Back in June 2015, I did a write-up on my then-new Heckler & Koch VP9. Since then, that pistol’s logged several thousand rounds.
The proliferation of concealed carry has led to a increase in the number of holsters, among them is the Comfort Cling by Clinger Holsters. They are a clipless holster in competition with Sticky Holsters.
Mossy Oak, a leader in concealment for hunters of every species in the country—and beyond—has once again expanded its market.
For the last several weeks, I’ve had the chance to test drive Bushnell’s quick-install Enrage, the company’s updated red dot optic. The experience led me to change my view of a competitor’s popular optic.
Snake guns could not be hotter these days, and with the revived Cobra, Colt makes their first re-entry into the beloved reptilian market. Can the new Cobra hold a candle to the original? Guns.com finds out.
Are radioactive Tritium sights capable of causing damage, especially if you wear them around, you know, your reproductive organs? It’s an important question.
The 2018 SHOT Show was packed last week with vendors showcasing the latest and greatest products the firearms industry has to offer, here’s the top 10.
JM4 Tactical has done an outstanding job of responding to customer feedback and evolving its products, the High Ride QCC holster is the result.
The .327 Federal Mag is a little known round that rivals both the .357 Magnum and 9mm with less felt recoil than both, making it great for self-defense or hunting small game.
The SAR 9 is a very respectable choice in the striker-fired 9mm handgun class. It’s reliable and can move from range to home defense seamlessly.