More and more people are seeing the value of weapon lights like the Crimson Trace Rail Master Pro Universal Laser Sight with Tactical Light and laser sights for their firearms. Laser sight-equipped pistols certainly make sense for personal protection and offer advantages that you simply can’t get with traditional iron sights.
No matter what type of shooting sports you enjoy – rifle, pistol, action, 3-gun, trap, skeet, sporting clays, hunting – eye and ear protection are mandatory. If you’ll be firing a gun or even be around someone else who will be firing a gun – you must wear shooting glasses.
If you are a shooter or hunter considering getting started in handloading ammo or just looking to save a little cash on ammunition, here are some basic tips to expand your reloading knowledge.
Practicing with your firearm and live ammunition—whether at a shooting range or in the field—is unquestionably the best training for hunting season and shooting scenarios. However, winter’s icy grip can make this difficult to accomplish during the off-season.
Across the country, the popularity of the shooting sports continues to grow. Men, women, youngsters are all enjoying competitive, tactical, and recreational shooting in greater numbers than ever before. Hundreds of thousands joined the ranks last year. So chances are pretty good you have shooters – especially new shooters – on your Christmas gift-giving list. Bass Pro Shops is here to help with gear to earn you big smiles and warm hugs when the wrappings come off.
After recently attending the Thompson Long Range Shooting School in Utah, here are five things I learned.
#1. Right Caliber in Right Rifle
In last week's blog, My Experience at a Long Rage Shooting School: Ballistics 101, I talked about the rifle and