Adams Arms is a pioneer of the piston-driven AR platform. Now they are coming out with the new AA19, a performance-driven compact 9 mm Luger handgun that combines their years of experience with handgun barrel and slide innovations with their mission of elevating firearm reliability and performance.
While the hot-as-magma market for guns and ammunition has dominated the news, optics are also selling at a record pace. Fortunately, optics manufacturers have been able to develop and introduce a dizzying array of new products, including new thermal & nightvision optics.
Between magnified riflescopes, electro-optics and plain ol’ iron sights, today’s rifle shooters can pretty much take care of everything from the muzzle to several thousand yards (or meters) away. Picking one setup for a narrow range of distances is no problem, but it gets trickier when you need to skin several cats at once.
Attaching a red-dot sight to a handgun is plenty useful, though choosing the right sight and footprint can be more than a little confusing.
Today on "I Carry" we have a Smith & Wesson M&P M2.0 4" Compact Optics-Ready pistol with a Sightmark Mini Shot M Spec red-dot sight carried in a JM Custom Kydex AIWB holster.
Slide-mounted red-dot optics on pistols are hot and getting hotter.
Deciding on a red-dot sight for your handgun is only half the battle; getting it installed securely involves more than you might think.
In today's episode of "I Carry," we have a Kimber Aegis Elite Pro OI 1911 pistol with a Vortex Venom red-dot sight carried in a Galco Avenger leather holster.