Savage’s New Model 110 Hog Hunter

JWT was tromping out in Texas hill country last night popping piggies with a .44 1858 Colt black powder revolver. Quite a challenge which we understand he was more than up to. If he’d been looking for an easier go of it, a good choice might have been Savage’s new Model 110 Hog Hunter. He’d […]

Guns From 2014 Illegal Montreal Machine Pistol Factory Still Turning Up

In 2014 the Canadian government closed down a clandestine machine pistol and silencer-making operation located in the LaSalle borough of Montreal. The web site Impro Guns has obtained some wonderful photographs that appear to be evidence photos from the raid. The machine pistols (almost certainly fully automatic) were made by a local metal fabrication company. […]

Springfield Adds Two New SBRs to the SAINT AR Rifle Line

Since they rolled out the original SAINT AR back in 2016, Springfield Armory’s been busy at work extending the line. (See Jeremy’s review of the original SAINT AR here.) First they added a SAINT AR pistol featuring a SB Tactical brace. Now, the latest line extension announced today are two new short-barrel models, the aptly-named SAINT SBR […]

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 […]

Swiss to Debate EU-Style Restrictive Gun Control Laws

Switzerland has long been one of the safest and best-governed countries in the world. The landlocked country has historically very few firearms restrictions and high rates of gun ownership. Until 1996, the firearms laws in Switzerland were entirely up to the local cantons. Gun laws in Switzerland were generally less restrictive than in much of […]

New From B&T: GHM9 Compact

B&T has so many 9mm sub-guns on the market I’m starting to loose track of them. The newest member of the B&T family is the GHM9 Compact. I reviewed the full sized GHM9 earlier this year and really liked it…other than its inability to feed hollow points (an issue that has since been resolved). The compact […]

Hands on with the new SIG MCX Virtus

At a recent media event held at HighSpeed Gear’s headquarters in North Carolina I had the chance to spend some quality time with the new Sig MCX VIRTUS. Aside from now being available in ultra operational grey as well as tactical peanut butter the MCX VIRTUS has a few practical upgrades over the standard MCX. […]