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How Red-Dot Sights Help Aging Eyes (& Everyone Else Too)

The rise of the reflex sight is making shooting fun and accurate for beginners and...

Video Review: Uberti's 1875 No. 3 Revolver

A modern reproduction of an Old West classic!

Gun Safety: How Passive Safety Systems Work

Here's the skinny about how passive safety systems work.

S&W Adds New Concealed-Carry-Perfect M&P M2.0 Subcompact Pistol

It's everything you love about the M2.0...just smaller!

Female Shooters On: Semi-Autos vs. Revolvers

It's an age-old question. We polled some prominent shooters to get their thoughts.

Manual Safeties On Carry Guns: Pro Vs. Con

Should your CCW firearm have a manual safety? We examine the pros and cons.

Self-Defense For the Disabled: Awareness

In another installment in his series on self-defense for those with disabilities, Bob Boyd takes...

Can You Use a .22LR For Self-Defense?

It's the easiest cartridge to shoot, but does it have enough stopping power?

Exercising With Firearms

Hiking, biking, and jogging are great ways to lose weight and get in shape. But...

The Ins and Outs of Handgun Safes

Whether for added security at home, on the road or in your luggage, a small...

4 Things You Need to Know When Picking a Kid's First Rifle

There's no one-size-fits-all solution, but here are some things to consider.

10 Great Rimfire Revolvers

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

Safety Alert: Smith & Wesson M&P15-22

If yours was manufactured before February 1, 2019, please read this!

Survival & Home-Defense Carbine Rifles 101

When it comes to self-defense, don't overlook these "mini rifles."

What NRA Women REALLY Want For Valentine's Day

Want to score points on the day all women want to be spoiled?

Self-Defense Revolvers FAQ

Here are the top four wheelgun wanna-knows from our readers.

How to Orient Your AR-15 Trigger

How an elephant and a grasshopper can keep your AR-15 trigger orientation correct.
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