Gear Review: MyCharge Portable Power Outlet

I can hear Robert yelling at me as enter the title to this review. “This is a firearms website! Why the hell are we reviewing a big *ss battery?” As Lucentio would say, my reasons are both good and weighty. I get the feeling that you readers would appreciate this one . . . There’s been […]

Scope Review: SIG SAUER TANGO6 4-24×50

There was a time when SIG SAUER did one thing and did it well. Those times are past. SIG SAUER now does just about everything and . . . still does it well. Over the last decade, the company’s expanded their product line to include ammunition, optics, suppressors, and even airguns. The TANGO6 series are SIG’s […]

Taran Tactical Sponsored Shooter: Government Should Take Away Our Guns to Make Us Safer

Taran Butler is one of the world’s best 3-gun shooters . He’s turned his experience and expertise into a profitable company, training for individuals and movie stars like Keanu Reeves as well as marketing competition focused gear and Taran Butler licensed firearms. While he’s made his fortune thanks to the support of Second Amendment-loving gun owners, one […]

New from Mossberg: Double Stack Magazine Fed 590 Pump Shotgun

Earlier today we talked about Mossberg’s copy of the Ruger Precision Rifle. Now, let’s talk about their copy of Remington’s magazine fed 870 DM. As announced in the press release (below) the shotgun is exactly what you would expect. They took their existing 590 pump action shotgun and slapped a magazine on the bottom.  What […]

How Big is SHOT Show?

So big that the infographic they gave us about the show is too big to put on the front page. As the rest of the team is still waking up from their late night out partying in Las Vegas and boarding the busses for Media Day at the Range, I figured it would be a […]

New from Mossberg: MVP Precision Bolt Action Rifle

Ruger introduced their Precision Rifle back in 2015. Word comes today that Mossberg is launching a competitor, their own Precision Bolt Action Rifle based on their MVP line of rifles. Available in 6.5 Creedmoor and 7.62 NATO (like the RPR) and in a chassis which supports detachable magazines and all the usual bells and whistles, […]

How an AK-47 Works, in 3D [VIDEO]

The whole concept behind how a firearm operates can be a little confusing. Gigantic visual aids have been a staple of basic firearms training in the military since at least the Second World War. These days, thanks to computer graphics and 3D modeling we can see the whole process without ever leaving the comfort of […]

Gun Review: Lone Star Arms Performance Tuned KS-12

I’m not a fan of the AK pattern 12 gauge semi-auto shotguns. I reviewed the original Saiga 12 back in 2011; I was not pleased. Last year Kalashnikov Concern released a version of the same firearm called the Kalashnikov KS-12 which fixed some of my complaints. But it still didn’t reliably cycle common ammunition. Lone […]

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