Thursday, April 19, 2018

Outland Equipment’s Multi-Mission Axes

Built for the unforgiving environments encountered by military, law enforcement and emergency response professionals, Outland’s American-made Multi-Mission Series axes are reliable tools for rescue and survival situations. Outland Equipment Multi-Mission Axe (MMA) 1503 Mont Vernon, N.H. (April 2018) – Although axes have been used throughout history as a tool and weapon, little has changed over the […] Read More »

MMI Textiles – MultiCam Belt Webbing

MMI Textiles has belt webbing in stock in MultiCam, MultiCam Black and Ranger Green. The patterns are printed on both sides of this Berry compliant Type 13 webbing which is 1 23/32″ wide. Available by the Roll or Case. To order call 440-899-8050 or visit Read More »

Back By Popular Demand!

ZEV Technologies has opened the vault and hit the drawing board to revamp one of their more popular, but retired slides. The result is the limited edition Enhanced Prize Fighter slide with newly introduced geometric styling and windows on top of the slide that mimic the design and side window features of its predecessor. This truly unique […] Read More »

Mission First Tactical Reveals First-Ever Muzzle Device Lineup

Mission First Tactical specializes in rifle accessories, so it only makes sense that the Pennsylvania-based company would eventually jump into the muzzle device market, and it’s doing exactly that with its new MFT Evolve Add-Ons lineup. RELATED STORY 37 Muzzle Devices for Your AR-Pattern Rifle The MFT Evolve Add-Ons series consists of five muzzle devices: the 3-prong ported muzzle brake; 5-direction ... Read More »

New, Lighter Marine Boots to be Tested at Parris Island This Summer

New, lighter Marine boots are set to be tested as the Corps looks for ways to improve recruit performance. RELATED STORY Goodbye M40, Hello Mk 13 Mod 7: Marine Snipers to Get New Rifles Marine Boots Marine Corps Systems Command said in a release that the test will pit two boots against the standard Marine Corps Combat Boot, which has ... Read More »

Gunsite Academy: 42 Years Young and Still Going Strong

It sits in the gently rolling terrain of central Arizona. Covering over 2,800 acres, it has 20 ranges as well as indoor and outdoor simulators, all balanced in a sea of pinyons and low brush. It is also one of the most prestigious shooting schools in the world. RELATED STORY 12 Long-Range Shooting Tips from Gunsite’s Cory Trapp Welcome to ... Read More »

Ruger Security 9 Review: Can a $300 Full Size 9mm be Any Good?

In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves reviews the new Ruger Security-9 pistol, a $300 (street price) handgun designed for those shooters who want a fullsize 9mm…for $300. Is this a budget 9 worth owning or just a bust? James tells you in today’s episode. The Firearm Blog’s managing editor, Pete, reported the following release […] Read More … The ... Read More »

New Steyr AUGs for Austrian Military Police

The Austrian Army’s Military Police are to be issued a new version of the Bundesheer’s standard issue rifle, the StG 77. The new StG 77A1 MP will be issued to the Bundesheer’s military patrol and military police (Militärstreife) units. The official handover of the first 50 rifles took place on the 5th April. A post on […] Read More … The ... Read More »

Budget Night Vision POV Camera

Ted Colegrove posted up a mini-review of a Night Vision POV Camera setup. The camera is a cheap Chinese spy camera with a custom 3D printed holder that positions the small lens over the eyepiece of your night vision. The clip is designed to work with the ubiquitous PVS14. $55 POV Camera I have dabbled […] Read More … The ... Read More »

Venezuelan Kalashnikov Plant to Begin AK-103 Manufacture in 2019

Production at the long-planned and troubled Kalashnikov factory in Venezuela reportedly edges closer as politicians announce production is scheduled to begin rifle in late 2019. The construction of the plant was first confirmed way back in 2006. The Venezuelan defence minister Vladmir Lopez has confirmed that the country’s Kalashnikov plant is due to begin rifle […] Read More … The ... Read More »

