I’m kicking off this week’s mailbag with some gun-care commentary from one of my loyal readers. He offers a great suggestion — but I want to hear what YOU think. Take a look and then send an email to SPYfeedback@LFB.org.
Revolvers are very reliable and incredibly simple to operate — both desirable qualities, especially if you are a new shooter. Whether you are buying your first firearm or simply adding another gun to your collection, if you choose to carry a revolver, here are the top five revolvers to consider
This week’s mailbag covers a variety of questions from survival radios to propane storage and more. On your marks…
I own a quite a few different guns. What can I say? I’m a big gun guy. One of my favorite firearms is my 1911 — a pistol I think everyone should own. What makes the 1911 such an exceptional firearm? Find out in today’s alert.
It’s not often I read something that keeps me awake at night or makes my jaw hit the floor, but this week’s batch of must-read articles did both. Read on to find out why.
Several of the inquiries I received this week have to do with cybersecurity and security of digital communications. I’m glad so many readers are taking this stuff seriously — and taking the necessary steps to protect their information.
This edition of the weekly drop covers some advice on where to bug out when the SHTF, what electronics to protect in the event of an EMP, the best guns for home defense and one more item you could add to your escape bag. Let’s get started.
I recently had the pleasure of a visit from Laissez Faire club director Doug Hill and a few of the other great folks that work with us. I ran these guys through several drills to work on shooting in high stress situations. Here are four drills you can do at home to add some stress to your dry firing practice.