Remember, it is important to take a step back and laugh at ourselfs and not take ourselves too seriously. The Glock Cult “If you purchase a Glock, you too can be one of the millions of people modifying their guns and patting each other on the back about how perfect their gun is right from […]
“The most modular handgun on the market,” the P320 can be converted to four different sizes and three various calibers. An excellent conceal carry option with multiple calibers and sizes available.
The Smith & Wesson M&P9c is an excellent conceal carry handgun, offering double stack capacity out of a very small packages.
Both pistols are very similar, and the 1911 A1 is just a few upgrades. Most 1911s available for purchase today are the 1911 A1, but there are replicas of the original 1911 for collector’s.
The American 180 is a unique full auto .22lr submachinegun from the 60s featuring its unique “Pan Magazine” feed system. Its pan magazine can hold 165, 177, 220, or 275 rounds. Its blowback action allows it to achieve a 1,200 rounds per minute (RPM) rate of fire.
Black powder rifles are not very popular these days due to how time consuming they are to shoot, which is unfortunate because they are lots of fun to shoot. The Military Arms channel takes a look at some American Civil War era rifles and their impact on military tactics.
One of the simplest, easiest, and cheapest ways to get a quick accuracy improvement. Mil Spec AR-15 triggers can be gritty, with a heavy and long pull. This makes precise shots and rapid more of a challenge. Upgrading a base trigger to a higher quality trigger provides a shorter trigger pull and trigger reset, a […]
The M1 Garand is one of the most iconic firearms of military history – arguably the most iconic, especially in American military history. If you’ve seen a World War II movie, you have most likely seen the M1 Garand Rifle Grenade used – but how much do you know about it?
A standard AR-15 uses a direct impingement system. While there are many benefits to such a system, does have drawbacks. A gas piston system is a different method to cycle a firearm that has its own set of advantages and disadvantages. So let’s “ooh” and “ahh” at ultra slow motion footage of Primary Weapon Systems’ long stroke piston system.
One of the early successful bullpup rifles was the Steyr Aug, having seen military service by at least 43 nations since its release in 1978. The new Lithgow Arms USA F90 Atrax is based on the Steyr AUG with many changes and improvements and is being adopted by the Australian military.
The Thompson Submachine Gun is such a classic firearm from World War II as well as the gangster era of prohibition where it was more commonly known as the “Tommy Gun.” Few firearms are this iconic.
This video from Iraqveteran8888 shows a torture test of a Patriot Ordnance Factory P416 gas piston AR-15. They put it through the ringer and fired approximately 2,500 rounds through it and it still did not fail.
Hickok45 has a very fun YouTube channel that’s been around for quite some time – you’ve probably seen his videos before. Here’s a preview of one of his upcoming videos about the Desert Eagle .50 AE – yeah, those watermelons are history.
The Mosin–Nagant is a bolt action rifle developed in the 1880s by the Imperial Russian Army and was the primary firearm used by Russian Soldiers during World War II. This firearm holds quite the place in military history and is still in military service by some nations. About 37,000,000 Mosin Nagants were manufactured and can […]
There were 1,992,219 background checks in September 2016 passing through the National Instant Criminal Background Check System, that is a 27% increase from September 2015’s gun sales record of 1,795,102.
IraqVeteran8888 is an excellent gun focused YouTube channel that hosts an annual shoot fest for firearms manufacturers and YouTubers. Lots of very cool products get showcased – including new firearms yet to hit the market, old established firearms, full auto, explosions, and more. Here’s a collection of videos from the range day. (updated as new […]
14.5″ barrels are a popular way to get a slightly shorter rifle without having to go through the NFA process for a SBR and paying for a $200 tax stamp.