Big Bore: How to Maximize Your .50 Caliber Rifle Fun

A few beginner lessons learned I’ve been shooting guns for roughly 38 years and have owned many guns, but I’d never owned a rifle chambered in .50 BMG. Still, I’ve had plenty of opportunities to shoot other people’s .50’s, though it was always mere “familiarization” fire, as opposed to spending hours becoming an expert with the […]

Class Review: Gunwerks Level 2 Advanced Long Range Shooting

If “class” sounds boring to you, that’s because few involve hitting a steel plate at one mile with Gunwerks. A mile…1,760 yards. But with expert instruction on reading and understanding the wind, advanced ballistics, calculating for such things as spin drift and Coriolis effect, and shooting techniques, Gunwerks’ L201 Advanced Long Range Shooting course will get […]

Three Must-Have Gunfighting Skills

As we pointed out in Three Things Every Concealed Carrier Should Always Carry, a gun, a comfortable holster and a phone are the basic tools you need for daily concealed carry. Sort those out and you’re good to go. As for “gun fighting skills,” once again, this article is aimed at newbies. People who need to […]

Hunting Basics: How to Field Dress a Deer [VIDEO]

  There’s a little bit more to hunting than just finding a deer and shooting it. In order to get the best tasting meat, you need a quick, clean kill followed by to field dressing, which means removing all the messy bits. You know, the ones that contain the bacteria and foul smelling stuff that […]

The 3 Hidden Dangers of ‘Gun-Free’ Zones

The greatest danger of a “gun-free” zone is, of course, the possibility of a bad actor or actors slaughtering unarmed innocents. Something that’s both sickeningly well-established and obstinately, irrationally ignored. But gun-free zones present other, less obvious dangers, too. Dangers gun owners need to be aware of in order to protect themselves and their property. […]