New: Aluminum Chassis for Swiss K31 Rifles by Sureshot Armament Group

New: Aluminum Chassis for Swiss K31 Rifles by Sureshot Armament Group

By Hrachya H Czech company Sureshot Armament Group has introduced a new chassis for Swiss K31 rifles. It is a one piece construction, CNC machined from a solid 7075 aluminum block. The chassis allows free floating the K31 action. It is also extremely lightweight weighing little over 2 lbs 12 oz (1268 grams). Interestingly, it is even lighter than […] Read More … The post New: Aluminum Chassis for Swiss K31 Rifles by Sureshot Armament Group appeared first on The Firearm Blog. Via: The Firearm...
RECALL NOTICE: Walther CCP Being Recalled Due To Drop Safety Issues

RECALL NOTICE: Walther CCP Being Recalled Due To Drop Safety Issues

By Patrick R Walther has issued a recall of the Walther CCP pistols because of what they call a potential condition in the CCP that can cause the firearm to discharge regardless of the manual safety being engaged or disengaged. Walther has issued a voluntary recall as a result and will be upgrading all affected CCPs in order to […] Read More … The post RECALL NOTICE: Walther CCP Being Recalled Due To Drop Safety Issues appeared first on The Firearm Blog. Via: The Firearm...
INTERVIEW with Kori Phillips, Program Officer for LSAT and CTSAS, Part 2: Ammunition Technical Discussion, Cont’d

INTERVIEW with Kori Phillips, Program Officer for LSAT and CTSAS, Part 2: Ammunition Technical Discussion, Cont’d

By Nathaniel F Not long after SHOT Show, I got the chance to interview Mrs. Kori Phillips, former program officer for the Army’s Lightweight Small Arms Technologies (LSAT) program, and current program officer for the Cased Telescoped Small Arms Systems (CTSAS) program. We talked at length about both programs, the technology they developed, and the state of lightweight […] Read More … The post INTERVIEW with Kori Phillips, Program Officer for LSAT and CTSAS, Part 2: Ammunition Technical Discussion, Cont’d appeared first on The Firearm Blog. Via: The Firearm...
Jim Schatz – Paratrooper, AMU Instructor, Heckler & Koch Icon – Has Died

Jim Schatz – Paratrooper, AMU Instructor, Heckler & Koch Icon – Has Died

By Nathaniel F It is with a heavy heart that we at TFB bring news of the death of a true industry great: Jim Schatz has died. Jim’s career in the industry spanned four decades, and he served as a paratrooper (11B) with the 82nd Airborne, a shooter and instructor with the Army Marksmanship Unit, and most famously […] Read More … The post Jim Schatz – Paratrooper, AMU Instructor, Heckler & Koch Icon – Has Died appeared first on The Firearm Blog. Via: The Firearm...

How Compensators Help You Shoot Faster

By Patrick R Shooting fast can be a science, but the basic principles are the same no matter what pistol you are using. In this episode of TFB TV Patrick takes his Glock 19 out to the range with a shot timer to see what effect a compensator from KKM Precision has on how fast he is able […] Read More … The post How Compensators Help You Shoot Faster appeared first on The Firearm Blog. Via: The Firearm...
SB Tactical Continues (Gun) World Domination Plan with SPBDW Brace

SB Tactical Continues (Gun) World Domination Plan with SPBDW Brace

By Nathan S. SB Tactical, known for giving the ATF a headache and us poor pistol owners a practical “brace”, is at it yet again with their plan to dominate the Modern Sporting Pistol market. This time, SB Tactical has teamed up with Maxim Defense to release an adjustable arm brace modeled on the Maxim Defense CQB Stock. […] Read More … The post SB Tactical Continues (Gun) World Domination Plan with SPBDW Brace appeared first on The Firearm Blog. Via: The Firearm...

Springfield Armory TRP Operator 1911 Review and Water Submersion

By Steve Johnson Is Grey The New Black? James takes the Springfield Armory TRP Operator 1911 into the Louisiana swamps to find out if Springfield Armory’s latest 1911 is worth the premium price point (Spoiler: It is). Review includes a ritual submersion in the filthy swamp mud, enough to make any 1911 affeciarto cry … but does it […] Read More … The post Springfield Armory TRP Operator 1911 Review and Water Submersion appeared first on The Firearm Blog. Via: The Firearm...
Gunfighters INC New and Improved Gen2 Kenai Chest Holsters

Gunfighters INC New and Improved Gen2 Kenai Chest Holsters

By Ray I. Remember the Kenai Chest Holster we posted about last year? Well the folks over at Gunfighters INC showed off their Gen2 Kenai Chest Holster over on their Facebook page recently. What’s new with the Gen2 chest Kenai Chest Holsters? They will now be made in house on their own CNC molds which they claim will improve […] Read More … The post Gunfighters INC New and Improved Gen2 Kenai Chest Holsters appeared first on The Firearm Blog. Via: The Firearm...

Britain’s Growing Practical Shooting Sport

By Miles V Our first episode with Callum from English Shooting covered the intricacies of the laws and regulations that govern firearm and shotgun ownership in the United Kingdom. But in this episode, we discuss the growing sport of Practical Shooting. Essentially based on Three Gun, or Two Gun in the United States, the sport is appealing to […] Read More … The post Britain’s Growing Practical Shooting Sport appeared first on The Firearm Blog. Via: The Firearm...
No Excuses, Go Shoot USPSA

No Excuses, Go Shoot USPSA

By Nicholas C Kevin Russell is bound to an electric wheel chair. I do not know what his disability is, but it doesn’t matter. This guy can shoot! He appears to be using an M&P9L CORE Some may think there is an issue here. But that is fear from ignorance. Kevin appears to be a […] Read More … The post No Excuses, Go Shoot USPSA appeared first on The Firearm Blog. Via: The Firearm...