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.
If you're ready to trade in your current gun for something new, or just need to downsize your collection, it may time to sell your gun. Read on to discover what your options are, and how to get the best ROI.
You've taken the step of getting your concealed weapons permit and can carry your weapon without people having to see it. Use this guide to understand which states will honor your permit so you can understand where you can legally carry.
A situation might arise where you need to travel via air with your weapon. This guide answers many common questions related to flying with guns and ammo, including tips for arriving safely at your destination and ensuring smoother travels along the way.
Cleaning your gun regularly is a necessity to ensure proper operation, extend the life of your firearm, and get the most from your purchase. However, that doesn't mean it has to be a chore. In this guide, we'll break it down and have you cleaning like an expert in no time.