Guns

Firearm Fundamentals Part 2: Before The Shot

We have been imagining Firearm Fundamentals as a tree, and in the last article we began with the roots of the tree; Firearms Safety. Now we climb up the trunk of Marksmanship and into the branches of Before the...

Firearm Fundamentals Part 1: Safety

Although it is a tad cliché, I like to think of Firearm Fundamentals as a tree. Firstly, and most importantly, there are the roots: Firearm Safety. Next comes the trunk: Marksmanship. Then, Marksmanship branche...
BRS-99

BRS-99: The VZ of the UZI

Hidden deep within the confines of the Calibunker there lies a terrible secret.  A secret so dark and so evil that until this very issue no one dared mention, let alone publish, the awful truth.  But like the p...
Jard J68

Jard J68 Review: Slick Brick

If you’re unfamiliar with JARD, Inc., we’ll forgive you. But JARD, Inc., of Sheldon, Iowa, makes a whole pile of triggers for everything from the AR-15 to the Weatherby Mark V. They’ve applied their precision-t...

Kel-Tec RDB: The best bullpup in Canada?

I am not a bullpup guy. Two reason for that: First off, I've spent a pretty reasonable amount of time shooting guns where reloading involved inserting a magazine into a hole in front of the trigger, and secondl...
Bergara B-14 HMR

Bergara B-14 HMR: 1/2 MOA for $1500 or Less

Let’s not beat around the bush: There is no such thing as that perfect, do-it-all, “one gun.” Shooting, as with everything in life, requires compromise. Many of the features that make for a great hunting gun ar...
Korth PRS

Korth PRS: America’s Gun, Germanified

Korth.  For some gun aficionados, nothing more needs to be said.  Builders in the tradition of ultimate European luxury brands, Korth are perhaps best known for revolvers with price tags that most people would ...