Gun Review: Arex REX zero 1T 9mm Pistol

I have been cheating on my Beretta 92 for about a year now. The Italian has served me well, but I have found something new. My new love is an awkwardly named Slovenian, the Arex REX zero 1. And it does things my Beretta can only dream of. Earlier this year a new version was […]

Hands on With the New B&T APC9 SD

While at the NRAAM in Dallas I had the chance to play with the new B&T APC9 SD. Like all things B&T it just oozes quality. Many of the newer guns that claim to be integrally suppressed really just have a reflex suppressor that screws on the barrel and a rear bulkhead. Not the APC9 […]

Hands on With the HK USC

The HK USC (semi auto version of the UMP) is coming back to the US market in very limited numbers. With an MSRP of $1500 it’s not exactly a cheap gun but in the HK world the USC is a pretty good deal. HK has one on display at NRA show. I got to check […]

Is it Finally the Year of the Bushmaster ACR?

The moment ACR owners have been waiting for has finally arrived. Well kinda. Bushmaster will soon be shipping ACR replacement barrels in different calibers. I know what you are thinking, “I can finally have an ACR in 300 BLK!” Not just yet, Bushmaster decided they’d work on the 450 Bushmaster and 6.8 SPC barrels first […]

New from Magpul: The Magpul Bipod

Magpul — you know, the guys who make PMAGs and everything else that goes on your AR, AK, shotgun and bolt gun — are getting into the bipod market. Their new bipod is feature packed and at only $109.95 it’s budget friendly. How feature packed is it? Well it can tilt 50° and pan 40°, […]

Hands on with the Sig Sauer P320 X-Five

At a recent media event hosted by High Speed Gear and SIG SAUER, I had the chance to spend some quality time with the new SIG P320 X-Five SIG’s new five-inch competition gun featuring the improved X-Five trigger. I didn’t have enough time with the pistol do give it a full review so this mini review […]

New From Cobalt Kinetics: Model Twenty-Seven

Cobalt Kinetics’ new Twenty-Seven might end up being a good option for shooters in less-than-free states such as California. With four different versions in prices ranging from from $1,765 to $3,760 it had better be a really great rifle. And given our experience with Cobalt, that seems a good bet. They’re also available in every […]

New from Garmin: Foretrex 701 with Applied Ballistics

I have been using Garmin products for about 20 years now. My first unit wasn’t nearly accurate enough for my overland surveying needs so my measuring tape (in tenths of feet not inches), Sunto compass and inclinometer had to do. During the 1990s, the US government intentionally degraded civilian accuracy of GPS units with what they […]

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