Have You Seen GUNSMARTS Yet?
Have you seen our video series GUNSMARTS™? Our goal is to educate and inform those who have recently purchased their first firearm to help them become confident and responsible members of the firearms community.
SHIELD™ PLUS IS NOW OPTICS READY
When the M&P®9 Shield™ Plus launched earlier of this year, we were excited to expand the M&P line with a maximum capacity micro-compact pistol. Now we are more excited than ever to share the newest addition to the Shield Plus line up.
There's often discussion surrounding the importance of Hunter's Safety, but what about safety for the non-hunter during hunting season? Wade Middleton shares some words of wisdom to keep everyone safe this season.
Shooting Sports: What is Steel Challenge?
So you want to improve your shooting? How about a competition for some motivation? The sound of ringing steel in the Steel Challenge might just be right up your alley.
Traveling with Firearms
Traveling with a firearm may sound like a nearly impossible task. It's not as complex as you might think if you follow these easy steps.
My intro to Wheelguns: MODEL 327 TRR8
Traditionally a Semi-Auto polymer pistol guy, Daniel Accord gives us the download on his first impressions of his dream revolver, the Performance Center® Model 327 TRR8.
Shield VS. Shield Plus
In the age where the micro-compact 9MM pistol has become the pistol of choice, how do you determine which one is the one?
A Smith & Wesson® like no other… The newest of new in the M&P lineup, the Smith & Wesson M&P®12 Bullpup Shotgun.
Intro to Shooting Sports
August is National Shooting Sports Month! Julie Golob shares where and how you can get started in the variety of shooting sports available today.
Snap Caps for All Skill Levels
Snap caps, the dummy rounds designed to hone fundamentals on and off the range.
Range Bag Essentials
While range bags will differ from person to person there are 5 essentials that they should all have. Ken Scott walks us through the top 5 components of every range bag.
The Art of Engraving
When firearm engraving started exactly is muddy, but art and firearms seem to have always had a connection. Even now, in our modern era, our factory engraver Dave is keeping the art alive with his hammer and chisel.