Gear Review: ZRODelta DLOC-SS Bipod Mounting System

Only last weekend I was hunting with a borrowed rifle and found myself swearing at its bipod. Dropping prone on uneven terrain to shoot a walking hog at 375 yards across a lake, the non-canting, non-panning Harris model cost me the better part of 30 seconds that would have been a cant-induced miss if I […]

Tons of New Goods From Lyman Products: SHOT Show 2018

Whoops! Two months later and I just stumbled across these photos from my visit to the Lyman Products booth at SHOW Show 2018. They have a ridiculous number of new products coming out this year, all of which you can see by downloading the new products catalog here (and find over 200 of which on Brownells […]

New From Nikon: BLACK FX1000 Line of Riflescopes

With a lifetime warranty and high-end glass and features, Nikon is looking to steal a chunk of the long-range optics market with their aggressively-priced BLACK FX1000 line of scopes. If the promises hold true, they’ll be stiff competition for the likes of Vortex, Nightforce, SIG, et al. Stay tuned, as TTAG will be reviewing a […]

New From Savage: 110 Long Range Hunter AccuFit

Looking to reach out and touch something? Like…a four-legged beast? Savage has updated and upgraded the 110 with their highly-adjustable AccuFit stock system and user-adjustable AccuTrigger trigger, and is releasing it as the new 110 Long Range Hunter. TTAG has a .338 Lapua sample en route soon, so stay tuned. In the meantime, Savage’s press […]

Walther PK380 vs. S&W M&P380 Shield EZ

Smith & Wesson recently released the M&P380 Shield EZ. It’s designed to be easy to operate, easy to shoot, easy to load, and easy to field strip. And, as reviewed here, they #NailedIt. But Walther’s PK380 has been a fit for recoil-sensitive shooters and for those with diminished hand strength for nearly a decade. So, how […]

Gun Review: Smith & Wesson M&P380 Shield EZ

I bought my HK P7 (which now looks like this) for a screaming good price in early 2012. You see, the older gentleman I bought it from was selling all of his semi-auto pistols, as he could no longer operate them due to arthritis in his hands and generally diminished finger/grip strength. This is where Smith […]

A Tour of Bond Arms in Granbury, TX

Bond Arms makes derringers. And Bullpup pistols, like the one Jon reviewed here. Back in October I visited their manufacturing facility up in Granbury, Texas, about two-and-a-half hours north of me, and found out how the sausage is made . . . Full disclosure, I’m at Robert’s house and he’s fed me far too much […]

Gear Review: Ammo Ears Real Bullet Earplugs

I think we’ve all seen that old codger screw empty cases or live rounds into his ears as “hearing protection” on the range. If only on TV. But now you can hop over to ConcealedCarry.com and get a set of Ammo Ears, which provide 27 NRR of protection built off of actual, 9mm cases. Case […]

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