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Range Review: Dead Air Wolverine PBS-1

The Dead Air Wolverine PBS-1 is a purpose-built suppressor for the AK-47 and its many variants.

Review: Beretta APX Carry

Reliable and durable, the Beretta APX Carry is well-suited as a backup gun, especially in deep concealment.

Review: CZ Rimfire Suppressor

Though suppressors aren't the first thing that come to mind when people think CZ-USA, the company's Rimfire suppressor has an impressive design. Check it out here.

10 .22 LR Conversion Kits for Your Favorite EDC Pistol

For low cost and new-shooter training, there’s no substitute for a .22 LR conversion kit paired with your favorite EDC pistol.

Review: Standard Manufacturing SKO Mini

Discreetly stowed and minimally sized, the Standard Mfg. SKO Mini 12-gauge might be the perfect home-defense firearm.

Range Review: Rugged Suppressors Obsidian 45

The question is often asked, "What's the one suppressor to have if you're only going to have one?" The Rugged Suppressors Obsidian 45 is a contender for the title.

Review: Dead Air Odessa-9 Suppressor

With a modular design, including multiple baffle sections, the Dead Air Odessa-9 suppressor is one of the more-unique options on the market.

Review: AAC Halcyon Suppressor

When it comes to rimfire suppressors, few are as versatile as the new Halcyon from AAC.

Review: SIG Sauer M400 Tread

The SIG Sauer M400 Tread is the company’s first sub-$1,000 rifle system and brings new meaning to the phrase, "No step on snek."

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