The Primary Arms SLx MicroPrism sight represents a good balance between the magnification of a rifle scope and the visibility of a red dot.
We test five different commercial 5.7×28 ammunition over the chronograph and through ballistic gel for your viewing pleasure.
Although there are a number of pistols chambered in 5.7x28mm today, the FN Five Seven is the OG 5.7 handgun and still a worthy contender.
If you need a compact handgun that can take down two and four-legged predators with ease, the Glock 29 is in a league of its own.
The 22 LR and 25 ACP cartridges remain viable options for a low recoil pocket carry pistol. But which one is better? Let’s find out.
When Czechoslovakia joined the Warsaw Pact, the nation could have adopted the Soviet AK-47. Instead, it opted for its own homegrown 7.62 rifle, the vz. 58. Ever since its adoption in 1958, the vz. 58 became the quality answer to the AK for worldwide consumption.
The Sturmgewehr 44, or STG 44 for short, was the first small arms design that we know today as an assault rifle. Indeed, Sturm-gewehr translates from the German for assault or storm rifle. The STG 44 started life as a Nazi wonder weapon before inspiring the practical...
Glock is a byword for handgun, even if that handgun is not made by the Glock company. But among those real Glocks, there is the Glock 19, the most common Glock out there. In a word, the Glock 19 is the generic stand-in for a pistol. There is good reason for that. When...
Ball ammunition, otherwise known as full metal jacket ammunition, is a go-to practice ammunition. But its history and use go well beyond paper punching. Follow along as we unpack the origins and current applications of the most generic and underappreciated of rounds.