One of the more interesting things I saw at this year’s SHOT Show was the Delta Grip. Made by Ergo Grip, the Delta is a wedge shaped grip for small frame revolvers that fills the hand and gives the shooter a high grip on the gun. It is odd looking, but it felt [Read More…]
BulletSafe makes bullet proof vests out of Troy, MI. Tom tests his vest against a Desert Eagle .50AE and repeats the test against his own version of the Box O’Truth. His box has 24 layers of drywall. I am not sure what he is trying to prove with the drywall as [Read More…]
On July 3 2014 SIG Sauer’s offices in Eckernförde, Germany were raided by German law enforcement after it was discovered that an unspecified number of SIG SP2022 ended up in Colombia. Germany bans weapon exports to Colombia because they consider it a [Read More…]
Dave Harrington shows a very clever drill/stage. It focuses on shooting on the move. However he wants to focus on the moving so he brings a treadmill out to the range. One aspect to the treadmill is that the targets remain at the same distance. You can take that as a [Read More…]
Recover Tactical is working on their new Beretta BC2 grip and rail adapters. Just like with their CC3 1911 Grip, it allows users to add a rail system for their Beretta 92 series pistols that didn’t come with a rail. Final details and pricing is not know as of yet [Read More…]
Glock sent out a survey a few weeks back asking participants if they’d consider purchasing a Glock in different frame colors. The choices were Flat Dark Earth, Desert Sand, OD Green or Sniper Gray. They also asked what frame color you’d choose if the gun was [Read More…]
American Rifleman posted that the Pennsylvania State Trooper have opted for the Sig P227 as their new issued service sidearm. The contract calls for 5,000 handguns. The P227 is being issued to the current class of State Troopers. According to American Rifleman: The [Read More…]
Fool me once, shame on me, fool me twice … well, you are not going to fool me a third time. The US Army has announced that they want to replace the Beretta M9. No, you are not experiencing Déjà vu. First there was the Future Handgun System (FHS), then there [Read More…]
Iraqveteran888 and Jerry Miculek look into the practicality of shooting a pistol sideways and upside down. It can be done effectively but Jerry mentions one major disadvantage with shooting sideways.
The new Ruger Single Seven is a revolver available exclusively from firearms distributor Lipsey’s. The gun is based on the New Model Single Six revolver with a seven shot unfluted cylinder. The gun is chambered in 327 Federal Magnum and will be available in [Read More…]
Browning’s Model 1900 pistol was an icon and reasonably simple to manufacture. So when soldiers went looking for pistols in China, this one was an obvious choice.
Steyr announced the LA40-A1 pistol is now available in the United States of America. The pistol is chambered in .40 S&W and is based on the 9mm L9-A1 that was introduced in 2013. The pistol has a 12 round magazine and a 4.5″ barrel. The gun uses a polymer [Read More…]
The Outdoor Channel performed some tests of common home defense rounds and what they do when interacting with drywall. The video seems a bit skewed in terms of what they recommend and what the results of the test were. For example, the use of an AR. In the video, [Read More…]
Mark Farage is no novice shooter. Mark checked the screws of his RMR to ensure they were properly torqued before he took a course with Ronin Combat Strategies. But during a 6 shot string drill, the screws flew off and so did his RMR. Without missing a beat, Mark managed [Read More…]
My biggest complaint about Glocks (outside of the lack of ambi-anything) is disassembling the magazines for routine maintenance and cleaning. The tab system holding on the floor plates are the two single most aggravating pieces of plastic in the my history with [Read More…]