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C&H Precision’s New Scope Tube Mounts for Red Dots

C&H Precision of Richmond Hill, Georgia, specializes in rifle and pistol optics and custom handgun slide sighting solutions. New for 2024 is their new line of red dot scope tube mounts, which give you a close-range option when you are working with a high-magnification rifle scope.

What is a Good Trigger?

We've all picked up a gun and immediately rendered judgment because of how the trigger felt. So, what makes a good trigger? Is it the weight, pull length to make it go "bang", or something else?

Vortex Binoculars: A Review of the Triumph 10x42mm Binos

Vortex's Triumph HD 10x42mm binoculars currently sell for $99.99 at Gunmag Warehouse. In addition to that great price, there is a 15% off coupon as this is being written. For that price, you cannot possibly beat these binoculars! In the end, they may not be fancy, but they sure do get the job done.

New AR-10 Tools from Real Avid

Real Avid, the leader in DIY gun cleaning tools and maintenance items for your rifle, pistol, or shotgun, has expanded their lineup to include gunsmithing tools specifically for the AR-10 platform.

The Girsan MC P35 PI: Too Cool Hi-Power

The Girsan MC P35 PI turned out to be a surprisingly nice gun. I'm currently craving the Ops model to use an optic and scrambling to find a good holster. Luckily, I think that won't prove to be too tough. While I'm writing this in 2024, the MC P35 PI might be my personal favorite handgun of 2023. 

Lever-Action Rifles: A History

The lever-action rifle might seem outdated to some, but nothing could be further from the truth. Not only does the lever-action system maintain its usefulness today, but it's a platform that's proven itself through generations of gun owners. We're going to take a look at the history and related use of these guns and how they're still relevant today.

The VZ 70: A Review of a Classic

I have a hit list of guns in .32 ACP I want, which includes a Walther PP or PPK. However, those seem tough to find, but the VZ 70 tends to be a bit more common. These guns originated from the VZ 50 and were often used as police weapons during the Cold War, but once the Berlin Wall fell, they were marketed and sold in the states. The little VZ 70 is a small pistol but is fairly large for a .32 ACP.

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