Last week reached what might be a low-water mark for insults hurled at gun owners—the vice president of
After introducing its value-price CT40 and CT45 at SHOT Show 2014, Kahr finally releases the 9mm, CT9. Cheaper Than Dirt!
High Precision, Down Range. I hoped the claim held true. Frankly, when you test and evaluate as many firearms as I do, you are glad to have something to shoot, whether it is your first choice or not. And while we came in on different ships, we are all on the same boat.
Many women gravitate toward smaller guns, and shy away from bigger guns, because they wrongly think the bigger
“This could be the kind of catastrophe that ends civilization—and that’s not an exaggeration.” —Newt Gringrich
I have often mentioned that the 1911 is flat, although long and heavy. It is no secret that comfort and concealment are not the same thing.
In early 2012, Milwaukee, Wisconsin resident Chauncey Wright—a man suffering from brain damage, mental disabilities and with half that
There is nothing more powerful in a shoulder-fired weapon than a 12-gauge shotgun. Whether loaded with buckshot or a modern hard-hitting slug, the shotgun completely outstrips a handgun in wound potential.
Used as a military cartridge and firing the shot that began World War I, the .32 ACP is a giant of a cartridge in popularity worldwide. Designed for use in the 1900 Browning self-loader, FN of Belgium manufactured the cartridge.
PTR’s story really became interesting last year. PTR’s operations and sales began taking off in the winter of 2012.
Jerry visits the Institute of the Military then goes outside to check out the performance of a prototype
Several U.S. Law Shield and Texas Law Shield members asked the program attorneys about “serious bodily injury” and how
For our August catalog, Cheaper Than Dirt! are adding many new military surplus items. Personally, I am happy to see
Just past the halfway point of 2014, we can look back and see which articles Shooter’s Log visitors read