A reminder that we shoot to protect the gun rights of the next generation.
“Daddy, I hit it!” my daughter exclaimed as she came off the rifle having fired her first shot. Perhaps I placed too much pressure on myself before that moment, but I felt relieved afterwards. Before I had kids, I was sure that I’d start teaching them how to shoot when they were four years old. After all, that’s when Dad
Kimber’s new Aegis Elite Custom OI combines functionality, modern styling and a pre-mounted optic.
According to Greek mythology, the aegis was the protective shield or breastplate handed down from Zeus, ruler of the Olympian gods, to his daughter Athena. It is referenced in Homer’s Iliad, and according to popular accounts, the aegis was adorned with golden tassels (or, in some cases, writhing serpents) with the head of the Gorgon Medusa at its
Federal Premium Ammunition sponsored shooter and world champion, Caitlin Connor.
Federal Premium Ammunition sponsored shooters and brand ambassadors, Vincent Hancock and Caitlin Connor, each won gold medals and were crowned world champions at the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Championship in Changwon, South Korea, held August 31 to September 15, 2018.
The two-time Olympic gold medalist Hancock picked up his fourth World Championship title in Men’s Skeet to close the World Championships.
Leupold didn’t cut quality with the new VX-Freedom.
Last March, I never grew tired as I patiently waited for a mature tahr bull to join a herd of nannys for an evening graze. Although the gathering never happened, the afternoon of scanning gave me time to consider the scope mounted on my rifle: a VX-Freedom 4-12x40mm that I was using to hunt three animals during the next seven days