VuurwapenBlog reviews five weapons in under one minute. He talks about the Beretta 92, AK74, Glock 19, Mossberg 500, and a M&PC. Most of what he says is stating the obvious. But I find it interesting how much information he is able to squeeze in to this video.
In the competition and tactical shotgun worlds, speed loading is quite the interesting topic. The traditional weak/strong hand “load 2″ and “load 4″ techniques seen many years ago in Europe and have since made their way to the U.S. have inspired [Read More…]
Saw this today at the FNH 3Gun Championships. A staffer/competitor modified his Beretta A400 Unico by adding a large button to his bolt release. Most shooters would buy an aftermarket part and have a gunsmith install it. He told me this is cheaper and easier. He drilled [Read More…]
The 1301 is a Formula 1 car. Its designed to look good and go fast but at the expense of creature comforts. How so? Read below and get to know this Italian 12-gauge boomstick. The key component of the 1301 is Beretta’s “Blink” gas system. Beretta [Read More…]
I enjoy shooting shotgun (or maybe I should say I enjoy the *boom* and the target obliteration that it causes). But I don’t like shooting “a lot” of shotgun and, additionally, there is a reason you don’t see shotgun courses that run 500 rounds in [Read More…]
Mesa Tactical has released receiver-length rails for the ubiquitous Mossberg 500/590 and Remington 870 series shotguns compatible with Mesa’s high-mount stock adapters. Both the Remington and Mossberg rails clock in a 9.5 inches. Mesa claims that the rail adapter [Read More…]
Demolition Ranch tests out an AR500 armor plate against 50 slugs. The most challenging aspect of this test appears to be finding a method of holding the AR500 steel still for multiple shots.
Ares Armor (yes, that Ares Armor) partnered with a current active duty Marine (Oorah!) to create the “Remora Speed Shotshell Holder” for MOE-equipped pump-action shotguns. The shell holder is set up specifically for MagPul MOE foreends currently manufactured [Read More…]
Royal Nonesuch was asked to try shooting CO2 cartridges out of his home made shotgun. The results were rather interesting.
Recently, TFB published a review of the DTAC Mongoose recoil-absorbing stock. I was impressed with the idea, but not impressed by the execution. There are three ways companies deal with a negative reviews: Whine, throw a tantrum, and burn bridges (uncommon, but very [Read More…]
Bennett sent in these photos of his custom Saiga 12 shotgun. It still needs a bolt polished or the ports drilled so It will run light loads But I’m pretty happy with how it came out. A Saiga-12 in this type of configuration has been on my wish list for a long [Read More…]
RatedRR posted a Public Service Announcement about drinking responsibly. He even takes it a step further and shows you how to shoot responsibly in the presence of beer. Of course there are gratuitous slow motion shots.
Firearms Ignorance of the masses… In Most of Africa, and in some other parts of the world, the superstition and mysticism perceived as behind the use and effect of firearms is more prevalent than common sense or science. Most people around here, even the educated [Read More…]
Stephen sent us this beautiful photo of 12 gauge Remington 870 Police USSS with a walnut stock. My knowledge on this firearm is not collector-level at all. Here is what I believe to be true: This is a 12 gauge Remington 870 Police USSS with a 14″ barrel, fixed [Read More…]
Whenever a conflict occurs, whether it be war, police related, or terrorism, the politics aside it is always interesting from a shooting perspective to view what the concerned parties are using. Sometimes it is extremely revealing in the case of the SAS using MP5s in [Read More…]
Anyone who has felt the pain of a 3″ magnum slug in a pump-action is probably wincing right now. Its like thinking of a risqué Roseanne, the thought just hurts. DTAC, a start-up out of Easton, PA, has a new solution to the shoulder-numbing kick that [Read More…]
I am not sure if this is real life imitating art, however there does exist a gold cerakoted KSG. This was a limited run, from what I was told by the owner. The pictures does not do the paint job justice. In person, the paint has almost a pearlescent luster to it. The [Read More…]
Savage Arms announced the release of a new over and under shotgun called the 555. The shotguns were first shown at the 2014 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits, and are now part of the company’s line-up. The shotguns can be had in 12- and 20-gauge, and will [Read More…]