Gun Review: BUL G-Cherokee Compact Gen 2

By Austin Knudsen I recently reviewed the BUL Cherokee pistol, a full-size polymer framed CZ-75 pattern 9mm pistol manufactured in Israel. My review gun was imported into the U.S. in the early 2000s by Century Arms International, and was, to use some GLOCK-speak, the “Gen 1” version of the Cherokee. While doing some research for […]

Gun Review: Savage 10/110 BA Stealth Rifle

Savage Arms has earned a solid reputation for making highly accurate, quality rifles at an affordable price. As soon as I saw the 10/110 BA Stealth I was drawn to its minimalist, modern chassis stock appearance and Savage’s reputation for accuracy. TTAG borrowed this example, chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor and put it through its paces. Though […]

Taylor’s & Co. Firearms Compact 1911 in 9mm

At fist glance, the Taylor’s and Co. Compact 1911 closely resembles the WWII-era Government models. Only three-quarters the size. The Parkerized finish, the GI thumb safety, the sights and mostly bare slide give the gun a traditional look and feel. The extended beavertail grip safety is a slight departure, but one that’s much appreciated on the […]

Gun Review: Gen5 GLOCK 19 and 17

GLOCK handguns haven’t changed much since the early 80’s. Then again, they really haven’t had to. Looking more like the original two generations than Gens 3 and 4, I admit I was underwhelmed by what appeared to be minor tweaks GLOCK engineered into the Gen5. After shooting them, though, I believe GLOCK’s Gen5 is its best […]

Gun Review: GLOCK 19C Gen 4 9mm Pistol

There’s something to be said about shooting a fire-spewing handgun. Specifically, most people don’t want one. Should they? This is not the first compensated/ported GLOCK. Back in the day, Gaston’s gang sold a compensated Gen3 GLOCK 19. It was not a hit. In fact, I only saw it once in the hands of a southern […]

Gun Review: SIG SAUER 716 G2 DMR

SIG SAUER is best known for their extensive line of handguns. Over the last few years, the gunmaker’s been steadily expanding into the semi-auto rifle world. Their SIG SAUER MCX is still one of my favorite carbines (especially the shortened version), but that’s still a new gun. And for military contracts and law enforcement the […]

Gun Review: Kahr S9 9mm Pistol

I’ve never carried a single stack pistol. So when RF handed me a single-stack Kahr S9 in 9mm to review, I was on unfamiliar territory. While I appreciate the extra-concealability of a single stack handgun, is it worth sacrificing capacity for stealth and comfort? The Kahr S9 combines a matte stainless steel slide with a […]

Gun Review: Ruger 10/22 Target Rifle

Ruger’s ultra-popular 10/22 is fun, reliable, handy, fairly accurate and one of the most easy to customize platforms in the gun world. I’ve owned three over the years and always regret selling them. But as I became a more proficient shooter I eventually grew out of the standard 10/22 carbine. While the standard 10/22 models are […]

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