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Glock 26 Generation 5 Subcompact Pistol Review

  By Trampas Swanson It’s no secret that I have been a long-time fan of the Glock family of firearms. Through carrying various Glocks daily throughout my life for work and personal endeavors, that has only grown stronger. As I studied into the night as a young college student, Glock …

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Galco Triton Kydex IWB Holster: A Product Review for Women

  By Linda M. Gilbertson www.ladiesdayllc.com When women are considering concealed carry at the waist, the most important discussion for them is the convenience and the comfort of the methods available. Many will select off-body carry because what is available to women for comfortable on-body carry is limited. This limitation …

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Leica Magnus 2.4-16×56 i Review

  By Kip Staton From what I can see, many of the recent innovations in rifle optics have largely steered clear of the hunting market. These past few years have seen things like advanced reticles, amazing zoom rations and mil-based systems largely taking over the long range tactical/practical market segments. …

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Remington 870 Shotgun – Review Of A Classic

  By Trampas Swanson With all the talk about gun control, terrorism and home defense going on in the world media today, now more than ever, people are taking a stand for their own protection. With that being said, I thought it was time to take a look at one …

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Fobus SP11 Paddle Holster Review

  By Linda Gilbertson ladiesdayllc.com I’m always looking for women’s concealed carry holsters that can be worn on the waist without a belt. Women, with rare exception, do not wear belts and in many women’s clothing styles there are no belt loops. Finding a means to carry a holster whether …

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Boker Plus Bushcraft XL Knife Review

  By David Link The Boker Plus Bushcraft XL Knife is a strong, streamlined fixed-blade knife well worth taking with you into the backcountry. Bushcraft knives are truly in a category of their own. Just like EDC knives designed for first responders, you want to choose a bushcraft knife you …

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Magpul: Upgrading the AK

  By Trampas Swanson Easily touted as the most popular battle rifle in the world, the AK-47 design is the personification of simplicity and reliability. Officially named the Avtomat Kalashnikov, the AK was created by Mikhail Kalashnikov in 1945 as the new infantry rifle for the Russian Army. The design …

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Browning A5 Shotgun Review

  By Pete Rogers If there was ever a gun that I admired growing up it was the classic Browning A5 Shotgun, also known as “Humpback,” “Humpy,” or just the A5. This was and still is an iconic shotgun. Designed by John Browning in 1898 and patented in 1900, the …

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NIKON LASERFORCE – Extreme Field Test

  By Tony Martins The word “extreme” may be the most overused word in outdoors journalism. Defined as “going to extraordinary lengths,” and “reaching a high or the highest degree,” the 40+ hours I’ve spent looking through the Nikon LaserForce binocular/rangefinder over the past four months would probably qualify. Extreme …