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4 Simple Changes That'll Make You a Better Shooter

What's the first thing to change? Yourself! Here's how...

Secrets of Handgun Grip

Here's why that "perfect" gun might not be working out for you.

Trigger Pull Weight: Is Lighter Always Better?

That all depends on the shooter, the gun and its intended purpose.

5 Fast, Affordable Gun Upgrades You (Yes, You) Can Do

You don’t have to be mechanically inclined to customize your favorite firearm.

Escort Slugger $220 Pump-Action Shotguns Available Now

When we saw these at the 2020 SHOT Show, we knew they'd be a hit...for...

Home Defense for Newbies: Pistol-Grip-Only Shotguns vs. Pistol-Caliber Carbines

Both platforms are excellent choices, but there are some things newbies need to know.

10 Ways to Help Teach Safe Gun Handling

Taking a new shooter under your wing is a noble undertaking. Here's how to do...

2020's Best New Budget Pistols, Rifles & Shotguns

Eight of the best bang-for-your-buck gun bargains to start your New Year off right.

SHOT 2020: $220 Escort Slugger Shotguns!

Need a wallet-friendly home-defense shottie? Here you go, Slugger!

How to Use a Field Shotgun For Home Defense

Can Grandpa's old Skeet gun be used for self-defense? Yes, and here's how!

How to Properly Fit a Shotgun

Fit is crucial when it comes to shotgunning. Gunsite instructor Il Ling New breaks it...

3-Gun: Family-Friendly Shooting Sport

Here's a fun shooting sport your whole family will love.

Pistol Grip Shotguns: Great or Gimmick?

A staunch supporter of full-sized scatterguns takes another look at pistol grips.

2019's 10 Best Bargain Pistols, Rifles & Shotguns

This year, it's all about budget-friendly quality.

9 Best Budget Home-Defense Shotguns

Home defense doesn't have to be expensive; here's proof!

4 Simple Changes That'll Make You a Better Shooter

What's the first thing to change? Yourself! Here's how...

Secrets of Handgun Grip

Here's why that "perfect" gun might not be working out for you.

Trigger Pull Weight: Is Lighter Always Better?

That all depends on the shooter, the gun and its intended purpose.
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