Blackpowder vs. Modern Cartridges
Always facinated by the differences between ammunition in black powder and modern cartridges. The NRA Writes Without ammunition, a firearm is no more than an inefficient club. For this reason, much of the technological development effort in firearms history was devoted to ammunition. Essentially, ammunition consists of four parts: powder, projectile, primer and cartridge case. […]Read More
5 first time gun buying tips!
These are great if you have never bought one before! The NRA Writes The recent rise in the number of concealed-carry permit holders translates to a lot of first-time gun owners purchasing firearms. If you’re a long-time shooter who grew up around firearms the notion that buying a gun could be intimidating is hard to fathom—in […]Read More
MIDGET WRESTLING! Not the kind your thinking of!
Always like the older scorpions! GunsAmerica writes Lots of things about the 1960’s and 70’s seem strange in retrospect. World War 2 veterans were, on average, about 40 to 50 years old, and the specter of that global conflict still loomed over most everything. The Cold War threatened daily to go hot, and average people […]Read More
Check out the Armys new XM1158 Advanced Armor Piercing Round!
Thats one impressive piece of ammo! The FirearmBlog writes The first photographs of the tungsten carbide cores for the US Army’s new XM1158 round have surfaced. The Army’s 7.62x51mm XM1158 Advanced Armor Piercing (ADVAP) round featured in the US Army’s Manufacturing Technology program 2018 Fiscal Year Update as one of their successful programs. The XM1158 round is said to provide improved performance against barriers and armour […]Read More
You wont believe where this woman hides her GUNS!
Im actually Impressed! The gun hub writes Too many women complain that their outfits just can’t accommodate a concealed weapon. As a result, many end up carrying a weapon off their body in a purse, or they leave it behind completely in their home or car. Anna Taylor demonstrates a line of concealed carry solutions […]Read More
Islamic Militants Moving In? Grab a shotgun! *VIDEO*
Seems like a good plan! Guns.com writes From the West African country of Mali comes a story of an isolated village where the locals have banded together to fight off terrorists with whatever they have. Mali has been in the midst of a low-key war since 2012 that started off with Tuareg rebels fighting the […]Read More
22 squibs in a barrel. A new record?
In one barrel. How this person didn’t realize the bullets weren’t leaving the firearm is unreal. The FirearmBlog Writes JP Enterprises out of Hugo, Minnesota, posted a picture of a 9×19 mm barrel cut in half. The picture caught a lot of attention and I’m sure you can see why. Someone managed to fit no less than twenty-two rounds of 9 mm […]Read More
How To: Driving with Firearms!
Great article for those who are worried or have never traveled with a firearm! The NRA writes There are four general styles of firearm transport, outlined below. You should be familiar with all of them, based on your particular needs, circumstances and the laws in the particular state or jurisdiction in which you intend to […]Read More
Good News for HK416 owners from Brownells!
The FirearmBlog writes During my trip to Germany last week, I took a special trip up to Hamburg, Germany to visit Zib Militaria. Zib is a surplus dealer in some rare gun parts. Heiko, the owner, has acquired some rare machine gun partsas well as stock piled a bunch of HK goodies. Among them are piles of HK 416 and 417 parts along with guns minus the barrels and bolts. This is due […]Read More
Which Focal Plane Optic Do You Need?
This is some really crucial if not helpful information when trying to decide what scope to get! Gun Digest writes Choosing the right riflescope can be challenging. One of the first decisions you must make is deciding between a first or second focal plane scope. What are the fine points of focal plane selection? What […]Read More
Fast Firing Weapons that are older than the 2nd Amendment
This will kill the lefts argument! The Tribunist writes As the debate about firearms and the Second Amendment heats up, you will likely hear this line repeated frequently: “The authors of the Second Amendment were writing about muskets, not assault rifles.” Muskets are single-shot guns. They aren’t fast. They certainly aren’t repeaters, or machine guns. […]Read More
Armor maker gets himself shot by AK47!
This man really does have good faith in his products. This kinda thing is best left to the professionals. The Tribunist writes Body armor is an invaluable resource for law enforcement and military personnel. Increasingly efficient material construction has made armor, like the ceramic plates demonstrated in the video below, much less cumbersome. And it […]Read More