Below is my review of the Kel-Tek KSG, a bullpup shotgun that has dual magazines:
Gun and Accessory Reviews
Below is my review of the Smith & Wesson Governor, a revolver that fires .410 shotgun shells, .45 LC, and .45 ACP.
Below is my review of the FS2000, which is a bullpup rifle chambered for .223/5.56x45mm.
Below is a brief video review of the Smith & Wesson Model 500, chambered for .500 Smith & Wesson Magnum, by American Rifleman:
Below is my review of the Smith & Wesson Model 500, which is chambered for .500 S&W Magnum:
Below is my review of the Beretta 92, which is also known as the Beretta M9 in military circles:
Below is an excellent series of video clips by nutnfancy, addressing the reliability/durability, ballistics, firepower, ergonomics, weight, operation, accuracy, accessories/versatility, optics, value, and track records of the AK-47 and the AR-15:
Below is my review of the Kel-Tec PLR-16, which a pistol chambered for .223/5.56mm:
A reader of this website recently requested that I review the Sign P239, a semiautomatic pistol. Unfortunately, I don’t own one of these pistols, and don’t have any friends who own one either. However, the following video review by Nutfancy does a great job discussing this handgun:
Below is my review of the SmartCarry holster. I said I would publish this review quite a while ago, right after I got my concealed carry permit, but forgot all about that for 6 months. Thankfully, a reader emailed me about it, and so here is the review:
Below is my review of the Barska AC10330 42mm Red Dot Scope, which is one of the least expensive red dot scopes on the market:
Below is my review of the Microtech Small Arms Research (MSAR) STG-556:
Below is a video clip in which the Corbon DPX (9mm this time) is discussed and tested. While the testing is less scientific than the testing I referenced in the last article about the Corbon DXP, it seemed worth posting:
Below is my review of the lead-free Corbon DPX ammunition:
Below is my review of the Ruger Mini-14:
Below is my review of the Smith and Wesson Model 610 revolver, which is chambered for two cartridges traditionally reserved for semi-automatic pistols: 10mm Auto and .40 S&W. It is a firearm that I’ve wanted to own for quite a while, and just recently was able to find and buy.
I would like to point out an excellent article entitled “Best Choices for Self Defense Ammo.” That article is the result of extensive testing of various self defense rounds, for handguns, rifles, and shotguns. I would say it is one of the all around best self defense ammo reviews I’ve ever seen.
Below is my review of the Smith & Wesson 22A, a pistol chambered for .22 long rifle.
Below is my review of the Browning BT-99, a break open single shot trapshooting shotgun.
Below is my review of the Magpul PMAG polymer AR-15 magazine:
Below is my review of the Rock River Arms Entry Tactical AR-15.
Below is my review of the Ruger PC4, which is a carbine rifle chambered for .40 S&W:
For the last couple of months, a spammer has been sending me unsolicited emails with links to the BedBunker gun safe, suggesting that I discuss their product on this website. I’m more than glad to do so now, although I get the feeling that this review is not what that spammer was hoping for:
Those who are curious how barrel length affects the muzzle velocity of bullet should take a look at ballisticsbytheinch.com. Basically, a few guys fired thousands of rounds of ammunition from barrels of various lengths, measured the muzzle velocity, and put the information online
Below is my review of the H&K USP:
My review of the Desert Eagle pistol, chambered for .50 Action Express (.50 AE) is below:
The Mossberg 930 is a gas operated semi automatic (autoloading) shotgun. My review of this shotgun is below:
This is my review of the Mossberg 500, a pump action shotgun known for its low price but high quality:
The Beretta CX4 Storm is a pistol caliber carbine that I’ve come to like quite a bit. My review of this rifle is below:
I generally prefer polymer framed pistols such the Springfield XD, and those manufactured by Glock. This is my review of the Glock 17, which is one of Glock’s more popular 9MM pistols.
Below is my review of the Insight XTI Procyon tactical light (which is LED based):
As readers of this website may know, I’m a fan of polymer framed pistols such the Springfield XD, and those manufactured by Glock. This is my review of the Glock 22, which is chambered for my favorite pistol caliber, .40 S&W.
The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) has declared the Second Amendment protects the right of an individual to keep and bear arms, striking down the (failed) District of Columbia handgun ban. This article discusses what exactly the court held, and what that means for American gun owners:
The Springfield 1911 is a semiautomatic pistol that has achieved near legendary status in the eyes of many people. This is due in no small part to its design and reliability. Although I prefer modern polymer framed pistols such as the Springfield XD, I also appreciate the Springfield 1911. My review of the 1911 is below.
The Remington 11-87 is a gas operated, semi-automatic (autoloading) shotgun. I own an 11-87, and decided to write a review, which is shown below.
The Streamlight TLR-2 is a combination tactical light and laser, which mounts on the accessory rails of handguns, shotguns, and rifles. My review of this well built tactical accessory is below:
Few topics are as hotly debated as the question of “which caliber”. This article addresses my thoughts on the topic for semi-automatic (autoloading) pistols, intended for self defense use.
The Springfield XD is currently my favorite pistol, so I though I would write a review of it.
The Remington 7600 is a pump action rifle, available in a variety of calibers. Its action is similar to that of the Remington 870 series shotgun, making this rifle easy to transition to for those familiar with pump action shotguns. The pump action nature of this rifle also exempts it from some of the more stringent gun bans, which is (sadly) something that must be considered by some law abiding gun owners these days. My review of the Remington 7600 … Continued
FN Herstal makes a variety of tactical shotguns which are designed for the rigors of police use, but are available to ordinary citizens. These shotguns are durable, reliable, and highly recommended by this author. My review of the FN Herstal pump action tactical police shotgun is below:
The Ruger 10/22 is a great gun for target practice. It is inexpensive but of high quality, and the ammunition it fires, .22 long rifle (.22LR), is just a few cents per cartridge. My review of the Ruger 10/22 is below.
The Crimson Trace LaserGrip is a great addition to any pistol or revolver (and is actually available for a staggeringly high number of handguns). Although my favorite laser sight system is the LaserMax, the Crimson Trace LaserGrip is a solid product, and the price savings over the LaserMax make it a great choice. My review of the LaserGrips is below.
LaserMax makes a laser sight system for most pistols. What is different about LaserMax is where the laser is located, and I have found this difference to be a great thing. Below is my review of the LaserMax weapon sight system.
I purchased a Remington 870 XCS Marine Magnum about a year ago, and have put about 3,000 shells through it so far. It has been broken down and cleaned about 30 times. Pictures of my Remington 870 XCS Marine Magnum can be seen here. I thought I would write a review of this shotgun, which is my favorite shotgun so far.
As I mentioned previously, I received an email from a reader of this site, discussing the Taurus Judge. The Taurus Judge is a unique revolver which can fire either a .45 Long Colt cartridge, or a .410 shotgun shell. I have handled the Taurus Judge, and it seems to be a well constructed revolver. I won’t go into a full review of it, since my main focus is its ability to fire .410 shotgun shells in addition to the .45 … Continued