Maklarbak. Strange name, but an interesting concept. The Time-to-Change magazine lets you know when you are about to run dry. The bolt will lock back when there’s one round left in the mag. Drop the bolt, rock out the mag, and you still have one in the pipe for your magazine change. Does it work?
It can be hard to find the right gift for the gun nut in your life. But it they own a Glock, finding a gift is much easier. There are so many things made for the guns, an even more ways to modify them. Here are some good choices.
The quest for an shotgun modeled on the AR platform has just reached a new milestone. The Intrepid RAS-12 is a tactical 12 gauge upper built with a true AR platform lower. The result is a brand new gun with which we are all familiar. Mostly. It has some surprises.
Dear Mr. Kringle. It’s that time of year again. Time for modest request and justifications of the past year’s actions. Well, I’ve been good, but I’m getting tired of all the noise. This year I’m hoping for a slient night. The .30 caliber kind. And the best way to do it is the Silencerco Specwar.
As the weather turns, and I start to wear my old Carhatt coat everywhere I go, I stop carrying mouse guns. I scale up my concealed carry piece with my winter wear. But carrying a large pistol in an IWB holster isn’t always comfortable. StealthGear’s Onyx IWB holster is changing that.
The holidays are once again closing in. What should you do if you want to give a firearm as a gift? There’s a fair amount to consider, but nothing so complicated that it should change your mind. Here’s what you need to know.
The Glock 23 is a .40 S&W version of the ubiquitous 9mm Glock 19. They’re identical twins, but the 23 packs a slightly stronger punch. Why would anyone choose a .40 S&W over a 9mm, if everything else is created equal? It isn’t an easy question to answer.
A reader wrote in recently and asked for some advice about how to remove the tip up barrel from a Beretta Tomcat. There’s a spring under the barrel that pops it up, and if the spring breaks, you need to remove the barrel to replace it. How do you get that sucker off?
When Glock made polygonal rifling famous, a debate began that has remained unsolved. At least until now. Which barrel is faster, one with polygonal rifling, or one with traditional lands and grooves? The folks at Ballistics by the Inch have put it to the test and come up with real data.
When we reviewed the DoubleTap a couple of weeks ago, we had a hard time with the recoil. But we were willing to give it the benefit of the doubt. Now we’re putting the 9mm barrels to the test, and the gun could not perform any better.