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Exclusive: Concealed, Comfortable Carry for a Not-...

Exclusive: Concealed, Comfortable Carry for a Not-So Compact .45

Smith & Wesson’s awesome M&P Compact. 45 is “compact” only because there’s a bigger one available. While the Compact sports slightly smaller dimensions than its older brother, it is, at the end of the day, a relatively large gun. I’ll tell you all about its reliability and feel on the range later; today, however, I want you to rest assured that you can actually...

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New Product Of The Day

New Product Of The Day

Unterduffel. The Unterduffel comes in five colors and measures 13″x9″x20″. The exterior front has an integrated padded grab handle made from 1.5″ webbing and four rows of 7-channel PALS webbing. It features one 12″x7″ zippered slip pocket and dual-directional zippered access to the main compartment. It features a full clamshell opening and is...

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Exclusive: Beretta Nano & Beret...

Exclusive: Beretta Nano & Beretta Holster — A Great Match

If handguns and holsters could be soul mates, the Beretta Nano and its BU Nano...

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Firearms Commonality

Firearms Commonality

The Officer’s Perspective. There was a time when the Illinois State Police...

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Exclusive: More Heavy Metal Favorite...

Exclusive: More Heavy Metal Favorites

My Heavy Metal Favorites list includes not only guns such as the Bersa Thunder...

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Exclusive: MG Industries Introduces ...

Exclusive: MG Industries Introduces the Hydra Vipera AK-47 Model Pistol

MG Industries, manufacturer of the modular MARCK-15 AR “Hydra” platform,...

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Exclusive: CrossBreed Holsters Annou...

Exclusive: CrossBreed Holsters Announces New Revolver Ankle Holster

Expanding on their line of Ankle Holsters, CrossBreed® Holsters is proud to...

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Exclusive: The Not-So-Old-School Snu...

Exclusive: The Not-So-Old-School Snubbie

Gun makers still make snubbies. That’s because people still buy snubbies....