Welcome to our “Glock-ology 201” series. In this training, we show you how to fully disassemble and assemble a Glock lower/frame. This skill will allow you to perform operations such as changing connectors, trigger components and other customizations.
Welcome to a product review of the Vortex Viper 6 MOA Red Dot Scope. We acquired this product a few months ago as we were looking to mount it on a Glock MOS. Unfortunately, that was a more complicated process than expected. Instead, we mounted and tested it on a S&W M&P pistol. Read our review and watch the video.
Our “Pistol Training Techniques” series provides discrete and valuable training regimens, tips and techniques to improve your pistol shooting. Each technique is a proven training element used by our shooters or provided by professional shooters who use these techniques themselves. In this article, we present the “Bill Drill”. We have found the Bill Drill to be one of the most transformative speed drills out there that I have tried.
Welcome to “Jim’s Gems” a monthly column by Jim Marsal. First off let’s give a warm welcome to Jim joining TheGaGG.com team. This is #1, and in this column Jim answers the age-old question of what’s “that one gun” to carry in a defensive scenario… Or does he? Well read on, and find out!
Welcome to our video blog on gun reviews. In this video, we review the Mossberg 500 Turkey Thug Gun. Over at WildernessMaster.com, we took this gun turkey hunting in Oklahoma and had a blast with it. Please check out the article and watch the video for our full review of this shotgun.
Rock Island Armory teased the product community with the release of a new pistol yesterday. Check out more details on it in this article. Why not name it something cool?
Welcome to the “AR-Fu” series. In this series, we will educate you on all things AR. This article provides you with some low-gunsmithing-skill upgrades that you can do to improve your AR today.
In this video, we review 4, 1-x (1-4, 1-6) sub $500 scopes. There are now decent quality sub $500 1-4 and 1-6 scopes that are available. Our review is not exhaustive nor detailed on each scope, but more of a general findings and relative comparison review. Future reviews will detail specific findings made for each scope.
In this episode of “Guns Smoking, Brass Flying”, we interview Mark Kexel of Mad Dog Weapons Systems and the MSR Evolution Forum. If you own an AR-15 you NEED to hear this podcast. Mark is radically evolving the options for AR-15, as can be seen in the 277 Wolverine work. DO NOT miss this episode!
The AR-15 base caliber (5.56) is fine for military applications. But, in the civilian world, other than competition usage, the caliber is underwhelming and limited. For years, many wildcatters have been innovating rounds for the AR-15. Two years ago, I took the bait on a new wildcat – the 277 Wolverine. Welcome to a new world AR-15’ers!