Smith & Wesson, along with sister company Thompson/Center Arms , recently introduced a benefit for America's military service members, the "Thank You For Your Service" military appreciation program--and it's the kind of "thank you" that fills the wallet as much as the heart. That's right: Sweet, sweet cash rebates purchasing the high-quality handguns and rifles you trust … [Read more...] about Military Service Members: Smith & Wesson, T/C Arms Offering Deep Discounts
Guns & Ammo
If you're working on your long-range game, the mad scientists who run Hornady Manufacturing's Ballistic Development Group have A Tip for you: the new A-Tip line of match bullets. The "A" stands for "aluminum," because polymer tips are so mainstream, man. Just kidding: That long, uniform, precision-machined aluminum tip has a real use, besides being something new and different … [Read more...] about Aluminum-Tip Bullets? Hornady Says Yes!
Everybody loves quick shot-to-shot follow-up, but not everyone loves (or can have) semi-autos. The curtain came up on a number of very interesting things at the NRA Annual Meetings in Indianapolis this past weekend, but a new trend in long guns made a surprising debut: Henry Repeating Arms and Marlin both introduced new, updated versions of the tried-and-true lever guns that … [Read more...] about Rise of the Lever Gun: Henry & Marlin Enter 21st Century
I’ve got such a rager right now. Hunting with handguns can be a hell of a challenge, but over the years I’ve come to trust the power, accuracy, and reliability of a big-bore revolver with a long barrel against animals big and small. So when Taurus introduced the Raging Hunter revolver chambered in .44 Magnum last year, I sat up and took notice. This year, they’ve followed … [Read more...] about Taurus’ Raging Hunter Revolver in .357 Magnum
Shut up and take my money. Once upon a time, if you wanted to carry a concealed handgun, you carried a derringer. Simply designed with either a single or double barrel, these itty-bitty one- or two-shot guns were carried by men and women alike as protection against danger that walked on four legs, two legs, or--in today's case in point--none. Although the world of concealed … [Read more...] about Guns I Probably Shouldn’t Want, But Do: Bond Arms Snake Slayer