Monday, September 16, 2019
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New 11-87P 14

Remington’s new 14" Tactical model 11-87 is designed for military and law enforcement operators who need a short barrelled shotgun for entry use. Click here to visit Remington’s site and get more info about the new gun.   Read More »

Microtech Tachyon: High-Tech Butterfly Knife

If you like butterfly knives, and have $200 bucks burning a hole in your pocket, Microtech’s new Tachyon is really gonna’ blow your proverbial skirt up. It might even make a nice back-up to that Glock currently riding on your hip. DefRev doesn’t know if they’re shipping yet or not, so you would have to call. Click here for pictures, ... Read More »

Taurus Introduces the PT-145 Mini .45.

Taurus has a mini .45 carry gun, called the PT-145, that may just be worth taking a look at. I recently spoke with Charlie Cutshaw, who is a well-known gunwriter and assistant editor of Jane’s Infantry Weapons, and he informed me that the PT-145 has become his personal carry piece. In fact, he pretty much raved about it. Charlie also ... Read More »

Larry Vickers Custom 1911

We all know that $4,000 to $5,000 for a custom 1911 is probably on the outrageous side, and that one’s money would probably be better spent on a Glock (or slightly modified Kimber) and a whole lot of ammo and training. However, that being said, "American Handgunner" just did a fluff piece on a "Special Operations" 1911 by Larry Vickers, ... Read More »

New Pocket Fighter: The Pendulum

The July, 2001 issue of SAR(Small Arms Review) has an interesting article about a new fighting folder has arrived on the scene called the Pendulum. Designed by ex-Seal Team Six member Chris Caracci and marketed by GG&G, the new knife is definitely something different. To learn more about the Pendulum,click here. Definitely an interesting product.   Read More »

New Bullet-Proof Backpack from Safe-T-Gear

A new bullet-proof backpack is on the scene. Made by Safe-T-Gear, the backpack is designed to make people a little safer in an uncertain world. The backpack contatains a panel of level II kevlar. For more details, you can visit Safe-T-Gear’s site by clicking here. Worth checking out. Read More »