Sometimes, even a quality, well-designed (mostly) product will fail. It happens all the time and can be for any number of reasons. Such was the case with the Bren Ten pistol, as explained to us by none other than Larry Vickers. In the late 1970s and early 1980s, a California company called Dornaus and Dixon […]
Hijacking airliners was like an international sport in the 1960s and early 1970s. Political activists, criminals, folk legends (looking at YOU, D.B. Cooper, wherever you are), and more than a few psychos tried their hand at knocking over airplanes to further whatever goal they had in their twisted little minds. It never ended well, but […]
Ian McCollum of Forgotten Weapons got his hands on a historic Webley revolver variant and gives us the lowdown.
What happens when you use your revolver incorrectly? Do we really want to find out? Here are some things Jerry Miculek says not to do.
Revolvers are outdated. If you’re offended by that statement, please vent your frustration in the comments and change my mind. I mean, you’d do that anyhow, but it’s nice to have permission. But before you get all fired up, read a little further. They might be outdated in terms of capacity and, to a lesser […]
Ever take the time to listen to your gun? I don’t mean the loud “bang” that we protect our ears from. I mean paying attention to its operation.
Last week’s election in Virginia was a seismic event, but why were those results so significant for gun owners? You'll want to read this.
What causes Failure to Fire and how can you resolve it? The Tap Rack Bang drill. Here's how it works, and some other good advice too.
Did you know that one of the common methods for running a stovepipe drill is actually...wrong? Here's a better way to prepare for a real FTE.
When Taran Butler talks about a competition gun, it’s a big deal. Watch his review of the Sig MPX 9mm PCC, or as he calls it, "a sewing machine of shreddingness".