Mossberg has taken its workhorse Mossberg ATR (All-Terrain Rifle) bolt-action rifle, got together with Mossy Oak’s Deer THUGS TV series, and created the ATR Deer THUG rifles. Sticking with the Mossberg price point, they retail for under $500!
Available in .243 Win, .270 Win and .30-06 Sprg, each rifle features Mossy Oak Break-Up® Infinity™ camouflaged stocks and the “Deer THUGS” logo laser-engraved on the receiver. Honoring the THUGS (Today’s Hunters United for Good) moniker, Mossy Oak donates a portion of the proceeds from their Deer THUGS merchandise sales to the Wounded Warrior Project.
A nationwide boycott of Starbucks stores and its products will be launched on Valentine's Day to eliminate "the risk of guns in public places and ultimately to bring sane gun laws to the U.S."
This boycott is being called by the National Gun Victim's Action Council (NGAC), a network of 14 million gun victims, and is targeting Starbucks because it allows guns and assault weapons to be openly carried in its stores in 43 states, and concealed and carried in its stores in 49 states.
Competitive shooting and upland hunting are the heart and soul of Beretta’s shotgunning efforts—but there’s little doubt the world’s oldest firearms company knows how to make a good semi-auto for the duck marsh. The new A400 Xtreme, which has a 3 ½-inch chamber, has been designed inside and out to hold up to the rigors of hard-core waterfowling.
Optician Frank Robertson explains how to select the proper lens tint for your shooting glasses. For bright days Robertson suggests a purple lenses. For cloudy days use vermillion and for low-light conditions use light yellow. Here's why.
Kim Rhode will be competing in the Olympic Skeet event in 2012, where she hopes to break an Olympic record by winning five medals in five different Olympic Games. She talks with Phil Bourjaily about her practice routine and prep work leading up to the London games.
Jeromy Holmes of Dimensions is like a tatoo artist for guns. Give him a concept and he'll give you a totally custom paint job for your rifle. The gun pictured here had the serial number 666, so Holmes came up with an "evil" facelift for it. Check out the video and see for yourself.
At $3,900 this scope is an investment. The TARS (Tactical Advanced Rifle Scope) has a battery operated illumination system and serious MOA turrets. Internally it has less glass than rival scopes, which increases light transmission and makes it a brighter scope.