Snowboarding and Shooting: The Next Olympic Sport?

“The first recorded biathlon competition occurred in the 18th century between the militaries of Sweden and Norway,” businessinsider.com reveals. “The sport involves skiing long distances with occasional stops to shoot at targets. If a competitor misses a target, they are then required to ski a 150-meter penalty loop.” Boring! We can thank SilncerCo and pro […]

Gear Review: GAEMS Picatinny Rail Electronics Stands

The Picatinny quad rail is one of the most recognizable and adaptable M4 components. Many functional firearms curiosities have been born from the quad rail. This past September at Rainier Arms’ inaugural Northwest Shooting Sports Expo I was introduced to a company that has leveled-up the retro rail for the gaming industry, and the firearms […]

Ammo Weight Contest Winners Announced

Howdy y’all. I’m now a Texan. As our house won’t be move-in ready for a couple of weeks, one of the first things I did upon arriving was load precisely 547 lbs of ammunition into a storage unit… That’s right! 547 lbs means that two people (out of 1,206) guessed the weight dead-on in the […]

NSSF Expands Fantasy Camp to 3-Gun

Press release: The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) today announced its first-ever 3-Gun Shooting Sports Fantasy Camp. The 3-Gun Fantasy Camp is set for April 20-23 at the world-class Clark County Shooting Complex with hotel accommodations at the Aliante Casino + Hotel + Spa in Las Vegas. Modeled after the success of similarly designed events in […]

“Brady” Urinal Screen at 2017 Shot Show

There is not a conspiracy to put Brady urinal filters in the urinals at gun culture events. Just because they were at the Gun Rights Policy Conference held at the Sheraton Crescent Center in Glendale, Arizona in September, 2015, and at the Shot Show in Las Vegas in January, 2016, doesn’t mean it’s a conspiracy. […]