Hang around the shotgun world for a while and you’ll become familiar with the name Browning. As in John Browning. As in John Moses Browning. Firearm genius, engineering mastermind. Back in the early 1900s Mr. Browning introduced a semi-auto shotgun designed called the Auto 5. Today’s new shotgun we’re talking about is from [...]Continue Reading →
Good question, right? Probably not something that conjures up images of AR-15 glory days, law enforcement or military contacts or anything like that. Windham Weaponry sounds a little bit like a wizards shop that may be found in a World of Warcraft level or something where you buy potions and special creams for spells to [...]Continue Reading →
I’ll have a full post up tonight with the Heizer Defense DoubleTap designer, Ray Kohout. But for now I wanted to give you a quick look at this little carry pistol which comes in both .45 ACP and 9mm.
The DoubleTap will start at $500 for the aluminum frame and [...]Continue Reading →
I love 1911s. They aren’t my end all gun but I still love them. So a few weeks ago when I saw Umarex introduced 2 new models to their Regent 1911 line I got pumped. Because as much as I love a 1911, I love a good budget 1911 too. One that’s made well (albeit [...]Continue Reading →
If you had to have ONE gun for the inevitable zombiepocalypse, this very well could be it. It’s the DoubleStar, Corp J&T AK-47. It’s complete with an ACE Skeleton stock, a midwest industries quad rail forend, aimpoint micro red dot sight, Tapco SAW grip AND…. A CHAINSAW! That’s right, there’s an electric [...]Continue Reading →
The .22 training rifle craze is literally taking over. We have no chance. We’ve given in to their sugary sweetness. Their low recoil and effortless follow up shots beckon us to the range time and time again.
Well last year Beretta introduced the ARX 160 modular AR rifle platform in .223 Remington (which [...]Continue Reading →