Much like anything else in life worthy of investing time, selecting a handgun is deeply personal and should be something that takes time to determine how it fits your individual needs.
At a time when weather is a little more extreme, our guns get shot a little bit more and we use them outdoors more often, Summer is a good time to talk about firearms cleaning.
Why the “best” handgun for women is not any different than the “best” handgun for men, children, or anyone else.
Struggling with the ammo shortage? Stock and Barrel has ammo and a Lot of it! Let’s cut right to the action: Stock & Barrel was way ahead of the learning curve preparing for this ammo shortage. Anyone—not just Stock & Barrel members—can purchase up to three boxes daily (that’s 150 rounds) of 9mm ammunition. That’s […]
Three Gun, USPSA, IDPA, Steel challenge, Bullseye, Single Action Shooting Society a.k.a. Cowboy Action. All very different competitions yet all share one common set of commands. When the shooter stops the Range Safety Officer will say: “If Finished, unload, show clear.” After the shooter follows this command the Range Safety Officer will say: “If Clear, […]
I have experienced or witnessed five different types of revolver malfunctions in my decades of gun handling. The big difference between “jams” in revolvers and semi-automatic pistols is that most pistol malfunctions can be cleared fairly quickly. However, with a revolver, the malfunction will usually take you out of the fight. Here is what can […]