The bottom line, the Gerber Principle Fixed Blade Knife has become my new “Go-To” for camping use. There isn’t a shortcoming to be found in the Principle.
The Iron Sights Gun Company Range Bag might not be from a major manufacturer, nor a famous brand name. It is a solid piece of equipment though, and one I’m happy to be using.
One thing is clear to me, and that’s that Ultradyne’s C4 Precision iron sights are the most capable and well built in the industry, bar none.
If you’re looking to slim up your gun, the Smoke Composites Carbon Fiber AR-15 Handguard is an effective way to do it. Check it out!
The ARX offers up a no-frills concealment solution that’s got to be appealing to the discerning shooter.
TorkMag has been manufacturing AR and pistol magazines with a unique twist. Let’s see how TorkMag magazines work in their 35, 40 and 50 round capacities.
So I’m a few hundred rounds down the road from when I pulled the Glock 44 out of the box. I’m a happy shooter so far, but I still have more .22 ammo.
The EZ line differentiates from the standard M&P Shield lineup by being easy to rack, easy to load the mags, and easy to shoot.
While Glock hasn’t responded to market desires with a bigger mag, Shield Arms has swooped in and brought us the S15, an aptly named 15-round magazine.
The Kershaw Static Cleaver Pocket Knife has a good design, rugged construction, and a very reasonable price point to bring a good knife to your collection.
Will the image rub off easily? Water-resistant? Expensive? After talking with MFT at the booth, I followed up via email to get the answers on record.
The 5.7 round can be found in factory pistol or SBR offerings from CMMG. Additionally, CMMG will offer 5.7 conversion package bundles.
Call it a testament to good design, the shape of the Zero Tolereance 0308 when folded carries really well, even with an overall length of nearly 9″.
MFT has a simple and effective little piece of equipment here with their minimalist G43x/48 IWB holster, it’s well worth your time to check out.
While the name “Grunt” may bring to mind a more military-minded rifle, I feel like the Lead Star Arms Grunt would be a good entry-level competition rifle.
Primary Arms has put out a really great take on the low-power magnification prismatic optic. The SLx 3x covers all the bases and leaves no weaknesses.
Many booths at SHOT Show give out promotional material, and some that arrive in the form of Velcro backed morale patches become instantly collectible.
As the cold, wet winter weather sets in, many shooters are left “out in the cold” when it comes to range trips.
One gun made available to my editors and I at range day was the LWRC SMG 45. It was a remarkable shooter, and it’s one we’re still talking about.
Here’s the three things I saw that interested me today.