What are the best AR-15 parts to have as backup in case something breaks? Here are Patrick Sweeney's top picks to keep your AR running.
In this early Smith & Wesson M&P-15 review, Patrick Sweeney's verdict on the AR-style carbine is in: Get one.
A quick briefing on a subject that consumes entirely too much bandwidth in arguments, web forums and gun shop debates: who really made your AR? Simple. Lots of people, and not always the one whose name is on the lower.
Not taking into account A1 and A2 iron sights, your AR can have one of two types of optics - red-dot sights or magnified scopes. Here's a look at both.
The Glock .45 GAP? This one has had me scratching my head ever since I first saw it, back at the 2007 SHOT show. Basically, the round is an engineering double-down on the .40, as in make a .45 that is short enough to fit into a 9mm magazine tube. Alas, it is an...
Keep your AR-15 from malfunctioning. Check these 4 key things in 30 seconds or less and stay in the game.
The original, box-stock, vanilla-plain Glock 17 9mm is a wondrous beast. For reliability, comfort, ease of use, soft recoil, and the ability to find extras like magazines and such, it is hard to beat. But is it the best bet for concealed carry?
Simple mods to shoot cast lead bullets in your Glock.
Handgunners wonder why their prayers for a true, thin-as-a-1911 single-stack Glock have gone unanswered. Patrick Sweeney explains why.