KRISS Vector GEN II Now Available in 10mm

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After years of fielding what I’d guess would be many hundreds if not thousands of requests for a Vector in 10mm Auto, KRISS is coming through. Delivery of 10mm Vectors…

Guns For Beginners: The GLOCK 43…Not For Noobs

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  I’d been eyeballing the new GLOCK 43 (street price about $450) since the NRA Convention 2015 when I first fondled one. It looks and feels, unsurprisingly, like a skinny…

Gear Review: Lone Wolf Alpha Wolf Threaded GLOCK Barrel

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Lone Wolf has been the #1 name in aftermarket GLOCK accessories, at least based on sales volume, for many years. While they’ve earned a solid reputation for decent quality at…

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Timberwolf Glock Frames – The Solution to Your Grip Problems [Content Contest]

By Paul K. **Warning** the following article may contain sarcasm. If you are a GLOCK fan boy, or have be running GLOCKs since before I was born, then please scroll…

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Gun Review: GLOCK G19 GEN4 MOS & G17 GEN4 MOS

GLOCK released their MOS, or Modular Optic System, line of pistols a year ago. With the ability to mount a variety of reflex-style red dot optics to the slide, the GEN4…

Gun Review: The 0% GLOCK GLOCK -or- Lone Wolf Limited Edition 2014

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“Perfection” is a strong marketing slogan, but it hasn’t stopped dozens of companies from manufacturing aftermarket replacement parts in the quest to upgrade the perfection that is GLOCK pistols. One…

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Gun Review: Law Enforcement Trade-In GLOCK 22

My go-to FFL, Best Buy Surplus, has always had a steady supply of LE trade-in GLOCKs. Suffice it to say, they’re fans of the genre. Last month they received a shipment…

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Gear/Gun Review: MechTech C.C.U. (Carbine Conversion Unit)

Do you own a GLOCK? A 1911? Well if you do, MechTech Systems of Kalispell, Montana has a C.C.U. for you. That’s Carbine Conversion Unit and it does just that…

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Gun Review: Lone Wolf G9 AR-15 Lower Receiver for GLOCK Magazines

As much as I have enjoyed shooting my 9mm-converted 5.56 lower, which uses a magazine well block insert to allow it to accept Colt-style 9mm stick mags, I definitely prefer…

GLOCK Sight Comparison: Ameriglo vs. Meprolight vs. TruGlo TFO

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I’m in the process of upgrading the sights on a few of my pistols so I figured I’d get a variety of sights and do a quick once over on…

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Obscure Object Of Desire: Glockworx/Zev G34 Race Gun

I’m not a GLOCK fan. I know they’re probably the most simple, reliable, functional handgun ever made, and I respect them for that. But I respect them from a distance. I’ve…

Dirk Diggler and I put the GLOCK 42 through its paces yesterday at On Target in Valley Park, Missouri. Long story short: it’s a mixed bag. While generally very soft-shooting, Gaston’s littlest gun seems to be fairly particular about the ammo it eats. Personal defense rounds ran through it, in the words of General Patton, like crap through a goose. On the other hand, heavier, hotter ammo was, well, more problematic. We confirmed Hickok45’s experience with Buffalo Bore 100gr. +P. That snappy-shooting stuff tends to lock the slide back. Freedom Munitions 100gr. gun food did it even more so, as Dirk found out, above. And while we’re fairly sure Dirk didn’t do it, it is possible to limp-wrist the gun. We ran seven or eight flavors through the babiest GLOCK in session one and I’ll probably feed it more in the coming days. Full details in the upcoming review, of course. Same bat time, same bat channel.

Shooting the GLOCK 42

Dirk Diggler and I put the GLOCK 42 through its paces yesterday at On Target in Valley Park, Missouri. Long story short: it’s a mixed bag. While generally very soft-shooting,…