……….Whether you’re a recreational, sport, competition, hunter, or combat/tactical shooter but you’re tired of wearing the obvious 5.11 or the myriad of camouflaged clothing on the market. The selection of clothing that can withstand and last the abuse of shooting sports is few and far in between, Kuhl and Bulletproof Denim (not actually bulletproof) come to mind.
Words by: Wally F. Photos by: Various Internet Sources
……….The Federal Bureau of Investigation today announced that Winchester Ammunition won a contract to supply .40 S&W ammo to their agency. So after their exhaustive studies and tests advocating 9mm to be a better service round over .40 S&W and .45 ACP, Winchester sent this release out today.
Words By: Wally F. Photos By: Various Internet Sources
……….A new year brings a new… wait old… wait not yet released, but suspiciously leaked info of a Glock from the autumn of 2017. Glock has dropped a press release of their first cross-over pistol. Kind of like the Volvo XC90 or Subaru Forrester of the gun world. Press release below:
……….I recently had the great pleasure of having an extended conversation with Tracey Wilson. Tracey is the Vice President of Public Relations for the Canadian Coalition for Firearms Rights or CCFR for short. The CCFR is an organization dedicated to giving Canadian firearms owners a voice in government and advocating for responsible and reasonable legislation for law abiding owners to continue to hunt, compete, and training in shooting sports.
Here are a few more photos of the number “8” Canadian Agent1 pistol. After a day or so of digesting the photos and shooting it I think I appreciate the details in the build even more. The elegance is in its simplicity. It’s not over engineered. The thumb safety is just on the left side only, no ambi-controls. The magazine release is a regular sized cylinder with a basic checkered cut on top and protruding just enough for positive engagement when you need to use it.
I had the opportunity to spend several hours handling and truly gawking at the first Canadian edition of the Nighthawk Customs – Agency Arms Agent11911 pistol in the private hands of a friend of mine who is an avid shooter. He works in the gun industry in Canada and I’m dubbing him Happy Canuck. He is just that, a very happy Canadian in possession of a very rare, well thought out, and elegantly designed pistol.
You may have noticed this blog has been quiet. In fact, my youtube uploads, instagram posts, and truly all my trickling media outlets have run dry lately. There’s a good reason, and I’m afraid I’ve been putting off writing this particular post for months now.
You see, I’ve gotten rid of all my guns, and emigrated to Ireland. The good news is that the man who took my guns is also taking over this site. Continue reading A Farewell To Arms→
Since Colt Canada began releasing firearms to the civilian market, there has been a massive amount of interest in the rifles. Different variants, limited runs, milspec parts all feed into the flurry of excitement.
I managed to get my mitts on one of the Sa20 clones, and we had a sit down with Wally F, a Canadian Forces infantryman to talk about the differences between this and his work rifle.
This is one of the longest videos I’ve ever done, and I’m actually super happy with how the back and forth went on camera. I’m used to running off a mental script, and then cutting later, so doing things on the fly like this was a little new.