Winning Team from Annual U.S. Army Special Operations Command International Sniper Competition Used MasterPiece Arms Chassis’

(Featured image credit: US Army Photo by Sgt 1st Class Jacob Braman) MasterPiece Arms (MPA), manufacturers of the MPA BA Rifles and Chassis Systems, is pleased to announce that the 1st Special Forces Group (Airborne) sniper team, who earned overall first place honors at the ninth annual United States Army Special Operations Command International Sniper […] Read More … The ... Read More »

Cross Armory Safe Mag 2 and Pin Pal

If you’re a Californian who wants to keep your “evil features”, you most likely have heard of the Cross Armory Safe Mag – a fixed magazine locking system. TFB featured the device as a new product last year and since then its safe to say the Safe Mag and the Quick Pins Combo have become […] Read More … The ... Read More »

Payback: GOP Targets Citibank’s $700B Government Contract Over Anti-2A Policies

Actions have consequences. Delta Airlines recently lost $40 million worth of Georgia fuel tax breaks after dropping the NRA from its discount affiliate program following the Parkland shooting. Delta and its shareholders surely felt the sting of that decision. But the move against Delta may come to look like a drop in the bucket. Citibank could take […] The post Payback: GOP ... Read More » Now Connecting Gun-Friendly Singles

While I’ve been securely hitched for well over thirty years, I have sympathy for single people who take their gun rights seriously. Dating is enough of a minefield without throwing the volatile topic of how each party feels about gun rights and the Second Amendment into the mix. How do you bring up with him? […] The post Now ... Read More »

NRA-Russia Collusion Theory Falls Apart Under Weight of Facts, Laughter

Psssst! Have you heard the latest? No? It turns out that Wayne LaPierre and Chris Cox are really — get this — secret Russian agents! No, really! They conspired with shadowy Putin-connected Russkis to elect Donald Trump. And we only know this because the NRA finally admitted it! That’s the tenor of a recent story […] The post NRA-Russia Collusion ... Read More »

Gun Review: CMMG Mk4 BANSHEE 300 BLK SBR

Friday the 13th marks the announcement of two new product lines for CMMG: the “ultra-compact,” lightweight BANSHEE AR line and the DefCan suppressor line. Thanks to Silencer Shop, TTAG got our hands on a couple of SBR-configured BANSHEEs with matching DefCans and spent a week putting lead through them. First up for review: the Mk4 […] The post Gun Review: ... Read More »

New From CMMG: BANSHEE Line of ARs and DefCan Line of Suppressors

This morning, CMMG, a company well-known for unique AR-pattern rifles and .22 LR AR conversion kits, announced two new product lines: The BANSHEE line of ultra-compact factory SBRs and braced pistols have the shortest barrels CMMG offers in all of the available calibers, while the DefCan line keeps them quiet with lightweight suppressors for rifle, […] The post New From ... Read More »

A Brit’s Eye View of Responsible American Kids With Guns – Quote of the Day

“She handles all three guns with, uh, a level of skill that I would only have expected to have seen someone in the military possess. There’s something alarming about seeing someone so young have such capabilities, and alarming about seeing her father encourage such things. Yet there’s also something wonderful about seeing the bond she […] The post A Brit’s ... Read More »

AR Essentials: Vintage And Retro ARs

There’s something special about shooting recreations of classic AR designs, and acquiring one or devising your own isn’t as hard as it might seem. The post AR Essentials: Vintage And Retro ARs appeared first on Gun Digest. Read More »

IDF to Modernize its Infantry Brigade with Hundreds of Eitan 8×8 APCs

The IDF has completed a test series of the new Eitan 8×8 wheeled APC being developed by the Israel Ministry of Defense tank authority for use by IDF infantry brigades. Although the vehicle is developed and ready to be produced in Israel, it is likely that on the long term, U.S. manufacturers will receive the lion’s share of this program, ... Read More »

Cameras Don’t Lie: 9mm vs 10mm

James Tarr and Patrick Sweeney look at the difference between 9 mm and 10 mm handguns when they are fired.     The post Cameras Don’t Lie: 9mm vs 10mm appeared first on Handguns. Read More »

