Throughout the sixty-seven years Heckler and Koch have been in business, there are a number of firearms produced by the company that one could consider perennial. Chief among such designs would be the MP5 and or the G3, both weapons which continue to see use even fifty [Read More…]
Springfield Armory has partnered with TFB to give you the opportunity to win a Black XD-S® 3.3″ Single Stack 9mm! Bonus entry points will also be given away so make sure to share this giveaway with your friends! *** This is only a 4 day giveaway! *** Prize: XD-S [Read More…]
Heizer Defense have announced that their PAK1 “Pocket AK” will debut at the NRA Show. Pricing has not been annoucned, but I think it will probably have the same $450 MRSP as the Pocket AR (.223) model (pictured above). What I can say for sure, is that this [Read More…]
Mike purchased his S&W M&P pistol, chambered in 9mm, a year ago and ended up selling it. He told me he now regrets the sale and is planning on buying another. Here are two more photos of the M&P he sold … Thanks Mike.
Lindy, who blogs at Vodka and Espresso, sent us this beautiful photo of this Yugo M57 Tokarev and Bulgarian Makarov, both with some custom grips.
Medium.com has posted up a fascinating story into the history of what ultimately became the Bushmaster Pistol Bullpup. As part of their War is Boring series, they stumble upon and cover something that isn’t boring. In 1969, engineers at Colt offered the [Read More…]
Canadian Photographer Kelsow sent us this photo of his CZ 75 SP-O1. The really like this photo, it is dramatic and draws me in. The CZ 75 SP-01 is a all-steel pistol based on the CZ 75 P-01, but with a picatinny rail.
James purchased a Ruger Vaquero for just $25 … a bargain if it had not been underwater for at least a week! He finished it up and apparently it functions “quite well”. He wrote … My Ruger Vaquero that sat underwater for a week or two. Bought [Read More…]
Chuck sent us this photo of his AR-15 pistol (or is it a SBR?) with a Spikes pirate-themed “Jolly Roger” lower receiver. It is chambered in .300 AAC BLK and has a KAK Slim Flash Can. Note the engraving around the fire selector. If you are not familiar with [Read More…]
A very promising prototype on display at SHOT Show was an aftermarket Locking Block for Glock pistols designed by Strike Industries. This drop-in part promises to substantially increase accuracy of off-the-shelf Glocks. The Strike block has to two additional features [Read More…]
Back in the 1990s, Heckler & Koch USA decided to put together a working reference collection of the company’s products. This collection was put together at their Sterling facility in Virginia (Here are some pictures from the previous facility), but has since [Read More…]
The U.S. Armed Forces have alot of guns. Let me correct myself, the military has A TON of guns. Where are all these kept and stored though? In armories of course. But these mysterious enclaves filled to the brim with boy toys must be an absolute joy to even step inside [Read More…]
Ruger rep Brandon gives James a quick rundown of Ruger’s new offerings for SHOT Show 2015, including exciting new entries to the 1911, LCR, LCP, LC9, and 10/22 lines of product. James gives the new Ruger Commander-sized Lightweight Aluminum/Titanium/Steel 1911 a [Read More…]
Rock Island Armory had the company’s new 1911-style .380 ACP pistol at the 2015 Industry Day at the Range. Called the Baby Rock Standard CS, the gun was designed from the ground up to be a concealed carry pistol. In our shooting, the gun ran well and we did not [Read More…]