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Posted 06-27-2014 at 08:21 by OutdoorHub Editor Comments 0
OutdoorHub gun writer Tom McHale's two best three-shot groups with the new IMI Razor Core 77-grain round. Image by Tom McHale.
By Matt Korovesis with Tom McHale
I’m a relative newcomer to the 5.56x45mm round. The first gun I had chambered in 5.56 that was truly my own and not a “shared custody” piece between my father and I was my Tavor SAR. However, my inexperience with the round evaporated during extensive accuracy...
Posted 06-27-2014 at 07:52 by OutdoorHub Editor Comments 0
The majority of US states allow no public access to firearm records, and Michigan recently joined that list.
By Daniel Xu
On Tuesday Michigan Governor Rick Snyder signed legislation that exempted firearms records from being released under the Freedom of Information Act, a move that cemented a 1999 decision by the Michigan Supreme Court that found the disclosure of these records to be an invasion of personal privacy....
Posted 06-11-2014 at 12:29 by OutdoorHub Editor Comments 0
In this image, the Radetec AmmoControl LED Advisor is solid red. That means there's two rounds left in the gun.
By Dick Jones
I don’t have ice water in my veins. I have friends who do and I’ve always envied the quality, but under pressure, I often operate in panic mode. I simply don’t have the ability to hold the broad awareness under stress situations that’s often required in 3-gun competitions and tactical pistol shooting....
Posted 06-04-2014 at 11:46 by OutdoorHub Editor Comments 0
In this iconic image from World War II, a United States Marine (standing) fires a Thompson submachine gun. Public domain image.
By Matt Korovesis
Firearm collectors: have a spare $20,000 or so lying around? Interested in owning a piece of history that’s a blast to shoot, too? Then you should keep in touch with the St. Louis Police Department. The agency is set to auction off nearly 30 .45-caliber Thompson submachine...
Posted 05-23-2014 at 10:10 by OutdoorHub Editor Comments 0
Galco's Miami Classic II with a 1911 Government model.
By Tom McHale
Holsters have been around a long time, almost as long as Cher has been using doilies for costumes. Over centuries of use, innovation has flourished. We’ve come a long way from the times when Scottish warriors carried sharp objects and their Visa debit cards in their sporrans.
Like Moore’s law for microprocessors, which states that computing...