<p>The STANAG or standard AR-15 magazine is the most common rifle magazine in the United States. Inexpensive, lightweight and available in dozens of capacities, these little ammunition delivery devices can be found in nearly every gun shop in America. But did you know that the AR-15 isn't the only gun to utilize these super-common mags?</p>
SKS Blues The SKS is an underrated rifle. Between its limited magazine capacity and short military service life, it doesn’t get much respect. Years ago, this wasn’t the case. Swaths of ultra-affordable SKS carbines once flooded the surplus market. Shooters who wouldn’t consider a Russian firearm otherwise found themselves with a quality medium game […]
Compact handguns need compact lights. Yet most small lights can't stand up to the abusive recoil, or they have limited power. Some have restrictive run-times. So what's the best option for a small light? Is there an option that can compete with bigger lights? Check out the TLR-7.
The Kel Tec Sub 2000 and Ruger PC 9 are two of the most popular pistol-caliber-carbines. Let’s put the two guns to the test for a bugout gun showdown.
Though the Sig P239 is obsolete, it still has fans. In the mid-90’s it was Sig's smallest, lightest offering in a military cartridge. Read this review.
If you are new to the world of suppressors, I'd suggest finding one can that can work on multiple guns. The Osprey is a solid choice and has many advantages you won't find on the typical suppressor.
Firefield Rival Foregrip combines vertical grip muzzle climb reduction with added pointability of a pure angled grip. After testing? It's worth every cent.
No matter what you think about the Reformation, one thing is certain: any product that shines a light on the insanity and pointlessness of the NFA is a good thing.
The Manticore Arms Afterburner, at its core, is a linear compensator. It expands the Bulgarian muzzle device design and efficacy by permitting the user to configure it into one of three different muzzle devices.