• GW-1312-EXPERTS-02a
  • Ask The Experts: Co-Ed Concealed

     CO-ED CONCEALED   Question: My daughter is leaving for college in the Midwest and wants a gun for personal protection. She will be living off-campus, is not interested in a shotgun or semi-automatic rifle, but she has fired a couple … Continue reading »

  • The edge of the palm is positioned against the cocking handle to keep it to the rear while the thumb is pushing the eight-round clip into the magazine of the Garand. Once the thumb is pulled clear of the bolt’s path, the hand may be pulled away from the bolt allowing it to go forward chambering the first round.
  • Ask The Experts: GARAND THUMB

    Question: I’ve always been very interested in World War II and want to get a Garand rifle. I’ve read, however, that you have to be careful when using the Garand not to get “Garand Thumb.” What is that? —Steve F., … Continue reading »

  • The velocity of some shotshells are still conveyed as dram equivalent (Dr. Eq.) rather than in actual muzzle velocity.
  • Ask the Experts-Gauging Shotguns

    We do the research so you don’t have to…   GAUGING SHOTGUNS Reader Question: I don’t understand how the gauge of a shotgun is determined. With rifles and pistols the caliber designation is frequently based on the diameter of the … Continue reading »

  • GW-1311-BACK-04
  • Flashback Friday-November 2008

    In his cover review and test of SIG Sauer’s P250 in November of 2008, author Stan Trzoniec called it “A pistol for all seasons.”

  • This SCCY CPX-2 pistol has a manual safety.  The safety was positive in its function and operated very smoothly.
  • SCCY’s the Limit

      SCCY’s the Limit The CPX Offers Desirable Features in an American Made, Economy-Priced 9mm   Telling someone they can get an American-made double-stack 9mm semi-auto for $299 is like offering to sell oceanfront property in Nebraska. People will seriously … Continue reading »

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