There are literally hundreds of various 12 gauge shotgun loads. The various loads serve a variety of purposes. Then, if we add shotgun chokes to the equation, things can become even more confusing rather quickly.
For a while now, I’ve been running a video series called, “Handgun Showdown.” I’ve enjoyed aligning two manufacturers against each other while leaving the results in the hands of the viewers. The viewers write comments about which company they feel makes the better handguns. Each time I do this, I realize how diverse people are with their choices. I never know how the final results will shake out.
Building a Bare-Bones AR-15 from a hand milled and finished 80% Lower.
Taurus 856 Taurus upped their game with their revolver line when they introduced the new…
Our review of the Sccy CPX-3 .380. A budget friendly sidearm packed with value!
Each year brings us a series of new handguns that enter the pistol market. The…
When I visited the KelTec showroom during Shot Show 2019, I witnessed the weirdest looking pistol I have seen in a long time. It was called the KelTec CP33. I quickly became impressed as I read its brochure. I learned that the CP stands for “Competition Pistol” and the 33 means that it has magazines that carry 33 rounds. Immediately I thought to myself, “this is a liberal politician’s nightmare.” For that fact alone, I loved it. The more I held the pistol, asked questions and learned about its features, I knew I had to have a KelTec CP33.
Review of the Walther PPK/S
For those that missed the posts on Facebook, the Walther PPS is truly an experiment for me. I bought this gun blindly off of online reviews and having never handled one in person. Now, you may be wondering to yourself why I would do that. Well, many people can’t find gun A or gun B locally to fondle before buying and go blindly off of what reviewers say. So, to better my reviews for you, I decided to do just that, and then compare my findings to what I found in the reviews I watched.
The Glock 19x is one that I thrashed when it came out on the market. I saw no value in the design…why would someone want a compact slide on a full-sized frame? Well, slowly but surely, my curiosity got the best of me. Between talking to a friend who is former LE, seeing all of the torture test articles, and more… I wanted to try Glock again.