Finally(!), Blackhawk has released a holster that is compatible with lights other than their proprietary weaponlights. The new Blackhawk EPOCH Level 3 holsters are designed to be compatible with a variety of light systems including Streamlight TLR-1 & TLR-2 and [Read More…]
The rise of the submachine gun – the pistol-round firing automatic carbine – began around World War I, picked up in World War II, and arguably peaked for several decades subsequent to its technological zenith in the 50s and 60s after the invention of [Read More…]
Blitzkrieg Components has released a purpose-designed buffer for 9mm AR-15 platforms. The new buffer differs by using a polycarbonate piston head which encases a shock absorber. Blitzkrieg claims that the new buffer design “eliminates buffer wear” and [Read More…]
In a Washington Post article Ernst Mauch, investor and designer in “smart” gun company Armatix, says he sees himself as the “Steve Jobs” of the gun world. That would be about right. Steve Jobs was mean-spirited megalomaniac. Michael S. [Read More…]
Crimson Trace just announced their new LG-489G Green Laserguard for the Smith & Wesson M&P Shield. As with their other Laserguard line of lasers their new LG-489G attaches to the trigger guard of the S&W Shield. It also features Crimson Trace’s [Read More…]
When I first picked up the XD-S from my FFL, I felt like some sort of British spy getting kit issue from ”Q”. It came in a huge composite case, foam lined with cutouts. The package contained a holster, magazine holder, grip extender, alternate backstrap, two [Read More…]
The British Ministry of Defense National Firearms Centre is a national archive of small arms and is possibly the most extensive working reference collection in the world. Originally located at the Royal Small Arms Factory in Enfield, it was later moved to Nottingham [Read More…]
For two years now I have had the Sig Sauer P238 in .380 as well as the Sig Sauer P938 in 9mm. My husband bought the 238 for me, per my request, and I bought the 938 for him, per his request. Since, I have pretty much claimed the 938 as mine as well. To […] [Read More…]
Politics of “smart” guns aside, it is fascinating to see the technological developments that are being proposed or currently in production. From precision “guided” firearms (Tracking Point) to new GPS location-aware and cloud connected firearms, [Read More…]
Magnum Research announced the introduction of four Desert Eagle 1911 guns to be sold exclusively through the outdoor retailer Cabela’s. The first two guns use cast carbon steel frames with a gray Cerakote finish. The matte black slides are machined from solid [Read More…]
It is no longer a surprise when Jerry Miculek raises the performance bar in every new video he presents. This time he hits a steel plate at 1,000 yards with his S&W 929.
Dynamic Pie Concepts provides tongue in cheek firearm videos. However it is somewhat intriguing to perform modifications on a Hi-Point.
Colt marked its founder’s 200th birthday by donating a O1991Z 1911 Commemorative Pistol to The Museum of Connecticut History at The Connecticut State Library. We are honored to donate this special commemorative firearm to the outstanding collection [Read More…]
Sig has certainly jumped forward of other companies in the polymer gun market. With it’s modular design the 320 can be configured to fit just about any shooter at a reasonable cost. When looking through the Sig Pro Shop you see one wall with a lot of different frames [Read More…]
Ian McCollum (Forgotten Weapons) acquired an Edgertronic camera to capture the fast action of his Schwawrzlose 1908 pistol. He never understood how it functions until now. Slowed down enough he could see how the action works. It is pretty interesting how it picks up the [Read More…]