Blazer Brass 9mm Lead-Free Clean-Fire: A Lead Alternative

The use of lead in ammunition has been on a pretty steady decline for the past few years. What seemed to start as a political encroachment on firearms owners quickly evolved into something else. Hunters stayed away from lead to keep from ingesting it, and due to promising performance shown by other materials. As someoneContinue reading “Blazer Brass 9mm Lead-Free Clean-Fire: A Lead Alternative”

SIG Custom Works Introduces The NEW P320 AXG Equinox

The SIG Sauer P320 has been a commercial success since the beginning and the lightweight polymer handgun hasn’t slowed down since. The ability to swap grip modules has also allowed entry into the P320 culture by those who prefer all-metal guns. If you’re one of those people, but you’d like it to come from theContinue reading “SIG Custom Works Introduces The NEW P320 AXG Equinox”

MasterPiece Arms Adds The NEW 9mm DS9 Commander

The 1911/2011market continues to expand as shooters come to appreciate the blending of high capacity and the 1911’s legendary shootability. Previously unleashing the MPA DS40 Travis Tomasie Competition Pistol, MasterPiece Arms is expanding upon its DS line of high-end, machined in the U.S.A. pistols. The newest release is the MasterPiece Arms MPA DS9 Commander, aContinue reading “MasterPiece Arms Adds The NEW 9mm DS9 Commander”

New XD-S Mod.2 OSP Variants From Springfield Armory

Initially introduced in 2012, the Springfield XD-S has grown into a family of firearms. The Mod.2 version saw the introduction of optics-ready slides into the series, which added the OSP designation. New from Springfield Armory are four new XD-S Mod.2 OSP variants to fit your carry gun needs. Our most popular single-stack EDC is nowContinue reading “New XD-S Mod.2 OSP Variants From Springfield Armory”

TFB Review: The Competition-Minded Heckler & Koch VP9 Match

I’ve been shooting competitively for a couple years now. I haven’t taken it too seriously and the number of matches I’ve attended is still in the single digits. In all of those competitions, I’ve shot my mostly stock third-generation Glock 19. The pistol is a workhorse but is by no means aimed at competitive shooters.Continue reading “TFB Review: The Competition-Minded Heckler & Koch VP9 Match”

Wilson Combat’s NEW SFX9 3.25″

For a while, plastic fantastics had made 1911-patterned firearms obsolete. Not completely so, but as a concealed carry option, they no longer made sense. A polymer pistol could hold 15 rounds of 9mm instead of seven rounds of .45 ACP. They also weighed almost half as much as a 1911. However, chambering the 1911 inContinue reading “Wilson Combat’s NEW SFX9 3.25″”