We speak to author Dennis John Woods about his book, The Black Flag Journals, One Soldiers Experiences in America’s Longest War
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!
A conversation with North Carolina Lt. Governor candidate Mark Robinson.
The Outdoor Range may be a dying breed as property values rise, and interest in certain shooting sports decline.
To tell the truth I was very disheartened by the lack of involvement I am witnessing in the 2nd Amendment community. What I realized is that I was not inspiring people to follow me. I am going to accept the blame for this as I have failed you, my readers. Where I failed was to not put out content that would inspire you to action.
My review of the Colt 1911 Gold Cup Trophy
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