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…

What Is Subsonic Ammo?

By Guy J. Sagi There are a variety of reasons subsonic ammunition is growing in popularity, and reduced noise is only one of them. Many enthusiasts have discovered improved accuracy with loads that don’t break the sound barrier, reduced recoil and faster follow-up shots. Membership among the nearly…
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The Guns Of Falling Down

The best-written movies know how to grab your emotions and give them a violent shake, waking them from the slumber of everyday existence. For me, any movie that is advertised as the “feel-good movie of the year” likely isn’t worth the price of admission and a jumbo box…
a photo of a glock 48 vs 19 with 9mm bullets

Glock 48 VS 19

Author: Jacob Long For many years, the Glock 19 has been the go-to recommendation for those looking for a compact-sized concealed carry pistol. Its size, functional design and capacity make it an obvious choice. It’s a great gun for beginners or expert marksmen and has compatibility with a…
A photo of a glock 43 vs 43x with 9mm ammo

Glock 43 VS 43X

Author: Jacob Long It’s no mystery that single stack Glock handguns are a popular choice for ideal concealed carry pistols. The compact nature of single stack pistols, paired with Glock’s engineering, gave birth to a new breed of subcompact pistols designed for everyday carry and concealment. From the…