Eva Shockey’s New Book Chronicles a Triumphant Return to Alaska After a Brush with Death.
In the Land of the Midnight Sun, those who traverse the Last Frontier must choose to carry or not carry,
At one time back in the day, inside most police cars were equipped with an M-870 shotgun. Then theres an
Shortly before the most recent national election, I received an alert on my iPhone suggesting that I follow Hillary Clinton
Welcome to our expanded April issue, chock-full of insightful and engaging articles and a passel of products, many of which
I recently had the good fortune to spend a few hours chatting with Olympic shooting champion Kim Rhode on a
The iconic Colt 1847 Walker Revolver was the game changer of the old west. Ian from Forgotten Weapons takes a
Anyone that has trained as a marksman in the military or law enforcement will remember that to quickly neutralize a
Day one of the 2017 SHOT Show was heralded with a flurry of emailed press releases and event announcements that
In this segment of NRATV, Colin Noir and Travis Haley of Haley Strategic are discussing the subject of “teaching gun
ear readers of the American Shooting Journal: I come to you this month with hat in hand, shoulders slumped and a defeated
f you haven’t figured out by now that the American Shooting Journal is very supportive of and respects our boys
ecap of the SHOT Show? My feet are still soaking, and our writers are diligently scribbling new and epic stories.
Review by Danielle Breteau • Photographs courtesy of Dawn Zlotek Almost everyone has been to Las Vegas, and if you