Ever since the inception of the Timberwolf frame in 2010, we’ve been planning to offer you a version designed for the .45 ACP and 10mm cartridges…and it’s finally here! You can be among the first to lay claim to the new Timberwolf Large frames!
We recently had the privilege of working with author, Jeremy Johnson and helped him to build his perfect “10mm Bear Spray” setup. He was kind enough to check in with us and share not only his 2018 Oregon Elk harvest, but also a piece that he wrote for his local newspaper that detailed his decision to get more proactive with his “bear deterrent system”. Continue reading →
Ever since we launched the Grey Man gun, as designed by the editor of US Concealed Carry’s magazine, it’s been a hit. It’s been featured in all sorts of shooting related media and has received positive reviews from everyone who’s handled it. So don’t you think you should get one of your own?
I want a gun with a short grip and a looooong slide – One of the most common modifications that you see in the aftermarket is chopping a G17 pistol so it takes G19 length magazines. It makes sense, because the butt is the hardest part of the pistol to conceal, and the longer sight radius makes the gun easier to shoot. Today’s product spotlight is a full custom Timberwolf Compact that does exactly that: 19 length grip with a Signature Series 17 length slide.
It’s no secret that single stack 9mm pistols are the hottest carry pistols on the planet right now. Everyone wants one, everyone is making them, and everyone is carrying them. However, one of the areas where they struggle at times is getting modern JHP bullets to perform as they were designed. Luckily, there’s an easy fix for this.
If you loved Die Hard, Lethal Weapon, Boondock Saints, or pretty much any action movie in the 80s and 90s, you also love the Beretta 92 series of guns. And in so many of those great movies, they would mount suppressors on them, which now you can do to with the new Beretta 92 series threaded AlphaWolf barrel!
Most people clean their guns too frequently. There’s no need to clean a gun after every range trip, since most people don’t shoot enough in a single range trip to actually matter. If you’re one of those people that enjoy cleaning guns, the good news is that at least with pistols you’re not going to hurt it by cleaning it. But you could just spend that time doing something else.