Hunting Challenge: Texas Hogs With A Handgun

By David Parrish If you’ve ever sat around a campfire telling hunting stories, the subject of Texas hogs has probably come up. You’ve no doubt heard tell of both the fantastic and the failures involved in seeking and destroying these fast-moving, land-ravaging beasts. Being quick and elusive, it’s usually only when the setting is just […]

Gun Review: B&T TP9 Pistol

The B&T TP9 started life back in 1989 as the select fire Steyr TMP (tactical machine pistol). Neutered semi-auto versions were later imported to the US as the Steyr SPP (special purpose pistol). Exactly what the “special purpose” is remains a mystery to this day . . . Steyr only produced the SPP between 1992 […]

Gun Review: H&K VP9SK

Back in the day, I ran economic development for Texas. Convincing firearms manufacturers to move or expand in The Lone Star State was one of the favorite parts of my job. I didn’t think H&K would ever be one of my targets. But then, lo’ and behold, there I was, sitting in the Governor’s office with the CEO of […]

New From Ed Brown: FX1 9mm 1911s

Oooh, now that’s a cool looking gun. Ed Brown is building some modern flair into their new FX1 models with unique slide serrations and ports, an optics cut, light rail, magwell, and custom finish. Plus, of course, a 9mm 1911 is clearly better than a .45. Ed Brown’s new product announcement and more photos follow […]

Cabot Guns Relaunches Alchemy Custom Weaponry

Premium custom 1911 maker Cabot Guns bought Alchemy Custom Weaponry in 2016. Now they’re re-launching the brand in advance of SHOT, featuring three hand-tuned and fitted 1911 pistols in the mid to upper $2000 range…about half the starting price of a Cabot. Here’s their press release . . . Cabot Guns Launches Legendary Alchemy Custom […]

How to Buy a 1911 From the Civilian Marksmanship Program

Mark Johnson, Chief Operating Officer of the Civilian Marksmanship Program writes: To all CMP constituents: The CMP Board of Directors has discussed at length how the sales of 1911s would be handled, if the CMP were to ever receive them from the United States Army. Some preliminary decisions: Decisions concerning the grade and pricing of […]

10 Things You Didn’t Know About the Ruger Blackhawk [Video]

There’s just something about a revolver that still appeals to millions of American gun owners. They’re used for everything from home defense to plinking, to hunting and bugout bag duty as simple, effective survival guns. Ruger began making their venerable Blackhawk over sixty years ago and it’s still a popular choice among wheel gun devotees. […]

Cimarron Announces the 1851 Navy Percussion Peacemaker Revolver

Colt’s 1851 Navy revolver was one of the authentic classics that cemented the Hartford, Connecticut gun maker’s reputation. These 7.5-inch barrel cap-and-ball beauties were made for almost a quarter century until 1873 and used extensively during the Civil War and by soldiers and explorers far beyond. Now, Cimarron Firearms is offering their reproduction “Percussion Peacemaker” […]

Former Trump Aide Sebastian Gorka Carries Two Guns!

Recoil just published a Q & A with former Trump Aide Sebastian Gorka. Mr. Gorka is a die-hard gun guy and 2A supporter. Recoil published their photo of his everyday carry kit on Twitter (above) — complete with a GLOCK 29 and a 9mm Smith & Wesson M&P and a tourniquet. Anti-gun rights, anti-Trump progressives got all kind […]

12345...102030...