Welcome to our “Glock-ology 201” series. In this training, we show you how to fully disassemble and assemble a Glock slide. This skill will allow you to perform operations such as changing the striker, the striker safety and other components that allow you to customize your Glock.
Welcome to Volume 5 of “TheGaGG.com Answers…”. This week, we answer questions related to getting started with your first handgun and the accuracy of hitting a man-size target with an AR-15. There are great questions this week, so check us out!!
Welcome to our regular podcast, “Guns Smoking, Brass Flying”. This is GSBF #10. This episode is about Caliber Wars, a recent Reloading class I enrolled in, our Glock Gen 5 review, and more…Don’t Miss This One!!
TheGaGG.com family takes this time to remember all of those affected by 9/11. We Will Not Forget!
Welcome back to Jim’s Gems! This article is all about choosing a smaller gun to use as a back-up weapon or for times when carrying a larger pistol may not be practical. We discuss accuracy, as well as caliber. Some great information is inside, so don’t miss it!
In this volume of “TheGagg Answers…”, we address questions about the 9mm vs. the 45 ACP, stopping power and 10mm ammunition, Don’t miss out on this great article!
I had this posting come into my personal email from Brian Zins today. With his permission I am posting it as an article here on TheGaGG.com. This is some unique insight into the mind of a shooting master. Read the post and learn!
About a year ago, I got into a “Caliber War” on Facebook with a supposed “gun expert”. He was responding to some “gun naivete” who was asking about what would be the best home defense weapon (there home had been broken into), He proclaimed that a 12 gauge shotgun (or a shotgun in general) was the best home defense weapon. NOT! Let’s explore the myth and lore of this “Caliber War”…
Happy Labor Day from TheGaGG.com! We love this time of year as it marks the cooling off, of the weather which allows us less oppressively hot days at the range! So, this year we are going to rename Labor Day to… Read our new name inside.
Pistol training is hard work. Range time can be costly, require travel and sometimes is at the whim of the weather gods. Dry-fire training is critical to the development of any pistol shooter. In this article, we review the MantisX pistol training aid. I think you are going to be surprised at what we find!