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Top 6 Public Range No-Nos

Here's how NOT to act on a public range.

IDPA Competitions: Practical Guns & Practical Gear Build Practical CCW Skills

Get out of the target-shooting rut and become a better handgunner with International Defensive Pistol...

Top 3 Reasons to Take a New Shooter to the Range

It's one of the best things you can do for yourself, your friends and the...

4 Weird Things People Ask Women Who Carry Guns (and How to Answer)

The key to success is to keep your initial reaction on the inside.

10 Great Rimfire Revolvers

They come in all shapes and sizes, but .22 and .17 wheelguns are tons of...

5 Reasons to Take Mom to the Range

This year, give Mom the gift of self-defense.

The Importance of Shotgun Range Etiquette

Some advice from a five-time Olympic medalist on how to make yourself welcome at any...

How To Practice Drawing a Pistol From Concealment

Some tips to keep your CCW practice both safe and effective.

Millennial to Millennial: Talking About Hunting

When it comes to convincing your peers that hunting is hip, make sure it's all...

Review: Springfield EMP4 Concealed Carry Contour

This little CCW gun might just be better than bacon. (A bold claim, we know.)

How to Handle Squib Loads and Hangfires

The gun went bang...sort of. You know something's not right, and you know you need...

Gun Safety: The Road to Responsibility

Firearms safety is for the whole family.

NRA Air Gun Range at the Great American Outdoor Show

Lots of kids (adults, too) made the most of their time at the Great American...

4 Things To Learn Before Hunting

One of the trademarks of a good hunter is knowing when to shoot and when...

The Well Armed Woman

“They want to be here and their enthusiasm for shooting is contagious. We’ve become like...

5 Reasons To Take the Whole Family To the Great American Outdoor Show

It's everything your family could ever want, all under one roof.

Guns 101

Everything you wanted to know, but were afraid to ask.

Nighttime Orienteering: It's Not for Everyone!

A retired colonel explains why "land nav" in darkness can be risky.
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