No one survived a gunfight and wished they had less ammo in their gun.
.22lr plinking is a fantastic training tool. The CMMG Banshee is a fantastic AR-15 pistol trainer.
Real tracer rounds function by actually lighting the round on fire. This is a fire hazard, causing tracer rounds to be restricted at most public ranges, not to mention making the round visible to whomever you’re shooting at. The new Streak Ammo uses glow in the dark material to create the trace, instead of burning…
With the influx of new shooters into the firearms world, here are some suggestions on recommended first firearms.
Pistol Caliber Carbines are on the rise once again. Their popularity has faded in recent years, but they are making a very strong return, in large part to AR-15s chambered in 9mm, commonly called an AR-9. Known for building AR-15s in cartridges not common in AR-15s, CMMG’s 9mm “GUARD” is an excellent rifle for those…
Before we dive into the MAG-AD9 conversion, let’s examine the history of pistol caliber carbines real quick. Back in the 70s and 80s, pistol caliber carbines were all the rage. From MP5s, to MAC-10s, to Uzis, many iconic pistol caliber carbines came out of that season in firearms history. These firearms are ancestors of pistol…
The Hudson H9 is one of the most anticipated firearms of 2017. The question is… does it live up to the hype?
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The M47 Medusa was originally advertised as a survival revolver to make it through the apocalypse, accepting any caliber in the .38, 9mm and .357 family.
The Canik SP9SFx is a great option for any shooter looking for a full size handgun for flinging lead down range.
The Beretta APX faces the MAC Gauntlet Torture Test.
The CZP10C is a new striker fire pistol that has gotten rather popular quite quickly. But how does it stand up to MAC’s gauntlet test?
The Military Arms Channel puts the Sig Sauer P320 pistol through a 1,000 round torture test in about 13 minutes to see how it holds up to a significant amount of fire.
The Glock’s reputation is one of reliability. The Glock tagline is “perfection.” No one in their right mind would doubt the many merits of a Glock pistol. How does it stand up to a torture test?
Remington announced their new RP9 Pistol, and it seems to be running into similar issues as their previous pistol. If you are considering purchasing the Remington RP9, I strongly recommend watching the video. The amount of issues with the pistol are… concerning to say the least.
The H&K MP5 is undoubtedly the most iconic submachine gun of all time. Unfortunately, it is an expensive and rare firearm to get your hands on. Enter Strike Industries. Strike Industries is introducing a modernized upper kit for the MP5, all you need is a MP5 lower!
The Hudson H9 pistol is a brand new pistol that is quite the buzz around Shot Show 2017. The main reason for the buzz? The trigger. The design philosophy of the Hudson H9 is a striker fire action with the 1911 trigger, and by all accounts, they have pulled it off.
SilencerCo announced the Maxim 9 back in 2015, and after years of development, the world’s first commercial integrally suppressed 9mm pistol is finally ready to hit the market! The Maxim 9 is currently in production and will be shipped to dealers in April 2017.
Shot Show 2017 brings new products from Kriss USA.
These police trade in .40cal Glock 23s can be acquired quite cheaply, and usually in quite good condition. But since .40cal ammo is declining in popularity, it’s becoming harder to find and more expensive. Thankfully, there are 9mm caliber conversions for these .40cal Glock 23s.
9mm is the most popular pistil round in America and is used by NATO forces all over the world. Commonly found in self defense pistols, competition pistols, and pistol caliber carbines, the 9mm is a versatile and capable round hitting the sweet spot in the mythical “knock down power,” extra capacity, and manageable recoil.
Learn to shoot like a Grandmaster! If you’re looking to become a better pistol shooter, this is the class to attend!
February 16 & 17, 2019 in Austin/Houston