The S&W M&P FPC folding pistol carbine is a 9mm pistol carbine that articulates inboard from a hinge just forward of the trigger guard.
Springfield Armory Hellcat Pro Review
The Hellcat Pro is a Hellcat with a little more to love. Is the larger version with 15 rounds in the mag the optimal set-up for Springfield’s dynamic EDC pistol?
21 Accessories for the Glock 21
The Glock 21 in .45 ACP is served in several flavors, including Gen5 with MOS. Whichever one you have, here are 21 great Glock 21 accessories.
Rainier Arms Has Launched the Di Ruc Rifle – It’s an “Urban Combat” Build
The Rainier Arms RUC Rifle DI is a complete AR15 with numerous excellent features (many proprietary) built in the USA.
FNH TPS Review: FN’s Tactical Police Shotgun
FNH based the TPS on the Winchester Model 1300 Shotgun. It has an 18″ ported barrel and plenty of room for accessories. Read on for more info!
RCS Gear Announces New OWB Holster For Glock 43X and Glock 48 MOS with Streamlight TLR-7 Sub
This new holster is an extension of the Perun line of outside the waistband holster or "OWB" holsters from Raven Concealment. The Perun family of holsters has been adopted as the official, agency-wide issued holster for multiple Federal law enforcement agencies. The...
Review: Beretta A400 Xtreme Plus
As it turns out, all shotguns aren’t the same. Enter the Beretta A400 Xtreme Plus, a shotgun that’s proven itself through extraordinary field testing and lengthy use.
300 Blackout: Tips for Determining the Optimal Barrel Length
As a popular cartridge for hunting, home defense, and suppressed shooting, the 300 Blackout offers excellent flexibility. However, to maximize your firearm's performance, you'll need to choose the right barrel length. In this post, we'll take a closer look at the...
Canik TP9 Elite SC Review
The TP9 Elite SC is a very reliable budget-friendly firearm from Turkey. Reviewed for range days and self-defense, here’s how it measures up!
Pocket Carry with the Pocket Shield
We have often spotted those of our friends who’re packing heat, not by the “printing” of their weapon, but by eyeballing their spare mags. Belt mounted mag pouches tend to push the magazine away from the body and stick straight up high of the belt line. In the pocket, the thicker pants material and “flat” of your thigh helps break up the shape.