Editors Note: We’d like to welcome (and thank!) Vicki Clain for this article. Vicki is a self-described “blogger, geeker, and freelance writer.” You can keep up with Vicki on Twitter – @VickiLClain. If you’ve only seen kids using airsoft weapons then you’re probably thinking they are toy guns designed only for children. Still, the airsoft […]
If you’re thinking about getting into competitive shooting, you could always start small, maybe with a local club match. Of you could just go and enter the most challenging competition there is – the Bianchi Cup. That’s what Team Smith & Wesson’s Trevor Baucom did. Oh, and he did it from a wheelchair. You see, Trevor […]
The Smith Enterprise Tactical Cheek Piece Completes a Scoped Rifle Which of the following can happen when you mount a scope on a rifle primarily designed for iron sights? A. It becomes more dangerous-er, and therefore illegal in New York, Colorado and within 500 feet of banks located on the Island of Cypress. B. Your primary self-defense […]
A (sort of) true history of the Hakim battle rifle… The Hakim was begat by the Swedish Ljungman AG-42, designed by Erik Eklund around 1941. Bored with designing guns for a country who hardly ever goes to war, Eklund later founded the pop group ABBA, where he had many fun escapades with that other guy […]
American Heroes in Special Operations by Oliver North is one of those ‘must reads’. We were fortunate enough to meet Colonel North and get a signed copy of this book at the 2012 NRA Annual Meeting. Needless to say, we started in on this book immediately. Over a dozen different trips overseas to cover the […]
Meet Edwin. He’s a stud muffin – mainly because he walks around dressed in full WWI battle regalia. All his buddies in the U.S. Army 79th Infantry Division think he’s a total bro because he’s a new BAR man. BAR as in Browning Automatic Rifle that is. Edwin has come to war equipped with a […]
Shown: A-10 ‘Warthog’ 30mm, 7 barrel Gatling Gun.
“A man may die, nations may rise and fall, but an idea lives on.” – John F. Kennedy Fortunately for us, some ideas do not live on. For example, the Marquis Nazi Belt Buckle Pistol invented during World War I and (nearly) fielded ‘en masse’ during World War II. The Marquis Belt Buckle pistol, also […]