This long barrel revolver is accurate, reliable, looks right, and will put a smile on your face. And it just might take game or protect the homestead.
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The AR-15’s modular design is a big plus for riflemen, and the .300 Blackout cartridge is perhaps the best example of this advantage. However, the .300 Blackout is a popular option for many reasons. First, the conversion works and is reliable. The bugs are worked out, and the rifle will feed function and run with .300 BLK ammunition. Read the article to discover all the reasons you should be shooting the .300 BLK.
Red dot sights are plentiful, and the plethora of choices makes them confusing. Some are cheap products best suited to .22-caliber rimfire firearms. Others are service grade and often expensive. While quality is never a bad investment, most of us are interested in a durable sight, with good features, at an affordable price. Enter the AR-F3.
A few years ago, Springfield Armory introduced a pistol that became a great success. The Range Officer is a first-class target pistol well worth its modest price, offering a match-grade barrel and accuracy potential that will win any match. Recently, Springfield has offered the concept in a downsized 1911. Does it live up to Springfield Armory 1911’s legacies? Read to find out in this range report.
Colt has been first with most innovations of the 1911 for over 100 years. The Rail Gun will not disappoint.
The Colt 1911 Government Model served law enforcement well for a long time. However, there was one complaint—it was too large and heavy for carrying comfortably. Even before World War II, Colt experimented with smaller handguns. With the maturity of aluminum technology, the smaller Commander-sized 1911 was possible. Today, the Colt Commander is built from steel and proves itself an excellent carry gun. Read our range report in this post.