TBRCi, also known as Texas Black Rifle Company, Inc, was kind enough to send us a pre-production version of their new enhanced aluminum grips for the full size 1911 frame for testing and evaluation. TBRCi owner and CEO John Harrington tried a number of different 1911 grips in search of the perfect fit. When nothing […]
The newly released Savage Arms BA10 “Stealth” is anything but stealthy! This rifle shows up “in your face” ready to put bullets in little groups up close, or where the real test is … way out there! Lets start at about “half way” to way out there. This AICS compatible box magazine-fed turn-bolt is accurate! […]
In 1887, the British Army was searching for a sidearm to replace their .476 Enfield Mk I & Mk II Revolvers. Webley & Scott, who were already well known gun makers tendered the .455 calibre Webley Self-Extracting Revolver for trials.
Check out Patrick E. Kelley’s video review of the SPS Vista Short Open Class pistol. The gun is an easy way to get your feet wet in the Open division of the Practical Shooting sports.
There are many good reasons to own and enjoy “America’s Rifle” (the AR-15) in its many variations and derivatives. How can you not love a carbine or rifle that is accurate, dependable and easy to shoot well?
The transition point from chamber to barrel in our shotguns (also in revolvers) is called the “Forcing Cone”. It is as the name implies; it’s where our shotguns pellets get forced down in diameter to begin the journey through the barrel. If you think about it, forcing soft lead pellets to do about anything will […]
Weaver? Chapman? Isosceles? “Finger Forward? “Tea-Cup and Saucer”?
The Diamondback DB9 appeared at the 2011 SHOT Show, and I finally decided to give one a try in my quest for a lightweight, but full power conceal carry pistol.
Patrick E. Kelley sums up the SIG Sauer P320.