Sunday, April 02, 2017

Glock, SIG, Colt, Springfield, Ruger Mini-14 & Mark IV, M1 Garand & more

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NRA Gun Gear of the Week: Glock Striker Control Device—The Gadget NRA Gun Gear of the Week: Glock Striker Control Device—The Gadget
Despite lacking any manual safeties or disconnects, Glock pistols are perhaps the world's most popular duty and defensive pistols. But with the rise of Appendix Inside the Waistband (AIWB) carry, some have wondered how suitable the platform is... Read More

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MHS Update: Glock Protests SIG Sauer Result MHS Update: Glock Protests SIG Sauer Result
It was only a matter of time. The first protest is in. And the envelope please ... it's "La La Land." Oops, no it is actually Glock. Glock, Inc., filed an official Government Accounting Office bid protest to Solicitation Number W15QKN-15-R-0002, which we know better as the Modular Handgun System or XM17. Read More
Why You Need a Personal-Defense Plan Why You Need a Personal-Defense Plan
Consider, if you will, these two very different home invasions. A woman is home alone when a strange man enters her house. She immediately runs to the bedroom and retrieves her shotgun. At this point, she positions herself strategically, using the door frame and wall for cover... Read More

Skills Check: Card-Cutting Drill Skills Check: Card-Cutting Drill
One of my shooting heroes is Ed McGivern, the author of "Fast And Fancy Revolver Shooting" and an exhibition shooter without peer. At the height of his prowess in the 1930s, he performed shooting feats such as taping over the hole in a washer, tossing it into the air and shooting through the hole... Read More
Mark IV: The Ruger Evolution Mark IV: The Ruger Evolution
When I was introduced to William B. Ruger, Sr., the great man asked me who I worked for, to which I replied, "Pete Dickey, sir." Dickey the brilliant, irascible, somewhat fearsome (at least at the time to me) industry veteran and longtime technical editor of American Rifleman, had known Bill Ruger... Read More

Building an Exotic Compact 9 mm AR-15 Pistol Building an Exotic Compact 9 mm AR-15 Pistol
Last year, after building a few AR-15 pistols and testing their potential usefulness as defensive tools, I was left with a niggling question that wouldn't leave me alone. Although I've been a fan of big-bore revolvers and long-slide semi-automatics for quite some time now... Read More
#SundayGunday: Ruger Mini-14 #SundayGunday: Ruger Mini-14
#SundayGunday is all about honoring the latest and greatest firearms available to hunters. This week, there's a strong emphasis on the "greatest" part of that sentence—because the rifle we're featuring is far from new. Read More

Top New Rifles for 2017 Top New Rifles for 2017
The beginning of each year is an exciting time for the hunting and shooting community: the vast majority of new products are announced each January at the SHOT Show in Las Vegas. Though the show attendance is staggering... Read More
The Keefe Report: Hey, Chicken Little, Colt Isn't Falling The Keefe Report: Hey, Chicken Little, Colt Isn't Falling
It probably should've happened a while ago. News started leaking out last week that there have been layoffs at Colt's Manufacturing Co. in West Hartford, Conn. Read More

Clapp: Cobras ... and Beyond Clapp: Cobras ... and Beyond
There has been a whole lot of hype about Colt's new product introduction. The grand old firm has looked back into their storied past and reflected on how many shooters have wanted a Colt revolver. Read More
Why We Focus On The Front Sight Why We Focus On The Front Sight
This article's purpose is to help you to believe your trainers when they tell you not to focus on the target in precision shooting. We realize that you are supposed to hit the target... Read More

Carry Optics Division Ready: The SIG Sauer P320RX Carry Optics Division Ready: The SIG Sauer P320RX
Mounting a compact reflex sight directly to the slide of a semi-auto handgun has become increasingly popular in recent years. Read More
Tested: Springfield Armory EMP4 Concealed Carry Contour Tested: Springfield Armory EMP4 Concealed Carry Contour
Last year I had my first opportunity to spend some quality time at the range with one of Springfield Armory's 1911-pattern EMP4 9 mm pistols. This series is set apart from the competition by the reduced dimensions of the grip frame. Read More

A Look Back at the M1 Garand A Look Back at the M1 Garand
St. Jean le Baptiste Cantius Garand was a French-Canadian born near St. Rémi, Quebec in 1888. One of 12 children, his father moved the family to Jewett City, Conn., in 1898 after his wife died. Garand, who shortened and changed his first name to John not long after his immigration... Read More
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