TTAG’s gun reviews are the most popular thing we do. Day in and day out our reviews get the most traffic of any article type on the entire site. There’s just one problem: they tend to get buried in the deluge of other articles we publish. Click here to search our hundreds of reviews. And here’s how to stay up-to-date with the latest reviews we publish . . .

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9 Responses to Housekeeping: Never Miss Another TTAG Gun Review!

  1. “There’s just one problem: they tend to get buried in the deluge of other articles we publish.”

    ‘Deluge’ is putting it nicely. I’d rather an option where I can subscribe to certain writers, with an option to pick and choose who.

  2. So instead of burying them under a deluge of low quality articles, can you stop publishing low quality articles? I used to be a huge fan, but lately there’s an awful lot of Clickbait style articles that have basically no substance. I don’t want to read “Top 3 Reasons not to blank”. Go back to offering gun and gear reviews along with some firearm related political news. The general quality of this site has plummeted in the last year. And that’s not being critical or unfair, I still check it daily but less and less often are articles worth reading actually posted here. Combine that with your incredibly awful advertising links and this place is really starting to be the bottom of the barrel when it comes to Firearms news.

    • I don’t really see them as much of a problem when I can just delete them from my email in a second.

  3. Thanks for being just once a week, to avoid a flood, and to keep it to weekends when I have more spare time to read them. That is awesome forethought!

  4. Oh BS. I entered my email address hoping it would end the damn “Subscribe to TTAG’s Newsletter” annoying popup. It doesn’t, after you sign you, you get emails about stuff you might have missed and still get the annoying popup. I don’t see any advantage.

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