Never one to let a good slingshot or related idea go, JoergSprave has tacked a question I never though to answer: “Can you really create a syringe gun.” Given his level of ingenuity, the unsurprising answer is, “yes” although with some caveats. [Read More…]
Smith and Wesson is famous for two things: Well-made service revolvers, and mind-boggling model numbers. LuckGunner’s Chris Baker has set out to clarify a small portion of the later. From his article on Smith .38/.357 post-1957 revolver offerings: We got some good [Read More…]
Kurt from the Youtube Channel Off Target. Kurt told me they will be reviewing and test the G43 on thier channel soon. So go and subscribe! (I have) Thanks Kurt!
Andrew at GY6 reviews the new Glock 43 and compares it against the Springfield XD, G42 and S&W Shield.
JohnInBlackHawk tells us about his research project and asks if any TFB readers can help him identify some guns. John writes … This photo is part of an extensive historical project I began just over a year ago. I live in an historic mining town (nearly 30 years, [Read More…]
I want one, and not for any particular (or logical) reasons. I mean, just look at the brass ejection… double rainbows!?!?!? Sadly, I was not the one who had the pleasure of shooting the AF2011A1 from Arsenal. That honor belongs to The Late Boy Scout, who spent [Read More…]
Richard Fitzpatrick, CEO/President of Magpul, came out and admitted the problem on Facebook. Apparently there was an oversight on feeding smaller Glocks in 9mm such as the Glock 19 and Glock 26. However Magpul will fix the problem. Richard even laid out the plans to do [Read More…]
I’ve already posted my P38 Anatomy image but let’s get a little deeper into this revolutionary German WWII classic. The shortest possible story of the Walther P38 goes like this: Before WWI Walther was known for its high quality, blowback operated, small [Read More…]
Patriot Ordnance Factory (POF) is teasing a new 9mm pistol that should be released in the coming months. The gun is called the Patriot Sub Gun, or PSG for short. The new guns are AR-styled pistols that use Colt 9mm stick magazines. All controls are said to be completely [Read More…]
It served the Imperial Japanese military for 40 years and drew inspiration from several sturdy European designs of the day, so how well does the Type 14 work? Well, we set out to find out! Many thanks to Christian for the German subtitles and Osamu for the Japanese subtitles. Transcription below [Read More…]
BattleComp recently posted a few sneak peak pictures of their match Glock slides on their Facebook page. Known for their BattleComp muzzle devices, it looks like they’re expanding their product line to more than just compensators. Their new match slides will be [Read More…]
Lipsey’s is now offering an exclusive run of Ruger Blackhawk Flattop revolvers. These single-action handguns are chambered for the .357 Magnum cartridge. They also come with an additional cylinder to convert the guns to fire the 9mm cartridge. Cylinders in both [Read More…]
Last week the AK Operators Union released a teaser video on the new Atlantic Firearms/Definitive Arms AKX-9 9mm blowback-operated rifle. Soon after we ran an article on it, two more videos went up; a new AKOU video and a MAC review, both embedded below: While I [Read More…]
My favorite firearms designer of all time is James Paris Lee, because of his sheer inventiveness and forward-thinking edge that was still grounded in what was practical at the time. My second-favorite firearms designer is David Marshall Williams, because he was totally [Read More…]
BearSlayer338 writes … This is my North American Arms Guardian in .32NAA,it is pictured with 60 grain Corbon JHP’s that go 1200 feet per second out of the Guardian.The .32NAA round is supposed to penetrate deeper and expand more reliably than other pocket [Read More…]
pdoggeth, who is a fan of TFB and HBO’s A Game of Thrones (GoT), created this tribute-themed Sig P220 Equinox. He writes … I am a gun enthusiast and love tinkering with guns, but also I am a huge Game of Thrones fan (or more accurately, A Song of Ice And [Read More…]