Glock’s design has proven its worth—regardless of whether you are a Glock fanboy or a hater. The changes to the design through the various generations are not overtly obvious to eye, which leads some to believe all Glocks are all the same; a one trick pony. Nothing could be further from the truth. Sure, the basic design has been proven, some would go so far as to say perfected.
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There have been many books written on shooting from Hit the White Part by my friend Massad Ayoob to Paul Weston’s book on combat shooting for police and Ed McGivern’s Fast and Fancy Revolver Shooting. Some are dated and while Chic Gaylord’s Handgunner’s Guide is worth a look, the gear is outmoded. All are worth a read. Anything by Jeff Cooper and his able student Gabriel Suarez, is worth the money.
There are times when I am amazed at how lucky I am to test and own some of the finest firearms ever manufactured. I admit that sometimes the newest variation of the theme (a different finish or new sights) isn’t quite as exciting as a fresh start, but there are few genuinely new things under the sun.
Apex Tactical Specialties makes some of the best aftermarket drop-in performance parts for firearms and Cheaper Than Dirt! carries a bunch of them. Now, Apex Tactical Specialties has expanded its line of Glock compatible parts with the release of the new Apex Action Enhancement Kit for Glock pistols.
If you’ve been shooting for any length of time, you’ve probably heard the question, “I’ve been thinking about buying a gun. What pistol should I buy?” Your answer may make the difference between bringing another citizen into the Second Amendment ranks and turning them off from the shooting sports for life.
Among the decisions to be made when purchasing a personal defense handgun are caliber, action type, and size and weight. Among the options to be considered is the light rail. A rail gun is common parlance for a handgun with an accessory rail, but some just consider it common sense.
I’ll admit it; I’m a little ADD when it comes to which holster I pull out to wear for the day. I change “favorite” holsters more than Paris Hilton changes boyfriends (is she even relevant anymore?). A lot of it is driven by which firearm I deem
The new year is upon us, and it’s time to steer people into enlightenment and out of the old ways. While fate looks after some who
I’d estimate that I’ve got right around 5,000 hours of experience carrying a Glock 19, almost all of it in the
When considering what survival gear to purchase, you must feel confident the products are going to work reliably.
One of the most prolific cottage industries to crop up in the world of practical handgunnery in recent years has
For years, I have suffered the insults, ridicule, jokes and consternation of my fellow shooters. The 1911 crowd was never a surprise.
Reading an anti-gun rant in the Los Angeles Times is hardly a surprise or news. Therefore, when I read a recent Opinion piece (Op-Ed) bashing Glocks,
The Glock pistol is now over 30 years old. Those that grew up in the past few decades may not realize how sensational the Glock pistol was
Glocks represent over 60 percent of the handgun market. They are a favorite of law enforcement, competitive shooters, home defenders, plinkers, and citizens legally carrying concealed
When two ideas come together to a form a new, the result can be earth-shatteringly good or a head scratcher
We have been fans of the Armscor/Rock Island Armory .22 TCM since its introduction. The necked-down 9mm case