Springfield Armory allowed me the gift of testing its new edition of the eye-catching Emissary 1911 before its May 2022…Read More >
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Carbines are great, but many Glock fans wish for a long-barreled version of their favorite sidearm. Thanks to CAA of Israel and Impulse Gun Barrel (IGB) of Austria, Glock owners really can have it all, and most importantly, without waiting for a NFA permit.
Out of Abilene, Texas comes a holster that’s one of a kind. The Quick Click & Carry (QCC) holster is made of leather and magnets. It sounds a bit ridiculous at first. But it works, and the company keeps making it better—so much better that our reviewer, a gun-packer of 13 years, is giving up old rigs in favor of the QCC. However, the rig does have a few drawbacks.
Late summer range days are never wasted when spent behind an AR topped with a new red dot on the market, especially when that red dot is the Enrage by Bushnell. In this Review, the author breaks down the pros and cons of the new Enrage red dot scope. Easy to use and adjust controls, quick installation, and out-of-the box- ready for Savage’s MSR, are just a few of the highlights, but our author has additional reasons why you need an Enrage.