Gun Review: Kimber Micro 9 Raptor 9mm

My first everyday carry pistol was a Colt Government .380. By the time I was old enough to carry it, I’d forgotten where it came from. So I took it apart and discovered it was a modified U.S. Government-issued firearm. That made it a collector’s piece, which turned out to be a blessing. Because collector […]

Gun Review: B&T GHM9 9mm Pistol

According to B&T’s website, “We are producing weapons, accessories and suppressors for police, military, special units, and some qualified private shooters.” Here in the U.S., most of B&T’s Swiss-made guns hover around the $2,000 mark. So whatever qualifications B&T had in mind, add the word “financially.” That’s a lot of money for a non-competition oriented pistol. […]

The German Gewehr 1888 Rifle in 7.92 x 57mm

July 28, 1914. The world is at war. Germany and the Central Powers are fighting the Allies — the British Empire, France, Russia, Belgium, and their colonies in the far flung corners of the world. In 1917, the United States enters the fray . . . and stayed between the 28th day of July 1914 […]

Gun Review: Kimber Camp Guard 10mm 1911

Kimber America is a proud sponsor of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. In 2010, Kimber and RMEF co-branded a line of 84L rifles. This year, Kimber donated $50k to the wilderness preservation organization and co-branded a new 1911, the Kimber Camp Guard. The Camp Guard is a 10mm 1911 with the RMEF logo carved into Rosewood […]

Gun Review: Wilson Combat GLOCK 19

Earlier this year Wilson Combat announced they were putting their gunmaking know-how up against about a million garage GLOCKsmiths. Enter the “Wilson Combat GLOCK Custom Pistol Enhancements.” RF and I are fans of, and owners of, a few different Wilson Combat pistols. I’ve found their 1911s to be consistently high quality and great shooting guns. […]

Gun Review: Kimber K6s DCR .357 Magnum

The J Frame-size magnum revolver has been the quintessential backup gun for decades. And for a good reason. They’re easy to carry, fast to deploy and pack a heck of a punch. Kimber, known for their mid-market 1911s, got into the wheelgun game a few years ago with their version of the powerful snubby. Unsurprisingly, […]

Gun Review: American Rifle Company’s Mausingfield Action (LRI Build)

Thanks the rise of competitive shooting leagues such as PRS and movies such as American Sniper, precision rifles have been gaining popularity Does the American Rifle Company’s innovative “Mausingfield” action meet the market demand for an improved Mauser-style receiver maximized for long-range accuracy? . . . I discovered the Mausingfield action at SHOT Show 2016, when I meet Theodore […]

Gun Review: Ruger PC Carbine

It was hard to shake an AR at last year’s SHOT Show without hitting a pistol caliber carbine. They’re all the rage these days, including Ruger’s new PC Carbine seen here, but did you know Ruger’s been making semi-auto PCCs for almost 60 years? My grandpa has a Model 44 from the 70’s, which he’s […]

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