Tactical Gear

The Snagmag, developed by a career plainclothes lawman, yields a spare Glock magazine from a trouser pocket.

Snagmag Review: The Better Mousetrap?

I’d spent months looking for an easy-to-conceal, easy-to-draw pocket magazine holster for concealed carry. With the Snagmag the search is over.

Blackhawk Speed Clips for MOLLE Straps

Editor’s Pick: Blackhawk Speed Clips

  Blackhawk Speed Clips: Essential for Gear with MOLLE Straps If you own anything with MOLLE straps my bet is you rarely if ever change or move the gear attached to your pack or pouch. The reason? It is such a hassle weaving straps and loops is time-consuming and tedious. Well, as the old...

1911 Handgun Sights

A Look at 1911 Sights

By Robert Campbell The original 1911 sights were embryonic military style sights.They were more than bumps on the slide, but not much more, and they were not ideal for accurate fire. The 1911A1 featured improved sights but until the days of the National Match pistol there was little to choose from. Custom pistols miths...

Bug-Out Bag

How to Make a Winter Bug-Out Bag

There is a lot of talk these days about putting together some sort of bug-out pack. I agree it is a good idea to be prepared for emergency, but there are a host of ideas as to what a bug-out pack is for. Lots of folks think they could throw a minimal pack on...


American-Made Firearms Helped Protect Olympians

  Firearms manufactured by Lewis Machine & Tool Company (LMT), a privately-owned Midwestern maker of elite weaponry, were used to protect the 2012 Olympics in London, England, against terrorist attacks. As reported by the Daily Express in the UK, airmen from Royal Air Force assigned to protect the Olympics were armed with the LMT...

Review of Shootrite Katana Tactical Rifle

Gun Review: Shootrite Katana Tactical Rifle

  By Hal Herring In JKD, one does not accumulate but eliminate. It is not daily increase but daily decrease. The height of cultivation always runs to simplicity. The height of cultivation is really nothing special. It is merely simplicity; the ability to express the utmost with the minimum. It is the halfway cultivation...