Firearms|Firearm Accessories The Ruger Max-9 is a new subcompact 9mm just released to market. The new subcompact by Ruger is seeing massive support in aftermarket accessories after its release. Now, […]
Yesterday, Smith and Wesson announced a new addition to their Shield EZ lineup with the M&P 9 Shield EZ. The M&P 9 Shield EZ is designed from the ground up to be a firearm that is easy to rack, load, shoot, and clean. Smith and Wesson adds to the Shield EZ series after .380 version success.
The vast majority of questions on conceal carry come form customers thinking about getting a conceal carry license. These customers are looking for a road map on where to start their concealed carry journey. For these shooters the idea and act of conceal carry can be a daunting one. Finding out where to start is difficult for new potential conceal carry users. You understand that these individuals have limited firearms knowledge and weapons handling.
Zev officially announced that they will be releasing a modular build kit using O.Z-9 platform and components.
Back in late May I wrote an article about Sig Sauer adding to its P365 lineup with the P365 XL. In writing the article I began to recognize that the P365 XL was Sig Sauer’s answer to the Glock 48 that was released in early 2019. Within that article I make a couple of remarks to that notation of market disruption that the P365 XL will cause by challenging Glock’s foothold with the subcompact market.
Back in May I wrote an article discussing a rumor that Sig Sauer was releasing a bigger P365 called the P365 XL this summer. It is official now, today Sig Sauer released the Sig Sauer P365 XL to the market.
Monday morning internet scuttlebutt was abuzz about Sig adding a new handgun to its P365 lineup. There where “leaked” photos and information on the new pistol coming from blogs and other sources.
Hello, everyone and welcome to my first post of 100 rounds in. This is where I give you my first impressions of a new firearm before I give a lengthy review.