SHOT Show: Pop Culture Edition

The nice part about SHOT Show is that you can bump into people and objects that you normally only see in magazines, on TV, and other forms of media. While I was talking about some new Smith & Wesson products at their impressive booth smack dab in the middle of the main floor, I happened […]

SHOT Show: Hands On With The Brownells BRN-180

I must admit that I was very happy to be present when the new Brownells BRN-180 was introduced yesterday. There isn’t much out there as far as info, but luckily, you have your friend Josh to tell you all about it. Author’s Note: The BRN-180 is sold as an upper receiver only. My observations here […]

Should You Buy An AK-47 Rifle?

In a recent article of mine, I talked about both chickens and the .300 AAC Blackout round. I presented the idea that, from a practical standpoint, the 300 BLK is an extremely practical cartridge for general use, a breed made for today’s demands that can both show well and make meat, so to speak. I […]

Gun Review: GLOCK 36 Single Stack .45

Hot on the heels of the announcement of the new single-stack slimline G43X and G48, both of which are skinny little 9mm’s, I am going to take the time to do a rewind and look at GLOCK’s first attempt at the single-stack slimline game: the .45 ACP GLOCK 36. The early generations of GLOCK pistols […]

Why You Should Buy A 300 Blackout Gun

There is nothing I like more than writing about ammunition and guns, with the possible exception of sitting in my 3,000 square foot (and growing) covered chicken enclosure watching them happily do their thing. Today we will be looking at life, liberty, poultry, and what all that has to do with you buying a rifle […]

Gun Review: GLOCK 19 Gen 5 9mm

In my recent review of the new GLOCK 45, I discussed some points that make it one of the best shooting 9mm pistols I’ve fired, and certainly the best GLOCK I’ve had to the pleasure to holster. Today we are going to be looking at the latest variation of the ever-popular GLOCK 19, this time […]