Travis Pike is a former Marine Machine Gunner and a lifelong firearms enthusiast. Now that his days of working a 240B like Charlie Parker on the sax are over he's a regular guy who likes to shoot, write, and find ways to combine the two. He holds an NRA certification as a Basic Pistol Instructor and is probably most likely the world's Okayest firearm instructor. He is a simplicisist when it comes to talking about himself in the 3rd person and a self-professed tactical hipster. Hit him up on Instagram, @travis.l.pike, with story ideas.

Suppressors: History, Function, and Need

Suppressors are awesome muzzle devices that have been around for well over a century now. They are improving every year and even getting more modular, more affordable, and more accepted every day. But, do you really need one? Let's discuss.

Zeroing Your Pistol Red Dot: A How-To

The art of zeroing a red dot is broken down here by our author and makes it easy to get your shots exactly where you want them.

The .32 Caliber: Will It Ever Succeed?

There is a lack of modern firearms that chamber these cartridges as well. Off the top of my head, I only know of guns like the KelTec P32, the S&W Shield, the S&W EZ, the Ruger LCR, and the new S&W Lipsey’s exclusive 432 that chamber the various .32 caliber rounds. 

40 Years With the Sig Sauer P226: Another Fan’s Thoughts

The Sig Sauer P226 is a legendary warhorse. Proven by elite military and law enforcement agencies across the globe, the P226 platform turned 40 years old this year; a milestone few other makes and models can lay claim to. But, in the ever-changing world of handguns, why has it remained so popular?

The GunMagWarehouse Father’s Day Gift Guide

Burgers, beer, and great presents will let Dad know he's loved and appreciated, and you know him just enough to get him some sweet gifts. Sometimes, dads get focused on needs and must-haves rather than fun, so be the source of fun and provide him with something that gives him a new experience if you can. If practicality is your game, well, we have you covered there, too.

The Beretta M1935: A .32 ACP Service Pistol

The Beretta M1935 is a piece of history, but it's also a joy to shoot. Come along with me as we dive into the storied history of this iconic little pea shooter.

.25 ACP vs .22LR: Which is Better for CCW?

When comparing the .22LR and the 25 ACP, people tend to come down hard on the side of one or the other. Let's take an objective look.

The Modern Lever Action: Does It Make Sense?

The "Modern Lever Action" combines classic lever action operability, with semi-auto magazines and chamberings.

The 7075 – Safariland Has a Shoulder Rig

A proper shoulder holster draw involves throwing your nondominant arm and elbow upward to avoid flagging yourself. The cuff doesn’t restrict the movement, and you can throw the arm up, grab the gun, and get it into action.

The Real Guns of Robocop

After being blown to literal bits by the bad guys, Alex Murphy is rebuilt into RoboCop. RoboCop is no average police officer, so he doesn't carry your average handgun. Our hero is armed with Auto-9 handguns, a huge machine pistol capable of automatic fire. According to the film, the weapon holds 50 rounds, which seems impossible judging from the magazine size. Still, it's the future, I guess.

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