have you found yourself holding your breath mesmerized at the light that transforms fear ridden darkness into familiar comforting surroundings? Yellowish rays slicing through barren trees, …

Long Range Shot Process: Kestrel Is Key

  By Kip Staton I’ve always struggled with cold bore shots, and the culprit is almost always the wind. Frankly, my wind calling skills are not that great. Sure, after the first shot, I can walk things in fairly predictably. I even get lucky every now and then with a …

THE BOBCAT: A Woman’s Shoulder Holster!

  By Linda M. Gilbertson In the 70’s, I didn’t wear a shoulder holster as a civilian or in Law Enforcement. At the time, women were a very small minority wearing shoulder holsters and what was available for this type of concealed carry was designed for men’s body type …