Guns

The Plumbers and Carpenters Custom .45 ACP 1911 By Erick Gonzales

In the late 1970’s and 1980’s a small group of US. Intelligence personnel and Special Forces Soldiers, fought in the shadows and in the jungles of Central America against the rising tide of Communism, mainly in the area of the Honduran-Nicaraguan border.  Because of the presence of the Standard Fruit Company in Honduras, agents and…





Scoping the AK By: Dr. Martin D. Topper

Conventional wisdom states that most 7.62X39mm AKs are very good CQB rifles that are tactically effective out to 150- 200 yds.  Beyond that, the conventional knowledge also claims that accuracy with many AKs drops off so quickly that the AK is far inferior to the AR.  Is that really true?  To find out I asked…


The CAA Micro Roni Review By Jim Grant

Micro Roni, the SBR’d Glock treat! Alright, I had to get that out of my system before I started a proper review of this product. Command Arms Accessories, or CAA as they’re more commonly called, is an aftermarket parts company with close ties to Israel and the IDF. CAA’s CEO, LTC Mike Hartman, is a…


The perfect CCW Carry Pistol By Andre’ M. Dall’au

  This is a hot button topic. EVERYONE has an opinion about the perfect concealed carry self-defense pistol because everyone is different. While some big guys WILL NOT stay in the same room with other shooters who do not acknowledge that the 1911 is THE best pistol, or folks who speak only one Austrian word;…


Bullpup Matchup – Steyr AUG A3 versus IWI X95 By Jim Grant

In theory, bullpups are the obvious next step in the evolution of shoulder-fired firearms. They offer shorter overall length, excellent balance and faster-handling than their conventionally-configured counterparts – without sacrificing crucial aspects of firearm design like accuracy and magazine capacity. Nearly four dozen nations have adopted a Bullpup design for at least some of their…



The Armory at DragonCon 2016 By Andre’ M. Dall’au

DragonCon is an annual Labor Day event that takes over urban Atlanta  with almost one hundred thousand fans of comic books, sci-fi, fantasy and cos-play, with most of them in their home-made costumes. DragonCon is also the host of The Armory that provides a showcase to educate creative people, artists and writers with an extensive…