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1,000 Round Glock Torture Test

We all know that Glocks are tough. Yeah, you may prefer a different gun and maybe you have reasons to dislike Gaston’s creation. But, when it comes down to it, you have to admit that Glocks are pretty tough and very reliable. So, what if you put 1000 rounds through a brand new gun? Do […]

Should You Upgrade Your Stock Glock Barrel?

Glock has been, and I sure will continue to be, a perennial favorite handgun to run and customize for competitions. The Glock format has also become a favorite for customization with no other tool than a punch. One of the most popular upgrades is to switch barrels to increase accuracy and add the ability to […]

Show Off Your American Pride with Apex Triggers

If you wanted to add a subtle expression of your love for America and upgrade your carry gun, Apex Tactical is offering the perfect opportunity to do so with their new line of blue anodized “Freedom Edition” triggers. Apex Tactical has long been a supplier of great trigger upgrades, specializing in making S&W M&P and […]

TBRC Micro-Comp

Compensators on handguns are quickly rising in popularity. Concepts like the Roland Special gained traction in 2016 and shooters are clamoring to mod their GLOCKs for faster, more accurate follow up shots. TBRCi, located in Shiner, TX (yes, there’s more in Shiner than that fantastic brewery), developed the innovative Micro-Comp V3 that fits on your […]

Is Your GLOCK Outclassed?

In the late 70s and early 80s, Gaston Glock, an engineer with no firearms experience, designed a curious prototype handgun. The project would later carry the title of the venerable GLOCK 17. While not the first polymer framed handgun ever produced, it was by far the most revolutionary for the time. What happens over the […]

How a GLOCK Works

Most people who have been around firearms long enough get the basic process of how a gun works. Trigger drops the hammer (or striker), hammer hits the firing pin, firing pin hits the primer, and the cartridge goes ‘bang’. Then the recoil of this process resets the gun and puts the next round in battery. […]