To be a truly responsible gun owner, it requires the additional training of your most powerful weapon for self-defense: Your mind
The new Team Tactics course, at Gunsite, a three-day training experience designed to teach two people how to work as a team in personal defense situations.
Knowing what each of the variables that affect your bullet's path is and how they may make a difference to your bullet’s trajectory are an important part of successfully shooting at longer ranges.
Watch Jeremy Stafford explain the difference in impact between slugs, birdshot, and buckshot while he dispels common myths about each and highlights the best option for home defense.
When it comes to defining a shotgun in the eyes of the law, the answer to the question "Would a shotgun by any other name still be a shotgun" can be tricky.
The is no greater responsibility for gun-owning parents than to teach their entire family about firearm safety, safe gun handling, and to practice safe firearm storage.
With credentials hard-earned over decades of military and law enforcement use, Mossberg tactical firearms and accessories make the perfect gifts.
Long range shooting tips for the new shooter and even the veteran who wants to focus on the fundamentals.
Practice these shotgun sling techniques, offered by law enforcement trainer and USMC veteran, Jeremy Stafford. Can be used on rifles as well as shotguns.
The ergonomic, top-mounted safety switch on the Mossberg prove to be crucial for several reasons, namely speed, grip, and ease of "Administrative Tasks"
There are lots of people that can shoot their guns, but shooting is only a piece of the tactical puzzle. To manipulate or "run your gun" is what separates pros from posers.
I want to tell you about the first time I used the 590A1 in combat because it’s something that sticks with you, if you know what I mean.
Army Ranger, Sniper Team Leader, and Long Range Shooting Instructor Ryan Cleckner covers everything you’ll need to know about Minute of Angle.
What should you do when you hear a bump in the night? At 2 am, your wife shouldn’t be asking, “Did you hear that?” If she did, you need to be ready to react.
Watch as Clint Smith, President and Training Director of Thunder Ranch takes on the role of myth buster in a video that explores shotgun patterning at common in-the-home distances.