Several readers have asked me for reviews of pistol caliber carbines. Others have asked for reviews of value-priced firearms. I suppose that makes this initial review of the Bear Creek Arsenal BC-9 a twofer.
Primary Arms has been introducing new optics and updates to existing optics at a rapid pace. That includes the 2nd generation of the SLx MD-25 micro red dot sight which I had the opportunity to spend some delightful quality time with.
CZ makes some amazing competition pistols. The CZ 75 TS Czechmate was one of those. Even though it doesn’t dominate USPSA/IPSC Open and Limited divisions like the Shadow 2 dominates Carry Optics and Production divisions, it’s still worth taking a look at.
While a highly specialized holster isn’t necessary for competing in USPSA nor will it auto-magically improve one’s results, it sure can help one look the part. The GX VICE is one of those and it is superbly functional.
I was on the fence about the Primary Arms ACSS Vulcan Dot reticle on the Holosun 507K after my initial review. As such, I decided to do some work with it to determine whether or not it was worth the additional $30. I found that it is and this post explains why.
AK-47s get a bad rap as inaccurate and unreliable weapons. While I don’t have broad experience with the platform, I wasn’t able to detect an ounce of truth to that reputation while getting in some trigger time with the GF5 from Palmetto State Armory.