by Bill H - Firearms Review Editor Col. Jeff Cooper was a proponent of modern marksmanship and gun handling. Many people in the gun world are familiar with his shooting school and the techniques that he championed. Many today use his color code system to signify threat levels and he will always be known as an advocate of the M1911 in .45ACP. One of his pet projects was … [Read more...] about Ruger Gunsite Scout Rifle Review: What You Need To Know
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By Firearms Review Editor Bill H In the gun world, like life, the simplest solution is usually best. For many years, the go-to gun for concealment, carry, and home defense has been the double action revolver chambered in .38 Special. Smith and Wesson is probably the best-known revolver maker and has set the standard to which others are compared. Their line of two inch … [Read more...] about Smith and Wesson 642 Review – Is It Still A Viable Option For Concealed Carry?
by Bill With the rise in concealed carry, there have been a number of compact 9mm Parabellum (Luger) (9x19) pistols to enter the market. Ruger’s entry into this market, the LC9, has become a major competitor in its niche and spawned a number of follow-on models since introduction On its surface, the LC9 greatly resembles the Grendel and Kel-Tec compact pistols. The bobbed … [Read more...] about Review of the Ruger LC9 – What You Need To Know
by Joe Humphries The secret to having a well-performing firearm is always keep it clean. It can't be overstated that always keep your firearm running well, you should keep the barrel free of dirt, debris and other particles that have set after continued use. Some of the situations where you need to clean your gun would be after using it to shoot many rounds at a firing range … [Read more...] about Gun Cleaning Basics, How to Clean a Gun in 7 Easy Steps
by Livinthedream This article is targeted (pun intended!) at ladies who carry. And those who don’t. You men should read it, too so you can tell the lady in your life about it. Let me be clear, however, that I am a novice about weapons. I know what I like and why I like it, but I likely shall never be an “expert” on weapons. However, there are bloggers and readers … [Read more...] about Women, Holsters, and Concealed Carry Mag….
Garrow Firearms Development 17HMR dedicated upper: Weekly product review Over the past month, I have had the pleasure of being able to shoot and test an amazing new 17HMR firearms approach. Michael Garrow of Garrow Firearms Development was kind enough to send an upper to me, and 650 rounds later I can give you a solid report on its reliability, accuracy and the overall … [Read more...] about Garrow Firearms Development 17HMR dedicated upper: Weekly product review
by Joe Nobody One extremely important accessory for a shoulder-fired weapon is frequently overlooked by preppers. It is unpretentious, cheap, readily available, and easy to install. It’s the sling. Suffering from a lack of sex appeal, lost in a plethora of available furniture, and definitely not the cover-girl of gun porn, the lowly sling often suffers from a lack of … [Read more...] about The Sling An Often Overlooked (But Critical Firearm Accessory)