Tag: Chris Cheng

New Gun News Show: The Second Scoop

I’ve been in the firearms industry for 2.5 years now, and I’m always paying close attention to what’s going on in the world of firearms. There’s clearly no shortage of interesting things to follow, but therein lies a problem: There’s too [Read More…]

Review: The Gun Box

I’ve been using The Gun Box for a few months now and finally have some good usage with it so I can share my experience. Some quick background is available in my write-up from a year ago covering their Indiegogo campaign. Overall, the safe has been nice to have [Read More…]

Q-Series Conceal Carry Holster

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…]

Winchester TV launches 8.6.14

Winchester is launching WinchesterTV.com tomorrow. Here’s what I heard from their PR team: Get ready to change the way you watch your favorite Winchester TV shows with an industry-first online TV platform – WinchesterTV.com! Watch over 200 full-length episodes [Read More…]

Springfield Armory Tour

I was recently at the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) Summit in Springfield, MA and we were taken on a tour of the Springfield Armory. I learned that it’s managed by the National Parks Service, and it’s a pretty great tour. Some highlights: 1. [Read More…]

iMarksman Training System

While walking the hallways of the Sands Convention Center during SHOT Show, I happened to come across a booth showing the iMarksman Training System. It consists of a computer program which allows you to take a picture of familiar scene, such as a parking lot, your [Read More…]

Slide Fire’s concept Bump Sled

Check out this interesting bump sled that the Slide Fire folks made as a concept. They were getting feedback from SHOT Show attendees, and like good gunnies, they provided plenty of feedback. What kind of improvements would you make? Post your ideas in the comments, [Read More…]

X-rays of guns

Photographer Nick Veasay used a number of x-ray machines to capture multiple images, many of which are firearms. Upon contacting the artist, he provided the following photos to TFB. Naturally, I had some questions regarding some of the equipment and such, but Nick [Read More…]