Craig Boddington shares the features he likes on this rimfire version of SIG’s centerfire 556 semi-auto carbine.
David Fortier and Richard Venola cut loose on the history, features and on the range with this classic World War…»
Join Bart Skelton at the range as he shoots it out with the S&W Models 60 and 627 Pro.
Are there benefits to a dedicated rimfire AR-15 over a conversion? Join Dick Metcalf on the range as he answers…»
Join David Fortier and Richard Venola as they shoot it out over the history and features of the VZ 2000.
Join Richard Venola and Craig Boddington on the range as they work over Stag’s AR-15 chambered in 6.8 SPC.
Ruger’s Mark Gurney explains the operation and features of Ruger’s piston-driven AR-15.
Payton Miller explains the benefits of Benelli’s inertia system with the Benelli Ultra Light 20 Gauge .
This modular shotgun is perhaps the most advanced semi-auto of our time.
David Fortier and Garry James test an original 1836 Hall Carbine.
Remington’s Rolling Block is one of the guns that helped usher firearms into the modern cartridge age.
The Smith & Wesson Model 2 revolver was one of the most popular early Smith & Wesson revolvers.
Ruger’s entry into the ultra small, lightweight, semi-auto concealed carry market.
The classic double/single-action auto pistol is still a mainstay in the handgunning world with the FNH FNP-45.
This is the gun that displaced the powerful and reliable Colt Single Action Army for the US military.
In a joint venture, Hornady and Ruger team up to create a new big bore rifle called the Ruger Hawkeye Alaskan…»
Dick Metcalf gives us a range review of Springfield’s XD Ambi pistol in .45 ACP.
Hunt with a slug gun? If so, then Nikon’s new Slug Hunter with BDC reticle may be the scope for…»
Federal’s new Black Cloud shotshells cast a large shadow over other typical steel shot loads.
Hornady’s Critical Defense ammunition is aimed specifically at personal defense and its unique requirements.
Dick Metcalf and Sheriff Wilson provide a range review of the FNH 2000 bullpup carbine.
What makes Federal think it can break the curse of the .32 caliber with the new .327 Magnum round?
Bart Skelton gives us a first-time look at some of the favorite guns used by his Father, Skeeter Skelton.
Watch the range review of Smith & Wesson’s M&P semi-auto pistol now available in .45 ACP.
Nikon’s new laser range finder includes an inclinometer to help compensate for shooting at steep angles.
The .338 Marlin Express duplicates the ballistics of the .30-’06 with180-grain bullets out to 600 yards.
Dick Metcalf takes a look at the field performance of the Hornady .17 Mach 2 rimfire cartridge.
We review the civilian version of the FNH P90, the FNH PS-90 5.75 Carbine that came out of a NATO program…»
Craig Boddington shares the benefits and uses of two very different Nikon Monarch riflescopes.
Though the AK-47 has overshadowed the SKS to a large degree, this early semi-auto rifle still has a lot going…»
The .22 cartridge may be more than 150 years old, but it’s still a great cartridge, especially when chambered in…»
Technical Editor Dick Metcalf says that the Smith & Wesson Sigma pistols might just be the most under-appreciated semi-auto pistol…»
Rob Leatham explains the total re-engineering it took to create Springfield’s EMP pistol.
We review two new additions to Franchi’s I-12 line of easy-recoiling semi-auto shotguns.
Garry James reviews the latest version of one of Ruger’s most popular rifles, the NRA Ranch Rifle.
Technical Editor Dick Metcalf reviews his favorite Truglo handgun optic– the TruGlo 2X Multi-Reticle Dual-Color Dot Sight.
This top-notch bolt-action military rifle had a very short time in service. Watch as Garry James and David Fortier field…»
Join Dick Metcalf at the Ruger factory for a behind the scenes look at the SR9 pistol.
David Fortier and J. Guthrie review two totally different AR-15 rifles from DPMS; one in 6.5 Creedmoor for long-range competition,…»
Thompson/Center enters the military and law-enforcement market with the super accurate bolt-action Warlord rifle based on the Icon action.
Garry James and David Fortier fire an original Philadelphia Deringer in .41 caliber similar to the one used by John…»
Handguns have been used for decades for personal defense. Here’s a look back at a Colt 1877 Thunder Revolver carried…»
This Classic Test looks at one of the first military rifles converted from a muzzleloader to a cartridge gun.
Are reproduction Colts any good? Let’s see with the Uberti Model 1873 Cattleman.
The SCAR is FNH’s civilian answer to the military SOCOM rifle.
100 years later, why does the 1911 still have shooter appeal?
According to Mark Twain, the Allen Pepperbox revolver could be a “cheerful weapon.”
Rob Leatham explains and demonstrates the features that raise the XD to the power of “M.”