Firearms competitions are addicting. When I started shooting Steel Challenge about 12 years ago, I never thought I’d wind up where I am today in the firearms competition world. I’m not good by any means but I didn’t think I’d find myself trying almost any and every firearms-related competition that I could
The optics-ready SIG SAUER P320 9mm pistol Next Post Coming Soon…▶ I must admit that when the SIG P320 first came out I found it rather uninspiring. Yet another striker-fired, polymer-framed 9mm pistol. The fire control unit (FCU) concept was novel, but of course there wasn’t yet much aftermarket to
Next Post Coming Soon…▶ The REGULUS Alpha Blackout represents the latest generation of pistols from Lionheart Industries. The pistol’s design began life as the Daewoo DP-51 which, for a time, was imported to the US as the Lionheart LH9. Lionheart Industries made a series of improvements, modernizations, and enhancements and
Image courtesy JWT for thetruthaboutguns.com. Next Post Coming Soon…▶ Made by Burgu Metal of Turkey in the land of strong coffee and sketchy missile deals, Buffalo Cartridge Company of Ohio has released their BRG9 Elite to the American market. The BRG9 Elite follows the same theme as Buffalo Cartridge’s established ammunition
A curtain blows in an open window of Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, Monday, May 30, 2022. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E) Next Post Coming Soon…▶ By Lindsay Whitehurst, AP Since the Columbine High School massacre more than 20 years ago, police have been trained to quickly confront shooters in the
Pump-action shotguns and lights don’t always get along well. They can be tricky to use, and typically the best way is an entire forend replacement. Surefire started the trend, Streamlight followed, and now Nightstick wants to take up the mantle. The Nightstick SFL, or shotgun forend light, replaces the pump
ARMAX, The Journal Of Contemporary Arms ARMAX is a unique gem in the firearms universe. Previously published between 1987-1996 by the Winchester Firearms Museum, it has been reincarnated. ARMAX indeed owes its name to the Winchester Repeating Arms Co, as it was an old trademark of Winchester’s from the 1920s.