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Selecting A Versatile AR Lower Receiver

  By Jorge Amselle One of the greatest things about the AR platform is just how incredibly versatile it can be. Since the only part of the rifle that is legally considered a gun is the lower receiver (which contains the fire control group) and since it is so simple …

The Benelli MP 95E Atlanta

  By Mike Searson Every shooter has a list of firearms that will end up in his will. That is: they will never be sold under any circumstances whatsoever. The shooter will live under a bridge with those guns stashed somewhere before he sells one to pay for a meal …

The Anatomy Of A Rifle Scope

  By David Link If this is your first rifle scope purchase, then you need to familiarize yourself with all the basic parts of a rifle scope. Even if this isn’t your first purchase, it never hurts to brush up on your rifle scope anatomy if you’re not familiar with …

Hunting With Airguns

  By Tony Martins Interest in hunting with airguns is growing. In fact, this is one of the few segments of the hunting industry that is growing, and for good reasons. Airguns are safer and quieter than firearms, they are less expensive to shoot and ammo is readily available, and …

The History Of The Shotgun

  By Luke Brandenburg Did you know that the first ancestors of the modern-day shotgun were developed over 450 years ago? The powerful shotguns we know and love today have a very long and interesting history behind them. The modern shotguns we know today come from a long, proud history …

Give 10 Minutes This 4th Of July

  By Seth R. Nadel JULY! The real summer time is here. Time for picnics, barbeques, hikes, swimming, and all the vacation things you have been thinking of all winter. And the month kicks off with the grand holiday, the three day weekend of the 4th of July! Parades, hot …

Maximum Distance For Hunters

  By John M. Buol Jr. The most important thing a hunter can learn about field marksmanship is a realistic assessment of personal skill, what sort of shots currently can and can’t be brought off. It is far better to pass up a low percentage shot than to wound an …

Bore Sight Options

  By David Link There are many different ways to deploy a bore sight when zeroing your scope, laser sight or iron sights. The wise shooter knows that it’s best to zero your scope at home before you head out to the range, and there is no better way to …

Five Reasons You Shouldn’t Reload Your Own Ammunition

  By Kip Staton It’s nearly the summer of 2015, and by now even the most casual of shooters are familiar with the economically harsh realities of being an American gun owner during tumultuous legislative times. Ammunition in all calibers is expensive, and it’s not getting any cheaper, or easier …