DroneShield Protects NASCAR

DroneShield Ltd (the “Company” or “DroneShield”), a leader in the emerging industry of drone security solutions, is pleased to announce that the Fort Worth Police Department has today confirmed that DroneShield’s products were utilised by the Texas State Department of Public Safety, the Denton County Sheriff, the Fort Worth Police Department, the Texas Forest Service, […] Read More »

WFEL Announces Appointment of New Managing Director

11 April, 2018 WFEL Ltd, a world leader in the supply of rapidly-deployable military bridging systems, is pleased to announce the appointment of Ian Anderton as Managing Director, succeeding Ian Wilson, who will shortly retire from the company. Ian Anderton brings with him extensive experience of the defence industry, coupled with a strong background in […] Read More »

Randy Garrison Named Director of Meopta USA Sport Optics

TAMPA, FL, April 11, 2018 – Meopta has named Randy Garrison Director of Meopta USA Sport Optics.  In this role, Garrison will lead day-to-day operations of the division including sales, marketing, advertising, product development and finance. Garrison brings more than 23 years of experience in the sport optics business to his role.   Prior to joining […] Read More »

How To Make Cardboad RPG Bazooka

Cardboard weapon aficionado Blackfish has produced this video which shows how to make an RPG-7-inspired model out of cardboard. The best part? It actually shoots a projectile, which launches apart under spring tension when it hits a target. You can check out more of Blackfish’s videos via their YouTube channel here. Read More »

Russian Bulletec “Spike” Adjustable Competition AK Trigger

The number of private Russian companies manufacturing firearm accessories constantly increases. There are more an more AK accessories appearing on the market that are made in this country. Bulletec is one of those domestic Russian companies that makes a variety of AK parts including an adjustable trigger. To my knowledge, this is the only Russian company that makes […] Read More … The ... Read More »


I found this photo in a Facebook gun group with zero context. At first I thought it was some kind of object that was knitted into the shape of an AR15. But upon closer inspection it looks like it is made of the woman’s hair. I call it the HAIR-15. I have seen head mounted […] Read More … The ... Read More »

Don’t Be That Guy: Double Negligent Discharges

Pictured here is another apparent bonehead doing stupid things. It is vital to maintain composure and practice firearm responsibility regardless of outside forces affecting you. In this guy’s case, he does the ‘hot brass dance’ with a loaded weapon in his hand. Muzzle awareness and trigger discipline is crucial to avoid negligent discharges. Watch the […] Read More … The ... Read More »

An Austrian Uzi? The Steyr MPi 81 and MPi 69

The 9x19mm NATO MPi 69 and its improved variant the MPi 81 certainly don’t take many points for revolutionizing submachine gun design. But nonetheless, they are interesting designs of their own accord, essentially based on the Uzi from Israel and taking some elements from the Steyr AUG rifle which was also in development at the […] Read More … The ... Read More »

Review: The Big Horn Armory AR500 : 3700ft/lb of Autoloading Power!

Big Power from Big Horn The AR platform keeps attracting new cartridges like moths to a flame.  While it may be tiresome to see the same basic profile over and over again with new cartridges and configurations, there is sound rationale behind this phenomenon.  The platform is extremely modular, accurate, and adaptable to many different […] Read More … The ... Read More »

Redefining the Terms: Tactics Of The Modern Day Anti-Gun Movement

Reader Dave Dalton writes: There is a subtle yet effective tactic being used by the modern day anti-gun movement in the United States. One that probably flies under the radar of most citizens. Over the past several years anti-gun legislators such as Diane Feinstein and Chuck Schumer, and anti-gun groups have repeatedly called some semi-automatic […] The post Redefining the ... Read More »

Will a Cashless Future Also Be Gunless?

Since Parkland, we’ve seen a number of banks change their policies on doing business with firearms manufacturers and retailers. Some have made the decisions on their own and some have no doubt been pressured to cut out gun companies by some of their biggest customers. Lowell Ponte has been watching this trend and is raising […] The post Will a ... Read More »

Support TTAG…Buy More Ammo!

