If you participate in target shooting or hunting with a scope, you need to understand MOA or minute-of-angle. This number can help you understand a rifle’s accuracy, and it’s also important if you want to “zero in” a scope. It might seem complex, but this is actually a simple measurement that makes shooting more fun and rewarding.
Frangible ammunition is picking up steam as a round used by law enforcement for close-quarters situations. There are a number of reasons you might consider training with frangible ammo and a few disadvantages that you want to take into account as well.
If you’ve ever shopped for a pistol, one of the first questions you’ve probably had to answer is if you want a double action or a single action firearm. It may not matter once you get to the range but there are certain factors that could have you happy you knew the differences between single and double action pistols before buying.
If you shoot as much as we do, it’s inevitable that you’re going to need to change out your AR-15 barrel at some point. In this guide, we’ll go through the steps to swap out your old, worn barrel for a shiny, new and accurate replacement barrel.
How much time can you save with a magloader? Is it worth it? We put a couple models to the test with some time trials.
Getting a concealed carry permit is a big step for a lot of shooters and isn’t a responsibility that should be taken lightly. In this guide, Taylor will walk you through some things to consider when looking at getting a CCW and what his process was like.
While controversy swirls around the amount of land occupied by the federal government, the public status of land used by the Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service and United States Forest Service presents opportunities for shooting spaces and range time for target shooters savvy enough to know the laws.