Gun Review: GLOCK 21SF

Over the last year, I’ve been helping law enforcement agencies with Tactical Combat Casualty Care instruction, patrols, fugitive recovery and warrant service. One of the departments I work with insists I carry a .45ACP full-size GLOCK 21. So my new duty weapon is the GLOCK 21SF . . . A couple of years ago I […]

Leaked: GLOCK 19X Due Out Jan 22

As reported by RECOIL yesterday, the interwebs discovered a landing page on GLOCK‘s website with a video and information about the as-yet-unreleased 19X. Apparently . . . an old URL was re-purposed as a testing page with the expectation that it wouldn’t be seen or found. The semi-automatic cat’s out of the ballistic bag now. […]

Gun Review: Smith & Wesson M&P9 M2.0 Compact

Aside from the M&P Shield, I’ve never been a fan of M&P pistols. I was continually surprised to see knowledgeable shooters compete with M&P’s — but not surprised that they’d changed the grip, sights, trigger and barrel. And then I shot the new full-sized Smith & Wesson M&P9 M2.0 featured in RF’s recent review. For all intents and […]

Leaked Info on New Rotating Barrel GLOCK 46

Somehow Recoil Magazine’s Sunday post breaking the news of GLOCK’s first rotating-barrel pistol got past us. The new gun’s numerical designation: GLOCK 46. Originally posted on German weapons magazine Das Magazin für Waffenbesitzer, the G46 has some other unique features besides that barrel. From the sounds of it, the G46 can be field stripped without the user having […]

Boring But Brilliant: How the Gen 5 Release Reveals GLOCK’s Mastery of Incremental Innovation

Reader Remington Tonar writes: Firearms enthusiasts have long noted the similarities between Apple’s and GLOCK’s approaches to product release cycles. With the recent Gen 5 release, GLOCK shows that it has not only mastered the incremental innovation strategy that’s fueled the iPhone’s success in the post-Jobs era, but that it has something to teach Apple […]

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