Red Dot Sight

First Look: Steiner Micro Pistol Sight

Steiner recently introduced the Micro Pistol Sight, a red-dot sight designed for pistols. 

First Look: XS Sights DXT2 Big Dot Sights for Springfield Hellcat

XS Sights recently added several new sight offerings for the Springfield Armory Hellcat series with the addition of DXT2 Big Dot and R3D night sights for the optics-ready Hellcat Micro-Compact OSP.

First Look: AMERIGLO Haven Red-Dot Pistol Sight

AMERIGLO recently introduced an entry to pistol optics with the all-new Haven red dot.

Best Size for a Pistol Red Dot

What size is best for the red-dot you mount on your pistol?

First Look: Mossberg MC2sc

Mossberg recently expanded its MC2 pistol lineup with the addition of the MC2sc, a micro-compact 9 mm that utilizes 11- or 14-round magazines. 

Review: SiOnyx Aurora Black

Night-vision devices (NVDs) are increasingly available and affordable. One can find everything from products barely qualifying as toys through military-grade thermal optics at a variety of retailers, at prices ranging from less than $100 (for the toys) to the price of a fairly nice car (for the high-end thermal stuff).

Review: Girsan MC9 T Handgun

The Turkish firearm-manufacturing industry has been around for a long time, dating back to when the Ottoman Empire was a superpower. In recent years, it seems like the Turkish gun industry is on a bit of a come-up, exporting hundreds of thousands of guns each year to the United States, especially the Canik TP9 line of pistols.

Review: Taurus GX4 Micro-9mm Handgun

Taurus has been on fire as of late, and the company’s latest offering is the GX4, a micro-9 mm, double-stack pistol.

2021 New Optics Guide

Whatever your needs or budget, we’ve got info on the latest tactical, long-range, self-defense and concealed-carry optics in our annual guide.

How to Refine Your Trigger Press

Jeff Cooper called it the Baja California shot, a hit landing low-left from the point-of-aim due to jerking the trigger. Imagine shooting at a map of the United States and you’ll get the idea. True for a right-handed shooter, I suppose we could call it the Florida shot for a left-handed shooter, although I never heard the Colonel describe it that way.

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