As we’ve seen in the results of our recent reader survey, lots of you would like to support TTAG in ways other than wading through a lot of on-screen advertising. That’s an sentiment we fully support. So here’s an easy way to help us pay for what we do while you stock up on sorely […] The post Support TTAG…Buy ... Read More »

AP: High School Gun Clubs Teach Patience, Discipline, Responsibility

School shooting teams were common through most of the sixties. They suffered an enormous decline with the war on guns, beginning with the Gun Control Act of 1968, extending to the turn of the century. Now, however,  they’re making a comeback. The number of clubs are growing again, and even the Associated Press is noticing. […] The post AP: High ... Read More »

Concealed Carry: Concealing A Single-Action Revolver

With all the modern handguns choices available today it might seem counterintuitive, but single-action revolvers are still a viable concealed carry option. The post Concealed Carry: Concealing A Single-Action Revolver appeared first on Gun Digest. Read More »

Bastion Braza Bro

Bastion’s Braza folder has been one of their most successful designs to date. So much so, that they have created a much smaller, even more EDC friendly version called the Braza Bro. The Braza Bro has all the sleek curves of its big brother but it is barely larger than a house key when folded. […] Read More »

The Ashley Update: Punt Guns!

Hlebinsky, who previously worked at the Smithsonian is exactly the kind of ambassador the shooting community needs. Torrentially well informed, passionate to the point of geekery, and blessed with a wicked sense of humor, she can swill whiskey and smoke cigars while holding forth on black powder muskets until your eyes glaze over. Spreading the gospel of responsible firearms ownership… ... Read More »

The Remington RP45 Adds .45 ACP to the Full Size Lineup

If you love the idea of a big bore pistol and you’re on a budget, the new Remington RP45 might be an option to consider. Remington has announced that the new caliber option has shipped to retailers in both a night sight variant and a non-night sight variant that seemingly shares the same dimensions of the RP9 introduced last year. While… ... Read More »

PDN?s Grant Cunningham a Best Selling Author

PDN Contributor Grant Cunningham released his latest book, Protecting Your Homestead:  Using a Rifle to Defend Life on Your Property. It quickly became the #1 selling title in the home security category on, following its release on April 9, 2018.    Read More »

Primary Arms Announces New Optic

Primary Arms announces the 1-6x24SFP Griffin Mil optic, combining our proven 1-6×24 second focal plane scope body with the new patent pending ACSS Griffin Mil reticle. Read More »

Gunwerks Long Range Pursuit Podcast

  Gunwerks is adding to their Long Range Pursuit TV show, YouTube channel, blog, and social media, with the launch of a new podcast series, “Long Range Pursuit Podcast.”  Read More »

May 2018 S.W.A.T. Magazine

The May 2018 issue of S.W.A.T. is currently on newsstands everywhere. Inside, find Jeff Gurwitch’s top five recommended upgrades to the M4, a feature on the LWRCI Rapid Engagement Precision Rifle, MGM’s Plate Rack in a bucket, and more. Read More »

Leupold Announces New QRW2 and PRW2 Rings

Leupold & Stevens, Inc. has expanded its diverse catalog of ring mounts with the introduction of the new QRW2 and PRW2 lines. The QRW2 and PRW2 lines offer universal cross-slot compatibility – they’ll fit Weaver and Picatinny rails.    Read More »

Remington RP45 Full-Size Striker Fired Pistol

Remington is proud to announce its full-size striker-fired polymer pistol, the RP45 and RP45 Night Sight, is now available at retail locations nationwide. The Remington RP45 features a 4.5” barrel chambered in 45 Auto.   Read More »

Crimson Trace Earns Optics Planet Recognition

Crimson Trace announced that the company has received the OpticsPlanet, Inc. Brilliance Award for The Best Tactical Laser Sight 2017. This is the Oregon-based laser sight and light manufacturer’s fourth consecutive annual recognition from the well-known e-retailer.    Read More »