What every gun owner needs to know

What Every Gun Owner Needs to Know About Armed Self-Defense

While police departments are a necessary part of a civilized society and while many individual police officers are a credit to their profession and to society as a whole, there are several things that, contrary to popular belief, police are not.

70 Series Colt Combat Commander

The Great Colt Combat Commander Revisited

The wonderful thing about classic guns, like my Colt 1911, is that they are a lot like classic cars. With a little bit of attention and money they can be fixed up and made better than they ever were in the first place.

Is a Mossberg 500 a good gun?

Is a Mossberg 500 a Good Gun?

I can honestly say, without hesitation, that my Mossberg 500 is both the least expensive shotgun I’ve ever purchased and the most reliable shotgun I’ve ever owned. Now that is a pretty good combination if you ask me.

Why Carry a Revolver

Why Carry a Revolver?

When taken as a whole, small revolvers offer many benefits for concealed carry that small auto pistols simply do not. Revolver technology may be over 100 years old, but it still offers one of the best options for concealed carry today.

Why California CCW holders wont help with active shooters

Why California CCW permit holders probably won’t help with an active shooter

It’s a fact that concealed carry permit holders want to help and desire to save lives. Still, when they come to grips with the horrible consequences of doing so, many have told me that they probably won’t.

303 Lee-Enfield in the desert

The Lee-Enfield 303 British SMLE Rifle. An Honest Review.

Recently, I had a chance to take a Short Magazine Lee-Enfield (SMLE) to the desert and shoot it. The rifle was a No. 4 MK 1 and retained its original chambering in .303 British.

Remington Nylon 66 .22 Long Rifle

The Remington Nylon 66 – History and Review

We are very accustomed to polymer firearms in today’s world, but in the 1950’s the idea that a gun could be made almost entirely of plastic was new, to put it mildly. Since a Polymer gun had never been made prior to that time, the folks at Remington knew they had to get it right the first time.