LooserRounds got its hands on a PDF document from the FBI Training Division going into detailed justification of the 9mm Luger pistol round for Law Enforcement. My take? Makes sense for law enforcement, but the caliber wars are far from over. Full text of the [Read More…]
Colin sent us this beautiful photo of his MP5SDN. It was build from an original H&K MP5SD parts kit and a receiver manufactured in the US by Parabellum Combat Systems (an original receiver or complete gun would not be allowed to be imported because of the BATFE [Read More…]
As the panic buying began to taper off, PRIME Club introduced a new model for procuring ammunition for the shooting community. Shooters were able to purchase a membership and receive minimum guaranteed ammo shipments on a quarterly basis (a [Read More…]
Beretta USA just posted this video on their page of some instructors explaining the equations necessary to make a long range shot from a handgun. They are using a Beretta PX4 Storm. Although engaging targets at anything beyond 50 meters with a handgun is well beyond [Read More…]
Sig Sauer makes a .22LR version of their popular P938 pistol. They also make a conversion kit for those of you who already have a P938. They are available on Sig’s website for $302.00 MSRP.
This video says it is Shaghai SWAT. However the commentator is speaking Mandarin. Not unusual but Shanghainese is the main spoken dialect of the region. Linguistics aside, this officer is running on a wrapped ankle and is getting all his shots. 120 secs par time seems a [Read More…]
Stag Arms announced the introduction of their first 9mm carbines. The Model 9 and Model 9T are AR-15 style guns with adjustable buttstocks, charging handle and other features typical to the platform. The guns use Colt 9mm AR-type magazines, Stag states the guns have [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…]
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.
The Sig MPX caught everyone’s attention from the very beginning. After having shot one a few weeks ago I can understand why. Man is this sub gun fun to shoot! Probably the best news I can pass along is the civilian pistol model in semi-auto will be available to [Read More…]
Beretta Defense Technologies (BDT) have announced that the US Army has purchased an additional $250,000 worth of Beretta M9 pistols. While the Beretta M9 will not be around forever, I think it will be a round for a while yet. Accokeek, MD (July 28th, 2014) – Beretta [Read More…]
For the fourth time in recent years the US Army is considering dropping the M9 Beretta and the 9mm NATO round it chambers in favor of a pistol that shoots a larger caliber, harder hitting round. The Federal Bureau of Investigation on the other hand have just [Read More…]
Guns Save Lives noticed that almost any reference to the R51 pistol seems to have been removed from Remington’s website. Now, it seems that Remington has scrubbed their website of nearly all mentions of the R51 pistol (H/T Tactical Existence). It is not [Read More…]
Based heavily on its higher-end cousin, the SR9, the company has announced the release of the full-size Ruger 9E 9mm handgun. The visual differences between the two models are subtle, but if you take a close look we can see how Ruger squeezed $100 off the MSRP. As a [Read More…]
Kahr Arms is adding a 9mm to the affordable line of CT pistols. The CT9 joins the CT40 and CT45 to complete the series of affordable pistols. At an introductory price of $369, with a coupon for a free magazine it truly is a budget pistol. One thing of note, the [Read More…]
I’ll admit, the first thought that crossed my mind when I was told that I was to do a review on the Millennium G2 was, “Is my writing so bad that my editors are trying to kill me?”. As many of you may be aware, the Millennium G2 has a sordid history [Read More…]
Billed as the “largest international land and air-land defense and security exhibition” Eurosatory 2014 kicked off in Paris on the 16th. Announced during the exhibition are four new rifles from Kalashnikov Concern (formerly Izhmash). Among them are the [Read More…]