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  • Shooting the New Avidity Arms PD10

    Avidity Arms is getting very close to shipping its new PD10 pistol. Developed under the supervision of noted firearms trainer Rob Pincus, a working pre-production model was available for shooting at the 9th Annual Combat Focus Shooting Instructor’s Conference recently held in St. Augustine, FL. If you are not familiar with the PD10, let me catch you up to speed. Avidity Arms was formed with the i...

  • Blackhawk! QuickMod Case Mag Pouch

    According to Larry Houck, Product Manager of Holsters and Duty Gear at Vista Outdoor Inc., the Blackhawk! QuickMod pouches have been around for two years. However not many people know about them or have even seen them.  Blackhawk! has made magazine pouches in the past. They were a no frills basic affair that simply held magazines on a belt or interfaced with their Serpa line of drop leg rigs. The ...

  • Mag of the Month: Korean M1 Carbine Mags

    The M1 carbine has an interesting, amazingly complex and controversial history – invented by a convict in prison, built by Winchester (and other arms makers) for the US military and was the first step for the United States towards adoption of a genuine assault rifle. The M1 carbine was the first American firearm to be equipped with a night vision optic, and is the most prolific American firearm o...

  • Ruger announces release of Mark IV pistol

    Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past 70 years, you’ve see, shot or know of the Ruger MK series of rimfire pistols. The brainchild of the late, great Bill Ruger, this Nambu-influenced plinking pistol is among the most prolific in the world and its success enabled Ruger to become the massive company it is today. Ruger’s little handgun is a direct blow-back pistol that closely mimics ...

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  • Is Ruger's 10/22 still an ideal first rifle?

    For years gun writers, forum-posters and gun shop clerks alike have almost universally recommended the 10/22 as a new shooter’s first rifle. Their reasoning was sound back when .22LR ammo was cheap and plentiful, but what about now? With steel-cased .223/5.56mm at roughly 22 cents a round when purchased by the case, and .22lr at about a third of that – the economics aren’t hard to justify for shoo...

  • Polymer Magazines For The MP5

    Thanks to a MP5 Enthusiasts group on Facebook, I learned of an inexpensive polymer magazine for MP5s. It is made in Turkey by MKE. MKE are the ones who make MP5s and are imported by Zenith Firearms.   MKE makes their MP5s using original H&K tooling that they purchased many years ago. The MKE/Zenith MP5s come with three metal magazines. They are nearly identical to the H&K MP5 magazines. Above you...

  • Running a suppressor? Don’t forget to clean your mags!

      Sound suppressors, silencers cans – whatever you want to call them, are great to reducing the volume of a gunshot. While they aren’t as quiet as the bird-chirping-into-a-pillow Hollywood suppressors in movies and TV, they go a long way in keeping a shooter’s hearing undamaged. Though they do have some shortcomings, in this case, increased fouling. Fowling? Like hunting birds? No, fouling – the ...

  • Second Fastest Way To Reload: Coupled Magazines

    The fastest reload is when you don't have to do one. That is why high capacity magazines or drum magazines are awesome. However what if you don't have those types of magazines? How can you make your regular reloads faster? Economy of motion. Why waste time reaching for a spare magazine from a pouch either on your waist or on your chest? Coupled magazines are the way to go. Coupling mags is easy. S...

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  • Smith and Wesson Acquires Crimson Trace and New Strategies

    What do you do when your accessory sales are outrageously low? That’s a no-brainer.  Buy Crimson Trace.  Smith and Wesson began the process of acquiring Crimson Trace back in July and finalized the deal on August 29th.  By making this decision, Smith and Wesson not only opened up a door for themselves to be a powerhouse in the accessory market for all firearms, but they also created an opportunity...

  • Lube For Your Magazine

    Earlier this month I was at the 2016 FN 3Gun Championship match at Peace Maker National Training Center. I have staffed this match for five years. This year, Lucas Oil was one of the largest sponsors for the match. I will be honest, I have not heard of Lucas Outdoor Products before. As staff we have our own sponsored staff dinner with a slew of prizes just for staff. One of the items that many of ...

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