Faxon Firearms, a steel company, has put out the ARAK 21, an upper receiver that attaches to AR-15 lowers and converts to 5.56, 7.62×39, or 300 Blackout.
As I sat at my table cleaning the gunk off, it occurred to me to share the best tool ever for this job. Enter the Combat Application Tool (CAT).
The latest M&P Shield, chambered in .45 ACP, answered the call of many Smith fans looking for more firepower on a familiar platform.
Ever in search of the perfect shooting mat, the Terrain Slicker by Alpine Innovations is a multi-purpose terrain and weather shield with integral stakes.
A new shotgun promises to be the place “where performance and value converge” in a workhorse pump. Enter the P3000 from Stoeger.
The Nexbelt people are golfers first and foremost offering a new line of “tactical” belts. Fans of Lt. Col. David “piss on golf” Grossman, stay with me.
Chiappa’s M6 X-Caliber folding break-action shotgun/rimfire combo is capable of firing up to 12 different calibers including .40 S&W and 12 gauge shot shells
While most concealed clothing is gimmicky and impractical, the folks at SCOTTeVEST knocked it out of the park with the Annie.
For those who may have less experience, I’d like to introduce some concepts that add up to what makes a gun’s trigger good, poor, or somewhere in-between.
As the battle of the budget deer rifles rages on, Mossberg is quietly cranking out their Patriot line of USA-Made, fully-featured whitetail slayers.