Looking to stand out on the range or to blend into the background while in the field? It is hard to beat an aftermarket finish on your gun to get it done. At no previous time have there been as many choices in colors, patterns and techniques to customize the look of your gun. While modern … Read more about What Is the Best Aftermarket Gun Finish? A Guide to Some Colorful Options
During the past few years, regular readers of online gun blogs and forums have been exposed to a great deal of marketing when it comes to gun lubes. Everything from "you can eat it" to "nano technology" has been thrown into lubricant ads to entice buyers into picking one brand over another. Some of … Read more about Fireclean v. Tuohy Lawsuit
I recently had the chance to attend the inaugural Make Big Noise firearms demonstration at the G4S International Training facility in Shackleford, VA. The event was organized by Laura Burgess Marketing. Various writers from around the industry were invited to the facility and met with various … Read more about Make Big Noise 2014
One of our own lost all of his worldly possessions in a house fire. Matt DeVito is a firearms instructor and Second Amendment advocate. He's also a stand up guy. His family is in need of everything from clothes to school supplies to food. Another of our community set up a fundraiser page for … Read more about Help Needed
Beretta USA announced they will expand operations with a new manufacturing and R&D plant located in Gallatin, Tennessee. The new operation will be a $45 million investment that will include the addition of 300 employees. Beretta is moving fast, and expects to complete construction on the new … Read more about Beretta Moves South – Welcome Y’all!
This is not a political website. While I happen to think the golfer-in-chief is just about the worst person possible to hold the office, I didn't much care for the prior three office holders either. But, I would not want to see violence befall President Obama or any other elected official. That's … Read more about Obama Targets: An Idea Who’s Time Should Never Come
Ed. note: This is the final part of a three part series called Why So Many Guns? This installment covers long guns such as rifles and shotguns. Part 1 is here and part 2 is here. THE VENERABLE SHOTGUNS Having begun archery hunting 3 years ago, I have really come to appreciate the skill, … Read more about Why So Many Guns – Long Guns
Ed. note: This is part two of a three part series called "Why so many guns?" Click here to read part one of this series. PISTOL OR REVOLVER? Another consideration in handguns is that between revolvers and semi-automatic handguns. Revolvers have been around since before the Civil War, but … Read more about Why So Many Guns – Handguns
The first time I shot a gun was when I was about 5 years old! My family was visiting a friend in Alabama, and dad took his shotgun with plans to do some squirrel and bird hunting while there. I was so enamored with the guns that my dad finally relented and helped me shoot his Winchester 12-gauge … Read more about Why So Many Guns?
Smith & Wesson and Walther have begun to part ways. According to information released by S&W in an earnings conference call on June 28, 2012, it is pretty clear why the split is coming: sales and margins. But the split is not a complete parting of ways. In fact, 2/3 of the current … Read more about Walther is a “…shrinking piece of business”