Altamont, a CNC-machining specialist and worldwide OEM supplier of machined gun stocks—pistol and rifle—archery grip panels and knife scales, is producing National Rifle Association-themed M1911 stock panels.
Scales and stocks made from G10 have become very popular options for knives and firearms, proving strong enough to retain their shape and structure even when pared down to slim dimensions.
American Rifleman’s Christopher Olsen examines one of the smallest “mouse” guns.
We are looking at hammered-fired, polymer frame pistol from Springfield Armory in this latest Rifleman Review segment from American Rifleman TV.
On this week’s “Gun of the Week,” American Rifleman examines a semi-automatic .45 ACP-chambered pistol from LWRCI.
On this week’s “Gun of the Week,” American Rifleman staff closely examine Ruger’s PC Charger takedown pistol chambered for 9 mm Luger.
Watch as NRA's American Rifleman examines the P17 semi-automatic pistol from Kel-Tec for this week's NRA Gun of the Week video review.
Someone looking for a tougher knife for everyday carry should check out the new Eagle Heavy Duty knife by Al Mar Knives.
The Hunter XT was designed by Victorinox with sportsmen and women in mind.
Blind Horse Knives produce practical and impeccable workmanship at reasonable prices, such as the 4-inch Woodsman Pro.