I am not left-handed. However, because of a strongly dominant left eye, I shoot long guns from my left shoulder.…Read More >
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When .223 Remington just won’t do it, many turn to the venerable .308 Winchester. The classic “battle rifle” is a…Read More >
There are guns we’ll recommend and there are guns we don’t. That doesn’t mean we don’t like the guns we…Read More >
Among the more interesting handguns I have reviewed in the previous few years is the IWI Masada. A production of…Read More >
For those not familiar with the original Galil line, it was developed in the 1960s and has continued refinement to current times. The rifle and has been tuned and tweaked over the years by IWI into what many say is the pinnacle of AK perfection. All the features and accuracy of military M16/AR platforms, but with AK reliability and power—indeed the perfect AK. Read the full review.
Based on the time-tested and proven reliability of the CZ-75 pistol, the IWI Jericho 941 FS handgun is sure to offer the shooter years and years of service. Using the popular and widely available 9mm Luger chambering, this double-action recoil-operated handgun has a 16-round capacity, slim polymer stocks and a steel frame for low recoil and easy handling. Watch this informative walk through of one the hottest pistols on the market.
Firearms for the blind? NRA quietly disagrees. Does Obama hate the Constitution? One New Jersey cop thinks so. California doesn’t want its citizens to have anything, Illinois debating gun legislations and new products available for the IWI Tavor. Today’s gun news and industry headlines are interesting and of no surprise as states continue to regulate gun owners’ freedoms. The Shooter’s Log brings you all the top gun news in Friday’s High Powered Headlines. Read these nine firearms industry headlines that matter most.
Perhaps one or two old favorites slipped onto the list, but Cheaper Than Dirt! writers scoured the web for the best of the new tactical long guns and compiled it here for you.
The IWI Tavor just recently came to the US, and it has gotten a lot of press. Though we’ve written about it before, here’s why we selected the Tavor as this week’s Art of the Gun.
Very early 2012, the experts at Cheaper Than Dirt listed what they thought were the greatest guns of 2011. Sometimes our favorite guns are old guns newly discovered, inherited guns, or ones we don’t actually own. When I stumbled across this old blog and read what I thought were my favorite guns of 2011, I had to chuckle—where are these guns now? Are they still my favorite? Let’s look and see.