27 October 2015 ~ Comments Off on How Body Armor Matches Up Against Popular Handguns

How Body Armor Matches Up Against Popular Handguns

Written by TJ Gauthier

SafeGaurd Armor has asked Firearms Insider to perform some ballistic testing on their Level IIIa soft body armor. Ryan Michad over at Handgun Radio has received a vest panel and will be putting through a barrage of different handgun shooting, as well as some rifle rounds that the armor panel is not rated for, just […]

04 July 2014 ~ Comments Off on DIY: Magnetic Gun Storage

DIY: Magnetic Gun Storage

Written by Sam Azner

All guns have something in common… metal. What works with metal and metal alone? Magnets. Magnets can be very useful in different facets within the shooting sports from organization to defensive storage. There have been some entrepreneurs who have refined this and  marketed the benefits of magnets for the average shooter. I was drawn to […]

09 April 2014 ~ Comments Off on 5 Reasons Why a Homeower Would Wear Body Armor

5 Reasons Why a Homeower Would Wear Body Armor

Written by Community Contributor

By Anthony McGrath of Safeguard Armor Many homeowners do not realize that there are many reasons for them to own body armor. Some of the reasons are more obvious than others are, but below are the top five reasons for someone to own body armor as a private individual. (1) Protection against a Home Invasion There […]

18 March 2014 ~ Comments Off on Facebook is awesome!

Facebook is awesome!

Written by Matt Hoffman

Facebook is awesome if you need to keep up with Grumpy Cat or see if your ex got fat, but not so much as a means to protect our gun rights. I see hundreds of posts “hit like to save our rights” or “hit like to protect the second”. Wow that was easy, almost too […]

17 February 2014 ~ Comments Off on Bianchi Cup

Bianchi Cup

Written by Matt Hoffman

I have been watching the Bianchi Cup on Shooting USA and Shooting Gallery for years. It was solidly placed at the top of my bucket list. I just needed to get better at shooting then I could go. Well I got tired of waiting for that to happen, so I signed up for the 2013 Bianchi […]

17 February 2014 ~ Comments Off on I want to fall in love

I want to fall in love

Written by Matt Hoffman

Sorry ladies don’t Facebook me, not that kind of love. I’m talking about Shot Show love. Its been a few weeks now and all the videos and reports have settled in. A lot of things were cool and interesting but nothing just blew me away. I think the buying frenzy has taken a lot of […]

02 February 2014 ~ Comments Off on Dont be a hater

Dont be a hater

Written by Matt Hoffman

The other day some buddies and I were discussing important things, mainly guns, when talk turned to Gun Girl Radio. One guy said he wished he had all that God given talent, the other said he could be that good if he was sponsored so all he had to do was shoot. Me not liking to […]

10 January 2014 ~ Comments Off on Gun auctions

Gun auctions

Written by Matt Hoffman

I’ve heard a lot of people question the gun auction websites. From podcasters, gun people like us, all the way to the media demonizing them. Most of what I have heard is way off. Its perfectly legal, sometimes cheaper and easy to do. Gunsamerica.com and Gunbroker.com are two of the bigger sites. I’ve used Gunbroker […]

10 January 2014 ~ Comments Off on Just Do It

Just Do It

Written by Matt Hoffman

Over the Christmas season I ran into a few old friends at different times while out running with my wife. Conversation shifted to guns as it always does. Then the question of “when is your next match, I’m going to shoot it” comes up for the millionth time. Same question is asked every time I see […]

09 January 2014 ~ 2 Comments

The Remington Model R51: Where Did It Come From?

Written by Ryan Michad

  It is very seldom these days that I can say I am really, truly impressed when a gun manufacturer states that they have something “revolutionary” or a gun that will be a “game changer”. Most of the new handguns built today are based upon the Browning designed tilt locking system that has been used […]