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  • Flashback Friday-November 2008

    In his cover review and test of SIG Sauer’s P250 in November of 2008, author Stan Trzoniec called it “A pistol for all seasons.”

  • This SCCY CPX-2 pistol has a manual safety.  The safety was positive in its function and operated very smoothly.
  • SCCY’s the Limit

      SCCY’s the Limit The CPX Offers Desirable Features in an American Made, Economy-Priced 9mm   Telling someone they can get an American-made double-stack 9mm semi-auto for $299 is like offering to sell oceanfront property in Nebraska. People will seriously … Continue reading »

  • With bipod in place, the CZ Urban Counter Sniper is ready for action. This is a gun for dedicated long-range shooters who demand superb accuracy and total reliability. Those are very high expectations of any rifle, but the CZ has the goods to meet the needs of even the most demanding of shooters in a portable, maneuverable package.
  • CZ’s Urban Counter Sniper Rifle

        COUNTER SERVICE CZ’s Urban Counter Sniper Rifle Combines Outstanding Accuracy with Compact Size. Story & Photos by Brad Fitzgerald   Ceska Zbrojovka. The latest winner of America’s Top Model? Not quite. If you’re a firearms aficionado, the name … Continue reading »

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  • The Holster

      DRAWING ON EXPERIENCE The Holster, Though Often Overlooked, is Critically Important for Speed and Security Story & Photos by Chuck Taylor   In the world of tactical handgunning, there is no shortage of opinions. Gun type and size, caliber, … Continue reading »

  • The Magnum Hunter’s new proprietary muzzle brake system employs a removable radial-port muzzle brake. It can be removed and replaced with a dynamically-matched muzzle weight that enables the rifle to shoot to the same point of aim.
  • Ruger’s Risk, Your Reward (Part 2)

    Part two of two, on Ruger’s New M77 Hawkeye Magnum Hunting Rifle! To read Part 1, click here! A New Approach to Muzzle Brakes Many custom rifle makers have, for some time, installed muzzle brakes on a high percentage of their … Continue reading »