When it comes down to it, the best gun for home defense is the one you can get to the quickest and effectively use. To help narrow down your choices, we’ve created a list of the top 5 best guns for home defense based on: ease of use, functionality, availability, and reliability.
It doesn't matter if you're practicing for accuracy, training for self-defense, getting more accustomed to how your gun shoots, or preparing for competitions, you'll need somewhere to shoot. But where should that be done? Read on to find out where you can safely shoot your gun.
A prime and necessary component of all things firearm, gunpowder is at the core of shooting. That being said, it's rarely something we as gun owners think about. Who invented it? And Why? Read on for the history of gunpowder!
Many people consider guns as a relatively modern invention but, in actuality, firearms date back about a thousand years. Read on to learn more about the history of the gun and follow its evolution into the modern era.
The age requirements to purchase a handguns or long guns are dependent upon which type of gun you're buying and where you’re buying them. To make it a little easier to understand what the age requirements are for buying a gun, we've created a handy state-by-state list of how old you must be to purchase a gun.
Now that you're a new firearm owner, it doesn't stop there. Changing parts, swapping barrels, adding attachments — you'll discover virtually never-ending possibilities for enhancing and personalizing your firearm. With that in mind, we've compiled a list of a few things to get you started.
Whether you're shopping for your first gun or taking someone to the range for the first time, it's best to ease into firearms and shooting. Consider guns that are fun to shoot and don't have as much recoil. Read on for the five handguns we consider to be best for first-time shooters.
Rust can occur on guns for a variety of reasons. Maybe you bought an antique; maybe moisture got into your safe; maybe your firearms were rained on while you were shooting. Whatever the reason, how rust gets to your guns is less important than the timely action you take to deal with the problem.