Category: Reviews

Ruger SR-556VT

Ruger SR-556VT

The SR-556VT is designed to offer maximum accuracy out of Ruger’s piston-driven AR-15 rifle.  The “VT” designation stands for “Varmint-Target.” The variation of the SR-556 rifle comes with a 1:8″ twist 20″ barrel, fixed A-2 [Read More…]

Ruger SP101 Deluxe

TALO Ruger SP101 Deluxe

Ruger made a limited number of SP101 revolvers for TALO that are quite a bit fancier than the normal production runs.  The SP101 Deluxe handguns feature intricate scrollwork on the frame, cylinder and barrel. The engraving is automated, not hand worked.  Production [Read More…]

The Quick Left Gun Club

We learned in TFB’s Adobe Shooter’s League post that there are tech companies who pay for their employees’ shooting hobby. TFB sat down with Rachel Scott, Marketing Manager for Quick Left out of Boulder, Colorado to learn about another tech [Read More…]

Gun Review: The New FN FNX 45

The newest addition to the FNX line of pistols is the .45 acp variant. Since it’s introduction at the end of last year it’s shown to be a very popular pistol. FN offers the FNX45 in a two-tone dark earth polymer frame and matte finish black slide made of stainless [Read More…]

Gun Review: Glock 30S

The new .45ACP Glock 30S was born from a “hack” where Glock shooters tinkered a bit and married a 30SF frame with a 36 slide. These hackers felt that the 30SF was too bulky for concealed carry and that the 36, with its 6+1 capacity, did not hold enough [Read More…]