To describe something as the best is to say it is unequivocally better than the rest. It’s a bold statement that I don’t make cavalierly. Today, the semi-auto pistol dominates the self-defense market and snub nose revolvers don’t get as much
A few years ago, Magnum Research rocked the rimfire world with their MLR (Magnum Lite Rifle). Advertised as the most accurate lightweight .22 rifle on the market, this graphite-wrapped, bull-barrel semi-auto proved to be better than most heavy-weight barrel bolt actions.
In 1996, Walther joined the polymer age with its P99 pistol. It was a sexy beast, with a grooved and textured trigger guard and grip frame. It also included three different sized backstraps to customize the fit to the shooter’s
With Christmas around the corner, Crimson Trace will soon be releasing a new laser sighting solution for Mossberg’s popular 500, 590 and Shockwave shotguns in both red and green. Aptly named the Crimson Trace Lasersaddle, these sights fit closely over
There’s no questioning the key role Crimson Trace has played in creating the consumer market for laser sights and continually driving it forward. Now they’re breaking their own mold. This November they are busting out of the laser sight realm