New Episodes of First Person Defender are Back for Self-Defense Saturdays!

MANDEVILLE, LA – Episodes of Gun Talk’s First Person Defender® are back! First Person Defender is celebrating #SelfDefenseSaturday as new episodes debut on YouTube, Facebook, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire, and every week through Saturday, November 24th. Watch the new episode, plus the past three episodes now: NEW – Episode 4: Episode 3:... Read More

HEVI-Shot, Ruger, SIG, Smith & Wesson, Kimber – This Week on Guns & Gear

Mandeville, LA –  This week on Guns & Gear, we’re shooting HEVI-Shot’s HEVI-Duty Centerfire ammo, the seven-shot GP100 from Ruger, SIG’s M400 SDI rifle, Smith & Wesson’s Performance Center T/C LRR., and Kimber’s Aegis Elite. Guns & Gear showcases the latest and greatest products in the firearms industry with interviews, range demonstrations, tips and training... Read More

Why Whitetail Rendezvous is a great partner for your business

Why Whitetail Rendezvous – Business want to maximize their exposure to their market niche. If you looking for the following demographics let Whitetail Rendezvous help you reach them 24/7 365. •If you have a deer tag in your wallet: You are most likely a married white male between the ages of 35 and 44.... Read More

9 Part Dall Sheep Series

A 9 ParT SERIES iN SEARCH OF RAMS Follow along on this 9 part series as Randy embarks on the hunt of a lifetime, chasing Dall Sheep in an over-the-counter unit in Alaska. As if the hunt wouldn’t be challenging enough, Randy’s cameraman, Marcus Hockett, also has a tag increasing the stakes as they attempt... Read More

AmmoLand Shooting Sports News Celebrates Ten Years of Publishing

U.S.A. –( AmmoLand Shooting Sports News is proud to report that October 2018 will mark ten years of publishing on the world wide web. Back then we called ourselves the Ammoland News and Business Directory. You can see one of our first posts here that featured the song “Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition”,... Read More

Ruger’s Precision Rimfire – This Week on Guns & Gear

Mandeville, LA – This week on Guns & Gear, it’s the Precision Rimfire from Ruger; Crimson Trace Laserguards for SIGs; Springfield Armory’s 911 .380 handgun; Sig Sauer’s bonded V-Crown ammo; DoubleStar Corp.’s ARP7 AR pistol; and Aguila Ammunition’s hollow point ammo. Guns & Gear showcases the latest and greatest products in the firearms industry with... Read More

Women Who Shoot High-Power Competitions – Serena Juchnowski

Though some of the most recognized and popular figures in the shooting sports today are women, there are not as many girls involved in competitive shooting as there could be. If one visits the National Matches held annually at Camp Perry, Ohio, one will see firsthand the disparity between the number of female and male competitors. Anyone on the firing line will tell you that women seem to have a natural advantage as shooters. This leads us to the question: Why are there not as many females involved as males?      Sara Rozanski, now a member of Team CMP (Civilian Marksmanship Program) and an incredibly accomplished high-power shooter, noted that when she shot on the ORPA (Ohio Rifle and Pistol Association) Junior High Power Rifle Team, she was one of six girls on the team. While she acknowledged that “there’s definitely a lot more females shooting in general,” she agreed that the lack of scholarships is a significant factor in the lack of female participation in high power. Rozanski sums up the sport well, saying that “High power is…not a lucrative sport. You can’t get scholarships on it. You don’t win a lot of money on it. It’s more or less…about shooting the best for yourself and then the prestige of whatever match you’re shooting in…you’re more or less just shooting for yourself to see if you can shoot better than the time you did before. It’s kinda weird. Not many people, I think, go into a sport unless they’re kinda getting something out of it other than for themselves, they’re either getting money out of it or huge awards or huge notoriety, that’s not this sport at all.” In other words, if girls are going to pick a shooting sport, many will choose one that will help them in some other way.  ... Read More

HOWA Rifles – This Week on Guns & Gear

Mandeville, LA – This week on Guns & Gear, check out Legacy Sport’s HOWA and Lithgow rifles, Precision Match bullets from Barnes Bullets, Springfield Armory’s 1911 Pro, Timney Triggers’ SIG MPX trigger, ATN’s X-Sight 4K Pro, and Smith & Wesson’s M&P Shield M2.0 family with Crimson Trace lasers. Guns & Gear showcases the latest and... Read More

1986 Miami Shootout – This Week on Tom Gresham’s Gun Talk

Mandeville, LA – It’s one of the most infamous law enforcement gun battles in America, a chance to own a piece of history, and more, this Sunday on Tom Gresham’s Gun Talk®, the original nationally-syndicated talk show about guns and the shooting sports. This Sunday, Tom’s talking with retired F.B.I. agent Ed Mireles, author of... Read More