US Air Force Conducts Study Designed to Prevent Hearing Loss

Serving in the armed forces is an inherently risky job, and hearing loss is the most common health issue affecting American soldiers. After returning from one or more tours of duty, hearing loss and persistent tinnitus can make it difficult for veterans to find civilian jobs and lead healthy, comfortable lives. That’s why the Air… Read more »

Watch a Sharpshooter Play The National Anthem With a Rifle

The Internet has gifted us with all sorts of impressive displays of exhibition shooting, some of which are pretty eccentric and creative as well. Such is the case in this video of professional sharpshooter and ESP user Chris Cheng playing the Star Spangled Banner with an integrally suppressed Ruger 10/22. It might not be the… Read more »

Smith & Wesson Knocked out of Army Handgun Competition

Last year, the Pentagon released guidelines for the Modular Handgun System (MHS) – a contract competition designed to find a replacement for the much-maligned Beretta M9 service pistol. To qualify for the bidding process, candidate handguns must first outperform the M9 in terms of reliability, maintainability, durability, accuracy and ergonomics. They must also feature modular… Read more »

Introducing the Hunting Buddies Sweepstakes From ESP

With everyone gearing up for hunting season, we’re thrilled to announce that ESP is teaming up with our friends at Burnt Pine Plantation and TNT Outdoor Explosion to give one lucky winner and three of their friends the chance to win a 2 day quail hunt and a 3 night stay at one of our… Read more »

Firearm-Friendly Women’s Fashion Finds Its Market

If there were any lingering doubts about the influence women have had on the shooting world in recent years, they were certainly put to rest during the latest Olympic Games in Rio. This year, it was the girls who were bringing home the gold for the U.S. in shooting sports. Competitors like Ginny Thrasher and… Read more »

Scientists Look to Sea Anemones to Reverse Hearing Loss

The bottom of the ocean might be the last place you’d think to look for a cure to human hearing loss, but that’s exactly where the authors of a report published in the Journal of Experimental Biology hope to find one. The idea was born as the biologists studied the remarkable ability of sea anemones… Read more »