Firearms|Shotguns By Drew BryantJuly 12th, 2022, theloadoutblog.com Recently, Midwest Industries (MI) announced three new parts for the Benelli M4 shotgun. The new products coming from Midwest Industries are a new […]
News|Industry News Recently, Benelli had the pleasure of welcoming 24.7 Hunt to its Social Ambassador Program. What is 24.7 Hunt? The idea and goal behind 24.7 Hunt is to engage […]
Firearms|Shotguns Smith & Wesson has had tremendous success in the pistol market with the M&P series of handguns. Making some of the market’s best selling handguns for personal defense, concealed […]
Snapshot|Commentary 2020 Rewind Last year, was one of the best years for the firearms industry in recent memory. In 2020, we experienced the ramifications of the Covid pandemic, lockdowns, civil […]
Last month, Italian ammunition manufacturer Fiocchi announced its plan to expand their US operations with a new facility in Little Rock, Arkansas. The new facility will work in coordination with Fiocchi’s facility currently in Ozark, Missouri.
Welcome back to Beginner’s Guide To Firearms and Shotgun Basics: Part Two. In part one of Shotgun Basics we covered the 3 common types of shotguns, actions, and ammunition used in shotguns. In part two we will cover rare/obscure shotgun types, nomenclature, and firing cycle of a pump-action and semiautomatic shotgun.
Welcome to part five of the Beginner’s Guide To Firearm Basics. This week we are going to cover Shotgun Basics. Shotguns are much more in-depth than I planned on them being so it will be broken down into two separate parts. As, usual this guide is here to be an introduction into shotguns and their operation.
The most important thing every gun owner should have a complete and in-depth knowledge of is gun safety. Every new gun owner should know how to safely handle a weapon and store it within their homes. The man cause of gun accidents are laziness and complacency. At, no moment in time should you every be complacent with a firearm loaded or unloaded.
Last week, Impressum Media released the latest edition to their firearm encyclopedia. The new guide comes in a more practical interface compared to a 500 plus page encyclopedia. It comes in the form of a USB drive.