Talk about brilliant! Ruger deserves a hearty congratulations for designing and offering a Glock magazine-feed carbine—that we have been waiting for Glock to create. While, a Glock design may have looked different, the Ruger PC Carbine fills every need in a basic Glock magazine-fed carbine. As a bonus, thanks to the swappable magwell adapter design, the Ruger PC Carbine also accepts all Ruger and potentially other brand mags as well in the future.
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There is something special about owning a historical firearm. The nostalgia alone makes it worthy, but when the gun also serves another purpose such as self-defense or survival, you really have something special. That is exactly the case with Inland Manufacturing’s new American made Jungle Carbine.
Recent events both at home and abroad have many Americans rethinking their everyday carry handgun choices. There’s an excellent chance
I guess it does not bother me to admit I love Hi Points because I am a fan of any gun I can buy cheap.
Since the National Firearms Act (NFA) was passed in 1934, ownership of rifles with barrels shorter than 16 inches has necessitated extensive paperwork,
The Hi-Point carbine is a credible home defender, a good recreational shooter, and in a pinch, it will do for small game at modest range. I was surprised at the low price and by the performance
Remington Arms Company has announced that certain Remington Defense products formerly reserved to military units and LE agencies are now available to civilian consumers.
Rumor has it that Kel-Tec will be releasing the .22 Magnum CMR-30—the carbine version of the ever-elusive PMR-30
Just mention Cosmoline to an older veteran and he will most likely cringe remembering the chore of removing the sticky
Much to the chagrin of the anti-gunners, the AR-15 or Modern Sporting Rifle is alive and, if the numbers are to be believed,
Okay, don’t hate on us too much but a couple of these rifles are 2013 mid-year introductions or just too
The .30-caliber U.S. M1 carbine was arguably the first of the modern class of lightweight personal defense weapons (PDW).
Colt has consistently manufactured the M16/AR-15 longer than any other company. From the ‘60s Vietnam era M16 to the current M4, Colt has also produced more
The Hydra – One Weapon, Multiple Configurations
Are you a casual shooter, serious competitor or firearm collector? How about someone who takes survival and preparation seriously? Regardless of
It’s time to jump on the KeyMod bandwagon, guys! Midwest Industries brings you an ultra lightweight and solid KeyMod
Many folks do not realize that cowboy guns had quite a military career—and not with the U.S. Army. The Army used
There is much debate over what makes the best trunk gun so to understand where the concept of a trunk gun came from, let’s go back a few years. Traditionally, farmers and ranchers had a ranch rifle hanging in the back of the pickup truck. The role of the rifle was to enable the easy elimination of varmints or to put down injured horses or livestock. Nowadays, many farmers and ranchers still keep a durable rifle hung in the window or stashed behind the seat for the same reason.
I am always interested in different opinions about home-defense firearms. The three-gun trifecta—handgun, shotgun and rifle—is often commented on, with recommendations given. Many times the recommended rifle is more useful for an Israeli police action than home defense. Comments range from “the .223 has a lot of blast indoors” to “the system is very expensive, but you must have one” all the way to “buck it up, lay down the credit card and get with the program.”