Category Archives: GUNS Insider

Both Ends Of The Scale


A Light-For-Caliber .45-70 And A Heavy-for-caliber .22 Long Rifle both give better-than-expected performance. By Payton Miller Hornady’s LeverEvolution ammo has

Shootable Stuff


Two Relatively Little-Known Ammo Brands Shouldn’t Stay A Secret For Long. Most of us are already familiar with the mega-players

Take a Peek!


Aperture rifle sights—peep, receiver, ghost ring—are head and shoulders above “open iron.” I was introduced to the virtues of aperture

Upland Tune-Up


Ready For Quail, Chukar, Bandtail, Pheasant Or Late-Season Dove? Better Start Breaking Clay. Giving kids a shotgun tune-up prior to

“Semi” Snubbie


An Extra Inch Turns This J-frame Into “Something Special.” I don’t quite remember how this whole 3-inch snubbie kick came

A Sound Approach


Hearing Is Perishable. So Keep Pushing Back The “Sell-By” Date I began shooting at a time when the concept of

Recoiling From Reality


Face it. Getting older Means “Those Kicks Just Keep Gettin’ Harder…” It’s funny, but when it comes to hunting rifles,

Miles Of Aisles


SHOT Show! A Showcase For Shooters Of Every Stripe. Navigating through mammoth crowds of shooters, exhibitors and assorted industry types

Sensible Special-ization


Revolving Results: Having a 3-Gun Workout With A Trio Of Standard-Pressure .38 Special Defensive Loads Is An Educational Experience. More

Like Night And Day


The Right Ammo, Guns And Optics Help Make Texas Hog Hunting An Around-The-Clock Business. A recent hog hunt in West