• AAC Illusion 9mm Review

    Utilizing the Maxim 1919 Design as a base, Advanced Armament Corp. puts forth their offering in the offset Silencer market. How does it fare? Read more...

  • Magpul D60 Review

    You've seen the 5, 10, 20 and 30 Rounders. You have seen polymer in the 40 rounder... Welcome to the "funazine" family the D60, Magpul's Polymer 60 round Drum mag that does what others don't. Read more...

  • The Kydex Review No One Wants to Do

    Those companies that are growing and making money let alone thriving in the Kydex holster making industry are providing a consistent finished product that is better than you, me or my brother's cousin's stepsister's husband Bill who used to be a SEAL Force Team Ranger Delta 9 Read more...

  • Art of War Industries

    There are hundreds, if not thousands, of manufacturers of all sizes churning out gear in leather and Kydex, in all sorts of patterns and colors, and with any of a million different features. After deploying some rudimentary Google Fu, I stumbled upon a shop called Art of War Industries. Read more...

  • Falkor Defense Blitz Prototype SBR

    We got our hands on the new Falkor Prototype... the Blitz. Here is a whole bunch of gratuitous Slow Motion and high definition shenanigans showcasing the new offerings from Falkor Defense for your viewing pleasure. Read more...

  • Arsenal Strike One Review

    The Strike One shoots ridiculously smoothly. I've been shooting a lot of pistols for a lot of years, and I can't recall ever shooting one that feels quite like the Strike One. Read more...

  • Surefire Ryder-S Review

    The Surefire Ryder 22s is a great, rugged can for all your 22 needs, even Magnum! Read more...

  • Agency Arms Glock 17 Review

    Does the Agency trigger package make you more accurate? Adorning a Trijicon RMR, accellerator cuts to the frame, stippling... is it worth it? Read more...

  • Brilliance in the Basics

    Brilliance in the Basics is all about simplifying your training to hone fundamentals before you find issues in more complex drills. Read more...

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AAC (Advanced Armament Corp.) released their 9mm offset can dubbed the "Illusion 9) and we were fortunate enough to get to play with it for an extended period of time. The offset design is both convenient for...
You've seen the 5, 10, 20 and 30 Rounders. You have seen polymer in the 40 rounder... Welcome to the "funazine" family the D60, Magpul's Polymer 60 round Drum mag that does what others don't. I am not one for high...
Why is this "The Kydex Review No One Wants To Do" you ask? I refer back to the 67 different holster companies and their request for reviews. This is not us saying everyone sucks. This is us saying that molded plastic...
One of the greatest joys I get from shooting comes from competing in 3-gun matches. I'm a bit competitive by nature, and any excuse to get out and shoot a bunch of guns, racing against the clock and besting other...
If there's one thing I think we all know about those Russians it's that they generally have good ideas when it comes to building guns. I'm not much of an AK fan, per se, but I see their value and their benefits. I hear...
Trinity Force rail review part two: in which our intrepid heroes set out to break stuff and try to figure out why it broke. As you’ll recall from part one of this review, we built up a nice AR upper in order to test out...
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The Falkor Blitz is based on the Ambidextrous design originated by SI-Defense and it does not disappoint. Personally I am not a fan of Ambi-anything as it always seems to be some clunky add-on or bolt-on or goofy...
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