Most Recent Posts

Smith and Wesson K frame rimfire revolver left profile

Firearms

Range Report: Smith and Wesson’s Fun Gun The K-22

Smith and Wesson introduced the most successful revolver of all time in 1899. The Military and Police or .38 Hand Ejector was manufactured in the millions and once armed three-quarters of the police in America. Becoming the Model Ten in 1957, the K frame revolver is the ideal size for daily carry and a well-balanced handgun.

Ruger Mark IV 22/45 Lite pistol right profile

Firearms

Range Report: Mark IV 22/45 LITE

Ruger’s first departure from steel and aluminum construction was the Mark IV 22/45 Lite pistol. This is a polymer frame .22 caliber handgun meant to conform closely to 1911 .45 dimensions in order for the pistol to provide a good training understudy for the 1911-type handgun. It has done so, but also offers an excellent platform for anyone desiring a .22 caliber self-loading handgun.

cutaway of a lead core bullet with a red polycoat sheath

Ammunition

Review: Federal Syntech Ammunition

Syntech uses a total synthetic jacket, termed the TSJ by Federal Cartridge Company. The lead-alloy core is covered with a red polymer coating. No lead, which is termed a heavy metal, is exposed. From the company that gave us Nyclad ammunition, this is just another step but a different and important one. This isn’t really a coating, but more of a durable sheath or shield.

Bullseye AmmoCam Sight-In Edition

Gear, Parts and Accessories

Video: Bullseye Camera Systems AmmoCan Sight-In Edition

The days of hiking back and forth, hundreds of yards or even a mile, to your target are over. Now you can see your shot and adjust from over a mile away via an app on your cellphone or tablet and the AmmoCan Sight-In Edition or AmmoCam Long Range Target Camera Night Vision. REad the story and watch the video review and demonstration with professional 3 gun shooter Corinne Mosher.

Colt Gold Cup pistol on a bullseye target

Competitive Shooting

Is Your Handgun a Combat Gun or Target Gun?

Marksmanship can make up for power, but the reverse is seldom true. In a gunfight, shot placement is everything. Unfortunately, when choosing a handgun for combat, we risk becoming too interested in absolute accuracy and forget combat accuracy. A fascination with firing small groups on the target, even in combat courses, is counter intuitive to true combat practice. Are you carrying the wrong gun?