This is nothing new, but for those who don’t know, Cowboy Action is a competition similar to 3gun except they use old styled firearms. They use a revolver, shotgun and rifle. However they are all manually operated. Single action revolvers are used for the pistols. [Read More…]
Thanks to Mr. Revolverguy for sending this to us. He reviews Colt’s new Wiley Clapp Lightweight Commander Talo exclusive. He sums it up with “Everything you need, with nothing you don’t.” Check out his review over at Day at the Range.
One Source Tactical is selling a minimalist, yet fantastic minimalist holster system dubbed “The NPE” for “Non-Permissible environment”. The holster made by TSD Combat Systems is available for a variety of different handguns, and a matching [Read More…]
CMMG has now released the line of pistols, which are available now on their website. Made from their popular line of rifles, the pistols will have the same high quality that CMMG is known for. I foresee their line of pistols being popular, especially after the [Read More…]
1911 fans and shooters have another 22LR option to plink with. Browning has announced the release of their new A1 Desert Tan Full-Size & Compact Models: Full Press Release below: Morgan Utah: Browning’s popular 1911-22 pistol line grows in 2014 with the [Read More…]
With all the talk about 80% AR lowers, did you know that there are 80% 1911 lowers?Ares Armor sells them, but they are not the only game in town. Tactical Machining makes a railed 1911 frame. Only a $10 difference between 80% and 100%. The difference is the slide rails, [Read More…]
Prior to pillaging me for this articles’ title, I will state that this was the actual title for the entry on Beretta’s Blog. According to it, I am not racking my slide like a boss and I would suspect that many other shooters are likewise members of the [Read More…]
While I was down in Phoenix for the 3MR event, I learned that the trigger system had a coating on it called NP3. Also on hand for the media event was someone from ROBAR that was able to talk about the NP3 coating, and what it does. NP3 is a coating that is Electroless [Read More…]
Franklin Armory is selling a single-shot, 12 gauge conversion for the Beretta 92/96 series and Taurus 92 series pistols called the Convert. According to Franklin Armory, the Convert is available in two models: an AOW (any other weapon) and as a flare launcher. The [Read More…]
Before you complain, yes I agree, TFB content has been too legal heavy in the past couple of weeks. But this morning when I got the ATF letter I thought it would be beneficial to the community to post it. This letter affirms that it is perfectly legal for a shooter to [Read More…]
Recently, The Firearm Blog ran an article on the B&T VP-9. There have been a variety of comments and questions regarding the potential sale of the gun in the United States of America. The importation of sound suppressors into the USA are currently limited to [Read More…]
A big thanks to Alfred for this tip. Shannon Smith shoots at steel to make music. Pretty impressive.
Lucky Gunner takes a look at the new Sig Sauer Elite Perfornace Ammo. I admit, I missed this too at Shot Show. They compare Sig’s ammo to a few competitor brands. Go to Lucky Gunner to see the pretty pictures, video and ballistics gelatin review of the Sig Sauer [Read More…]
This video was done by Hank Strange who has a popular channel on YouTube. Before you ask no it’s not his real name and yes we all gave him hell over his Mohawk haircut! I first met Hank at the Big 3 writers event a few weeks ago. He’s a heck of a nice guy [Read More…]
Diamondback, a company known for their small .380 pistol has released a full sized double stacked 9mm pistol. Looking loosely like a blend of the XD series pistols and Glock, the pistol striker is exposed when cocked for a tactile indicator as well as a Glock style [Read More…]
Back in the 70s, this was originally the Individual Multi-Purpose weapon or IMP. It was chambered in .221 fireball and was designed for the airforce. A PDW for pilots. It was designed to be shot from the arm, but they also did consider shooting it from a sling. Similar [Read More…]
John Johnston of Ballistic Radio gave an update on shooting his FNS-9 longslide. Pretty impressive. 2201 shots fired and only 4 failures. One of the downsides to having something new? Not a lot of aftermarket support. Check out his review here.