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The H&K VP9

Caleb Giddings, over at Gun Nuts Media, reviewed the new H&K VP9. He is rather positive of the VP9. As is expected from an H&K, it performs well. The only real negative is the stock sights. Caleb doesn’t like them that much and is an easy fix with some [Read More…]

CAA Secubit Gun Shot Counter

Earlier this year CAA introduced their new Secubit Gun Shot Counter system that records every shot of your gun. For those who like to keep meticulous records of their shot count the Secubit GS-Counter records how many rounds you’ve fired, your pace of fire and the [Read More…]

VuurwapenBlog is now VuurwaffleBlog

Andrew Tuohy announced on April Fools that our favorite hard-to-spell-the-name-of-gun-blog VuurwapenBlog is now called VuurwaffleBlog, which is just as hard to spell. Andrew is taking Excel spreadsheets and precision calipers to fast food joints instead of to the [Read More…]

Odd Guns: The H&K VP70z

I have been wanting to start a series of articles for a while about odd and unique guns that for whatever reason are just not popular in the United States. I have admired TFB writer Ian McCollum’s personal blog “Forgotten Weapons” for years, and while [Read More…]

Kel-Tec PF-9 and magazine

Gun Review: Kel-Tec PF-9

At a recent gun show in Albuquerque, New Mexico, I made an impulse purchase. The Kel-Tec PF9. I had been looking for a sub-compact pistol, and wanted something light, thin, and most importantly, reliable. I had considered a Glock 26, but the shape was just too [Read More…]

Walther PPQ M2

Walther Arms introduced the PPQ M2 pistol at SHOT Show this year.  This pistol is  striker-fired with a polymer frame that Walther has directed at keeping pace with similar competitor offerings.  The PPQ M2 has similarities to the recent Walther P99 and PPX, but [Read More…]

SIG P227

ISP Adopts SIG P227

In some ways, the US law enforcement market is a bellwether for handgun trends.  In the 1980’s, for example, law enforcement began to move en masse to the semi-automatic pistol and much of the buying public did as well.  Some would say the early adoption of the [Read More…]