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FIME Group Offers Nickel-Plated REX Pistols

FIME Group, LLC, manufacturer, importer and exporter of the finest, high-quality firearms from around the world, is now offering nickel-plated models of their REX pistols in standard and compact sizes. Continue reading

Announcing the New SAINT Edge!

Introducing the next level in the SAINT AR-15 series from Springfield Armory. Premier components and upgrades end-to-end for quick-handling, improved accuracy, and consistent performance comparable to custom AR builds costing much more. Continue reading

Surviving an Elevated Shooter

By Jason Hanson, former CIA Officer and New York Times bestselling author

As the city of Las Vegas continues to deal with the after-effects of the mass shooting, many people are searching for answers as to why this happened and what could be done differently to protect innocent civilians. Continue reading

Being Safe in Bear Country

These are the opinions and observations of a guy who’s spent a lifetime outdoors and a great deal of it in bear country. There is no right or wrong way of dealing with a bear encounter. There are some excellent rules of thumb to know, some common-sense lessons to learn, and a fair collection of experiences to draw on. Continue reading

Nordic Components Pistol Caliber Carbine Box to Match Review!

Our friend Patrick E. Kelley is back with another Out of the Box and to the Match Review. In this review series, Patrick takes a brand new gun, gives it a quick clean and oil, and then shoots a match with it. No tweaking, no aftermarket parts, just a stock firearm that anyone can buy. This week, he’s showing off a new Nordic Components Pistol Caliber Carbine. These handy little guns have a patented lower receiver that is designed specifically for 9mm ammunition. Even better, the magwell is interchangeable so you can use multiple types of 9mm magazines. And, like all Nordic Components products, the PCC is precision engineered and use high quality parts for a superb finished product. But enough from me, watch Pat take the Nordic Components PCC out to the range and see how it runs:
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GLOCK 26L – The Best Carry Gun I Have Ever Owned

Chopping a GLOCK 19…

For well over 10 years, I have been a GLOCK guy. Sure, I carry my Walther PPS and PPQ, and HK P30SK and VP9, and certainly have a love for SIGs and many other guns, but likely 300 days a year, some type of GLOCK is riding in my waistband. The reasons I swap between guns usually has more to do with concealment and less about wanting to carry any particular gun. After all, the size of small GLOCK G42, G43, and G26 models all have concealment advantages over a G17 or G19 sized handgun—so I swap back and forth. And, of course, have more than a few guns in the inventory as a result. Continue reading

SAF Issues Travel Advisory to Gun Owners: ‘Avoid California!’

For the first time in its history, the Second Amendment Foundation today issued a “travel advisory” to firearms owners to avoid going to California, warning law-abiding armed citizens that their civil rights could be in jeopardy due to that state’s restrictive gun control laws. Continue reading

Updated and Improved Galil ACE Pistol GAP39SB

If you want to mess some stuff up and need a small package to do it, the Galil ACE GAP39SB fits the bill. This thing is freaking awesome. At this point with only around 300 rounds through it, it was fast targeting, 100% reliable, quick handling, and impressively accurate for an AK-47-style pistol with a tiny 8.3-inch barrel. Continue reading

Beretta Px4 Box to Match Review!

Due to a technological disaster, this week’s Out of the Box and to the Match Gun Review is actually a re-shoot. After Pat shot the Beretta Px4 Storm in a match, he found that the memory card in his video camera was bad, and so he decided to shoot a new video this week. Like other Box to Match review, the Beretta hasn’t undergone any after-market tweaks or adjustments, just a standard clean and oil. Continue reading

FN Issues Mandatory Safety Recall of all FN M249S Rifles

McLean, VA – October 20, 2017 | FN America, LLC, announces the mandatory safety recall of certain FN M249S® semi-automatic, belt-fed rifles in both standard and PARA configurations. A recently identified design issue within the hammer group of the rifle may adversely affect the rifle’s reliability. Under certain circumstances, a reset failure within the hammer group may cause the M249S to cease to function, causing an unsafe firing event. To correct this condition and restore consistent, proper and safe operation of the firearm, it is necessary to replace the hammer group. Continue reading