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...
CZ P-09

CZ P-09: A POLYMER SHADOW?

We haven’t always loved CZ pistols.  We know, they’ve dominated IPSC for ages.  They’re common enough to run with confidence, but exotic enough to be cool.  They’ve got plenty of history and plenty of performan...

ARSENAL STRIKE ONE SPEED: RUSSIAN INGENUITY?

         Ever since Gaston Glock began popularizing the polymer-framed, striker-fired pistol in 1982, we’ve seen dozens of renditions on the theme, all trying to out-Glock all of Glock’s most striking (pun very...

CZ SHADOW 2: HOT ROD, COOL PRICE

The CZ Shadow 2: Hands-on At Calibre, sometimes we get a gun sent to us which generates more interest than we expect.  Other times, less interest.  Usually this is a function of when the release date is, and h...
FN FNS-9

FN FNS-9: INTRODUCTION TO THE LONG TERM TEST

Fabrique Nationale d’Herstal, more commonly known as FN, is kind of a big deal.  Like a lot of our readers (at least those of us who have sadly bid farewell to being asked for ID at the liquor store even though...

SUOMI K-31 CARBINE TESTED

Throughout history, the submachine gun has always struggled to maintain the level of respect its longer and shorter siblings have earned. Granted, certain submachine guns such as the M1 Thompson and Israeli-mad...