Sentry Tactical Hexmags offer some great features, like the honeycomb grip profile, the color coding, and, most of all, the performance. Check 'em out. I'm glad I did. Bet you will be too.
KCI makes a solid 15-round Carbine mag that is better than the original GI mags. I have one of those old mags, but I don’t use it. It’s not reliable. The KCI mags are.
Of late, the trend has been to raise the capacity of micro-compact pistols, most often of the 9mm persuasion. And manufacturers have been doing a splendid job of it. There are a few main players in the current micro-compact game, with Springfield Armory’s Hellcat being among them. Today we’re going to take a look at […]
Hecker & Koch's USP (Universal Self-Loading Pistol) is a gorgeous pistol. To be more precise, the slide is a true work of art in steel, with lots of extra, unnecessary machining work that Germans are known for. It's beautifully over-engineered, and it shows.
So you want to use a magazine-fed shotgun for home defense, hunting, or competition, or just mag dumping into a heap of trash. I get it. These platforms offer quicker reloads and even higher ammunition capacity. Plus, they tend to be pretty common these days.
Capacity often seems to be the equivalent of location in real estate with new handgun releases often including higher capacity magazines or listing larger capacity as one of the main selling points. But does capacity truly make a difference? Let's take a look.
KCI magazines come at an affordable price point without compromising on quality or performance. Shoot more and get more out of your Glock without spending the big bucks.
Sig designed the P365 series around their new double-stack magazine. It worked. With this mag, you can increase capacity and extend the grip. What’s not to like?
Like everything else it builds, Heckler & Koch goes totally overboard with their magazines and the mags for the USP Compact are no exception. These are among the very best metal magazines for any pistol on the market.
Can you have too many magazines? The most common answer is no. But most people have finite resources to devote to self-defense and firearms. What is the reasonable balance? Let's look at it from a few angles.