We’d love to hear your thoughts: Which revolver do you like better? What type of “kit” do you want a “kit gun” for? What is your kit gun of choice? What is your ideal kit gun cartridge/caliber? Versachem 1.5 oz.
The following presentation may not be for the faint of heart… especially if you love the 10mm Auto like we do, but live with the assumption that it gives you “.41 Magnum power in a semi-auto”. Being that we are long-time, die-hard fans of the 10mm Auto cartridge, we have always been curious where the 10mm = .41 mag notion originated, having heard the comparison thrown around for years
Today in review, we will take a closer look at the second generation Kel-Tec Sub-2000 [S2K]. This particular variant is the 9x19MM Glock G19 version, which is admittedly a very welcome addition to the S2K family. While the folding, ultralight, pistol caliber carbine [PCC] retains most of the core features that made the original so popular, Kel-Tec has made a number of improvements to the original design, including an accessory rail on the forend, an upgraded front sight and a factory threaded barrel. We will take a look at what is new, what stayed the same, and what we still would like to see in future revisions.
This video shows how a Ruger MK IV 22/45 LITE functions with the Tandemkross Blast Shield installed.
I can honestly say that I never experienced any real problems with the gas impingement system of the Stoner design. However, I quickly learned to dread the filth that would become of my BCG after even a short range session. I felt as though I was spending more time scrubbing carbon than flinging lead.
The Savage Rascal takes a solid stab at bringing us a rifle that is both compact and easy to wield.
In the following review, we will examine the numerous standard features that make the Savage 10PC rifle an incredible value.
Part combat sidearm, part mountain gun, the Glock Model 20 is a serious workhorse with vast potential. For many 10mm Auto aficionado’s, it is revered as being one of the best platforms for this hefty cartridge. After spending a considerable
With the over-inflated price of ammo these days, it seems that everyone is going back to an old favorite… the .22 Long Rifle. Luckily, there is a whole slew of pre-configured .22 pistols and rifles out there to choose from,
The P32 is not a newcomer to the industry at the time of this writing. Actually, it is currently a 2nd generation version of the original. Nonetheless, I feel that it deserves some page time as it is a design