Urgent: Yahoo Shutting Down Geocities.

I am sure many of you have fond memories of GeoCities, the website hosting site. While most of the websites on it were eyesores, with far to many animations and blinking text, there is still hordes of gun information hosted there. Yahoo has announced that in exactly two [Read More…]

New SIG P220R Compact

Sig Sauer is now producing an “R” model of their .45 ACP chambered SIG P220 Compact pistol. The P220R Compact does away with the beaver tail, reducing the frame length by 0.5″, and adds an accessory rail. SIG lists two models, a blued model and [Read More…]

New Bison Armory 6.8 SPC barrels

Bison Armory, which is part owned by gun blogger SayUncle, have gotten in new 16″ 6.8 SPC barrels for the AR-15. The 16″ Recon profile barrel is manufactured by E.R. Shaw according to the Bison Armory specifications. It sells for $200.

Gunsite Carbine Training Review

Caleb, of Gun Nuts Media, just completed a Carbine course at the Gunsite training facility. I took a couple of minutes to think about it, and decided that the best way to summarize the class would be as such: Gunsite doesn’t teach you to shoot – they teach you to [Read More…]

Feminine CCW in the 1800s

I recently blogged about boot pistols, a type of early CCW gun carried during the Civil War and postbellum era. The feminine equivalent of the boot pistol was the muff gun. (the name refers to the original definition1 , not the modern day slang). They were the same sort [Read More…]

Michael’s Custom Saiga-12

Some time ago I posted a video of Michael shooting one of his Saiga-12 shotguns. He got in touch with me and explained that since then he has become a passionate Saiga-12 nut and now sells custom Saiga-12′s. Michael, who work as a designer / jeweler / metal smith, [Read More…]

Gun Nut Ink

Gun blogger Top of the Chain got himself inked for his birthday. I think it looks awesome! For those of you not familiar to the phrase “ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ”, it means “Come and take them!”. The Spartans were said to have said it in reply to the [Read More…]