I wanted to get my hands-on Inland’s M1A1 paratrooper as it is a variant of the M1 Carbine that doesn’t get much attention.
Considering the mountains of gear on the market for duty and self-protection, it’s refreshing to see some attention to the needs of four-legged partners.
Surplus sell-offs after World War Two coupled with plentiful G.I. bring backs means that the Cz-27 is not hard to find today.
The Pocket Hammer is a badass little slingshot that features a rubber pocket instead of the traditional straps. You just drop your ammo in, pull the pocket back and let go. Pow!
From the Arex factory comes a series of double/single action Rex Zero 1 pistols chambered in 9mm and fitting big hands like a favorite pair of jeans.
With whitetail seasons around the corner, now is the time to make that new rifle selection. Here are five of our favorites.
Whether you call them black guns, AR-style, or modern sporting rifles, these semi-auto rifles perform best when maintained and fed a certain diet of ammo.
When you get a great rifle, the shopping isn’t over. A bag is a near-necessary accessory to transport the firearm and related gear or keep it discreet.
In my experience at the range, the PPS-43C does cause a few heads to turn, mostly due to its bizarre look. Shooting it is a strange experience as well.
The folks at Swagger bipods asked me, typically a defensive/tactical shooter, to review their bipod. I soon found out, the Swagger isn’t like other bipods.