An abused J. Stevens single-shot, break-open 12-gauge holds of place of honor today, and receives more attention than the SIG Sauer M400, Beretta Storm Carbine, Kimber 84 and Remington 700 that share the vault.
In January, 61,000 people with pre-sharpened elbows, grumpy attitudes and viruses that have yet to be identified by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention attended the huge petri dish known by most in the industry as the SHOT Show.
Your father was probably the one who got you started in shooting, yet you’re trolling the bargain bins in discount stores this week, hoping to find something inexpensive that will satisfy his insatiable appetite for dust-collecting knickknacks.
“Gun Geo Marker,” a free app that went live on July 4, runs on Android smartphones and allows people to “Geolocate Dangerous Guns and Owners.” The creator’s blog indicates the holiday launch date was deliberate.
Smartphones are quite handy in the field and at the range, but they’re pretty susceptible to the elements. Guy Sagi obtained a case that claims it protects iPhones from water and dust, and even extends battery time. He just had to see if it worked.