Ben Langlotz is a patent and trademark attorney with 24 years’ experience, and his clients include numerous firearms industry companies. He is the author of The Bulletproof Firearms Business – The Legal Secrets to Success under Fire. Journalists. Bless their [Read More…]
battleshipgrey emailed us a photo of his first AR-15 build. It looks like a great gun. He wrote … This is my first AR build. The lower I assembled myself and the upper is a PSA blem with SQR rail. The AR is sitting on top of a Jeep my brother-in-law borrowed to [Read More…]
Oleg wrote … My first handgun is Glock 34 Gen 4. Since Glocks are quite popular, I mark my magazines to avoid mix ups at shooting range. Instead of putting initials or numbers I put a smiling face. Submit photos you have taken to TFB’s Photo Of The Day.
Alex C. took this photo of his friend’s puppy with his H&K MP5K and Barrett .50 cal. Alex told me he is considering on naming his next dog Heckler. I suggested calling it Koch instead but he said there was no way he could run around his nice neighborhood [Read More…]
Jeff sent us this photo of his Papillon (a French breed) and his French Berthier rifle. The Berthier was chambered in the 8mm Lebel, the world’s first smokeless cartridge, and introduced in 1890. It remained in service for over 50 years and a few were still in use [Read More…]
Last week Kalashnikov Concern claimed that US sanctions were not hurting them and production was up. This dubious claim could only be true if government purchases have been increased (as I predicted they would be back when the sanctions were first announced). [Read More…]
Seekins Precision have just announced their first .308 Win. chambered rifle. Seekins Precision SP10 is a high end .308 AR-style rifle featuring their new ambi SP 308 Lower, 308 iRMT-3 upper and 15″ SP3R – 308 handguard. The rifle has a the Seekins [Read More…]
I have blogged about the wooden replica guns made by Jenni Edwards in the past. She emailed me this photo of the last of her wooden guns, which she is selling as a set. They now feature EOTech holographic sights replicas with LEDs inside to replicate the laser [Read More…]
Fellow Top Shot alumnus and former Dept of Homeland Security firearms instructor Gary Quesenberry recently came out with a new pistol holster designed for concealed carry. I’m quite impressed with it and I want to explain why. Now, concealed carry is a really [Read More…]
I recently posted an article evaluating the Beretta ARX-100 rifle, and the feature that I feel was most detrimental to the shooting experience was the trigger, which actually maxed out a trigger pull gauge. My friend CJ is serious about distance shooting, reloading, and [Read More…]
The Durrand Line has divided the countries of Afghanistan and Pakistan since 1893 when the British Empire created it with the king of Afghanistan. More for territorial reasons than ethnic, the line literally splits the Pashtun tribe in two, half of it’s people in [Read More…]
Seriously. I have a new favorite show to follow. It is a Russian show called the “Proving Ground” (english name obviously), and is subtitled. In the episode I was directed to, they review a couple of weapons. The KORD machine gun and the ASVK 6S8 sniper [Read More…]
Schizuki sent us this photo of his CZ 75 B chambered in 9mm Luger/Parabellum. The grips are Hogue CZ-75/CZ-85 Pau Ferro Grips, which in my opinion look a lot nicer than the factory plastic grips. Submit photos you have taken to TFB’s Photo Of The Day.