While I prefer to carry a compact .45 ACP, I have a soft spot in my heart for cinematic long slide 1911s. That extra inch (or more) on the end of the barrel conveys a no-nonsense message. But is the extra inch just for looks, or is there something else driving the long slide craze?
ATI keeps coming up with new ways to improve on the classics. Their line of shotgun accessories is getting deeper and more functional. Their latest for the 870 is the perfect balance of form and function.
Mad Max was released in 1979. The Mossberg 464 SPX, 34 years later, would have been perfect for the film. Its twenty first century plastic looks odd on the nineteenth century frame. But there’s more to the new .30-30 than its Hollywood potential.
American Tactical Imports is working on an ATI RFID tracking system for firearms. If they don’t pull it off just right, they’re going to irk a lot of fans.
As 2012 draws to a close, I’m picking out the best of year’s guns and gear. This list looks at my favorites from 2012, some of which I’ve touched on before and some which I is appearing on Guns.com for the first time.
The darkness can be intimidating. A light on a shotgun forend can make a big difference. These lights on the shotguns we’re shooting do a great job of illuminating potential threats and make using a shotgun at night much easier.
Looking to modify a shotgun or a rifle? Finding aftermarket stocks and forends that fit can be difficult. I suggest looking to the specialists. Advanced Technology International (ATI) makes accessories for guns, and they make their products here in the US. ATI can take an already good gun and make it perfect.