Is a .22LR trainer an efficient and effective tool for training? Many say yes, and others say no. Let's dig into it and see where the truth lies.
The Magpul MS4 QDM Sling is designed to accommodate a wide range of firearms and shooting styles.
KCI magazines have a reputation for reliability despite the numbers on the sticker. Jeremy Stone did some testing for out-of-the-box performance as well as some moderate stress testing to see if they're worth buying, and to answer the question: Do KCI USA Mags Suck?
When you need spare magazines, it's crucial to understand which mags will work with your gun, because not all mags are created equal. Here's what that means, and how to choose a mag for your gun.
The CMMG .22 Long Rifle kit has come a long way over the last 13 years and has left me impressed. For a quick conversion to train cheaply on your normal AR platform, it’s the best I’ve found to date, and I highly recommend it.
A lot of great firearms, optics, and silencers were showcased at TriggrCon 2023, but it was hard to ignore the buzz around the 1911 and 2011 handguns.
SIG ROMEO2 and Steiner MPS are two of the big names in the enclosed-emitter red dot market. I am a fan of both. The question comes down to which is better. Here's how they compare.
The creation of the Settler series marks a significant milestone as Heritage Manufacturing introduces its first lever-action firearms, made to offer gun owners the simplicity, reliability, and authentic aesthetic of the Old West experience.
Bag guns are discreet, compact, lightweight, and convenient for home or travel. Here are some of the best bag guns on the market.
If you’re looking for a great quality light, be sure to check out the Streamlight TLR-9.
The Beretta 80X Cheetah is a reliable work of modern art. But don't just take my word for it. Let’s delve into the 80X Cheetah and how it performed after more than 300 rounds through it.
If you plan to build an AR-15 or make some major upgrades for the first time, any of these three would be a good rifle to learn with.
The advanced optical system, rugged design, and protective features make the Vortex Diamondback binoculars a versatile companion for a wide range of outdoor activities.
The Galco Scout 3.0 holster for the Sig Sauer P365, the Scout 3.0, offers carry position versatility and is available for pistols with or without a red dot.
When Daniel Defense came on the scene in 2000, its main goal was to create custom accessories for the owner’s personal rifles. What the company has become now is far larger than that simple dream. In the past 23 years, Daniel Defense has taken that first goal and built a firearms powerhouse.
You've heard of the AR-15, but what about it's big brother, the AR-10? Let's dig into it's history, design, and relevance in modern times.
Throughout history, artillery (including the howitzer) has undergone drastic changes, with the earliest models being unrecognizable compared to the pieces of today.
An EDC pouch filled with basic supplies could help solve thousands of issues. This makes it a perfect item to carry, and it's insanely easy to put together.
Dry fire is a legitimate, effective method for improving your firearm skills. Here are the reasons why you should do it, and how.
Micro-sized dots have become a popular backup sight option on rifles with magnified optics. To master this offset technique, you need the right mount. Today we have a mount from Warne that does it just right!
The National Museum of the United States Marine Corps has become a top tourist attraction in Virginia, drawing in more than 500,000 people annually. The facility is on track to welcome its seven millionth guest this November.
When you’re optic shopping you spend a lot of time considering cost, clarity, and eye relief. You want the best possible glass for the money, but have you stopped to consider how the optic in question will handle the weather? Consider this your cold-weather optics primer.
Alien Gear Holsters is proud to announce the release of their newest holster: the Rapid Force Level 2 Slim Holster for the Glock 17 pistol.
Gun safety rules for experienced shooters are the same as for beginners. The only difference is that they may be applied to a wider range of scenarios, some of which may distract experienced shooters more than beginners. Let’s examine how that might look.