shooting a lock

Mythbusting: Does Shooting A Lock Work?

Guest Writer: Kenzie Fitzpatrick Have you ever wondered how much of the action in a Hollywood film is real, and how much is fake? We were curious ourselves, so we set out to prove or bust the myth that shooting a padlock will cause the lock to fail.…
Must Have AR-15 Accessories

Must Have AR-15 Accessories

Guest Writer: Kenzie Fitzpatrick So you’ve purchased a new AR-15, or at the very least, you’ve been window shopping. Buying your first rifle can be exciting, but there are still several factors to consider. What you may not know is which must have AR-15 accessories you need to…
a photo of Glock 42 VS 43

Glock 42 VS 43

Author: Jacob Long Choosing the right concealed-carry gun can be a time-consuming task. There’s no shortage of sub-compact pistol options on the market. Every manufacturer seems to make them, but Glock remains one of the most popular options. Even within Glock’s own lineup, you have options like the…
Muzzle Brake VS Flash Hider

Muzzle Brake VS Flash Hider

By Guy J. Sagi Flash hiders reduce visible light generated as a bullet exits a gun and muzzle brakes decrease the amount of recoil reaching the shooter. They occupy the same real estate on a firearm and are often similar in looks, but their respective missions and science…

Glock 17 VS 19

Author: Jacob Long In 1995, Atlanta advertising agency Indelible pitched a one-word ad campaign to Glock founder Gaston Glock. The word? Perfection. It stuck and became synonymous with the minimalist brand and its polymer-framed pistols. Although popular as a service pistol in Europe, Glock failed to break into…