Review: Smith & Wesson Military & Police handgun line
Smith & Wesson expands its Military & Police handgun line.
Hornady Critical Defense: Quality self-defense ammo in niche calibers
The Critical Defense ammunition is manufactured for the most common self-defense pistol calibers, and even a few of those whose popularity is waning. But, if you are relying on something even less common, Hornady may still have you covered.
Armordillo concealment holsters: Quality Kydex at reasonable prices
Retention was excellent for both the gun holster and the double magazine pouch. With a gun inserted, I turned the holster upside down and shook it vigorously. The Glock stayed put, not slipping a bit. The same held true for the magazines in their carrier.
Budget hunting rifles: New addition from SHOT, plus some old favorites
Bolt action rifles remain very popular for hunting. Even with the widespread adoption of the AR-platform in many forms of hunting, the traditional bolt guns offer a number of advantages such as a wider range of caliber selection including some | Read More »
Ammo shortage: 2008 and now
Where has all the ammo gone?
Bersa BP9CC: Quality concealed carry at a reasonable price
If Glock made a single-stack model 19, I think that would be just about perfect. But they don’t, so like Diogenes seeking an honest man, I have continued my largely fruitless search.
SHOT Show 2013 recap
The threat of protesters was laughable, as I only managed to find about 10 standing outside one morning.
New Guns for the New Year
When this is published, I will be at the SHOT Show, seeing, learning about and even shooting some of the amazing new things that are scheduled to be released in 2013.
Folding rifles in pistol calibers
Probably the most interesting feature of the carbine, is that it can fold in half. I do not mean that the stock folds, I mean the whole gun folds in half. When you pull down on the trigger guard, you can rotate the front half of the carbine back onto itself, so that the front sight rests on top of the buttstock. This makes it darn handy for carrying around.
Self-defense in non-permissive environments
Spree killers, also known less-accurately as “active shooters,” tend to be cowards, and as such they will gravitate toward areas they believe less likely to be able to stop them. Areas like gun free zones.