Summer is finally in full swing and you know what that means, right? Time to go shooting! There’s no better way to enjoy the long summer days, than by getting in some range time. To help you do that, we’ve got a couple of our favorite shooting products, some drills, and other ways to enjoy your summer range time!
In case you hadn’t noticed, we sell barrels. Lots of them, and they’re designed to replace the factory barrel in your Glock pistol. We actually make replacement barrels for quite a few brands of guns, but today we’re going to focus on Glock barrels and the Mystery of Lead Bullets.
Have you always wanted to make your gun stand out…by making it blend it? Now you can, with our new Battlecam Cerakote finish! Evocative of the US Army and Air Force’s official camouflage pattern, the Battlecam pattern is the perfect choice to give your custom build that “field ready” look.
What’s the worst part about going to the range? Okay, that’s a trick question because going to the range is awesome, but if there’s one thing you don’t want to do it’s load magazines over and over again. It’s tiring and boring. That’s why extended magazines are great, like today’s spotlight products: the 31-round ETS 9mm magazine and the 27 round USPSA legal magazine!
In the past we’ve mentioned how customizing your gun can result in some pretty great performance improvements, and specifically mentioned changing the connector in your Glock’s trigger as a way to do that. Well, if you liked our original 3.5# connector, you’re going to love our newest connector!
“Hey, I have this .45 ACP suppressor and I want to put in on my 9mm gun, how do I do that?” It’s actually a lot easier than you think, and in today’s tech post we’re going to explain how. The first thing you have to understand is that your .45 barrel and your 9mm barrel are definitely threaded to different pitches.
Did you know that we make threaded barrels for the Browning Hi-Power? Well, you do now, thanks to Jeremy’s awesome review of them on his YouTube channel.
Previously we covered the interesting history of the 9×18 cartridge, which I left with the observation that guns chambered in 9×18 weren’t the affordable blasters they used to be. I wondered how neat would it be to take advantage of cheap 9mm Mak ammo without having to drop $350-$400 bucks for a brand new gun. I have a confession, because that was a bit of a set-up, since you can convert your Glock 42 or your Ruger LC380 to 9mm Makarov!