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Is the Pistol Brace Next To Be Banned?

“White House orders pistol braces to be banned” Imagine clicking on your favorite news site or gun blog and reading those very words. Don’t think it can happen? remember that recently owners of slide fire or “bump stocks” found themselves in the very same situation. An accessory that was legal for years was suddenly called […]

Upgrading the Glock 19: Shadow Systems Match Barrel

Upgrading the Glock 19: Shadow Systems Match Barrel

The Glock 19 may be one of the most popular carry pistols in the world. It’s capacity, reliability, dimensions and cost are all contributing factors that make the Glock 19 so popular. It remains my choice to carry 75% of the time as well. Splitting duties with my Glock 43 when I need deeper concealment. While there are many […]

Hyve Industries Mag Release

Hyve Industries Mag Release

*Republished with permission from Hooks & Ammo For the crowd that would rather watch a video than read here is the video review. My only issue so far with the Glock 22 is the mag release. The stock may release sits too tight to the grip for my preference. On the 22 it’s so close to […]

9mm compensators: Necessary or just hype

9mm compensators: Necessary or just hype

In the pistol forums, I browse through, I’ve been reading a lot of hype about 9mm compensators. It seems to be the hot topic these days. And if you don’t have one on your Glock, you’re somehow missing out. I for one, never really put much thought into it. Seriously, it’s a 9mm we’re talking […]

Grey Ghost Precision Glock Slide: Beyond Perfection

Grey Ghost Precision Glock Slide: Beyond Perfection

Grey Ghost Precision is a Lakewood, Washington based manufacturer that is most well known for making a nice selection of AR-15 rifles to fit the needs of Law Enforcement, Military Personnel and responsible armed citizens. The company makes rifles and uppers in the most common rifle cartridges used on the AR-15 platform, ranging from 6.5 […]

NeoMag RASC

The NeoMag RASC (Revolver Ammunition Strip Concealment): A revolver revolution

It’s not often we see revolutions in the field of revolvers. Revolvers are revolvers, right? They work and work well. The revolver is still a very popular choice for concealed carry and revolver carriers have likely thought the market and technology for revolvers, has become stagnant. Well NeoMag, a company known for creating a concealed […]

Wicked Grips 1911 Magazine

Wicked Grips 1911 Magazine

In a previous Wicked Grips article, I thanked them. They introduced me to my old friend, the 1911. Because of this, I’m now buying a 10mm 1911. Wicked Grips has caused me to purchase even more 45 acp. Their 1911 Wicked Grips and 1911 magazine had me bringing my old friend to the range even more. The Wicked Grips […]

Magpul Product Release: PMAG 27 GL9, a 27-round Glock magazine

Magpul Product Release: PMAG 27 GL9, a 27-round Glock magazine

The PMAG 27 GL9 is a 27-round Glock 9mm magazine featuring our proprietary all-polymer construction for flawless reliability and durability over thousands of rounds. Meeting the overall length requirements for a 170MM competition magazine, the PMAG 27 GL9 offers additional capacity without the need for expensive extensions. It includes a high visibility, controlled-tilt follower, a […]

The new RASC (Revolver Ammunition Strip Concealment) from NeoMag

The new RASC (Revolver Ammunition Strip Concealment) from NeoMag

The RASC (Revolver Ammunition Strip Concealment) is the first solution to address pocket carrying revolver ammunition with a pocket clip. This is the first product to be completely CNC Machined in-house with our HAAS. We CNC machine from 6061 aluminum and anodize black. The Titanium pocket clips are Cerakote black. The RASC is backed with […]

The Recover Over Rail: To hell with proprietary

The Recover Over Rail: To Hell with Proprietary

If there is one word I hate to hear more than any other it’s “proprietary,” at least when it comes to guns. Proprietary rails, magazines, etc are typically a real pain in the ass. Especially when an industry standard already exists. If you make a 5.56 semi-automatic, magazine fed rifle and it doesn’t use the […]