Is the Holosun 507COMP the Trijicon SRO killer? A little head to head comparison might shed some light on the answer to that question.
Holosun has tossed their hat in the competition pistol mountable optics ring with the 507COMP which was highly anticipated by a lot of folks. The question is, “Is the optic good enough to grab a fair share of that market?”
The Daniel Defense DDM4 V11 continues to impress me. It’s been reliable and dependable in class and competition even after putting a thousand rounds through it without regard for how it’s been configured and reconfigured.
Revolvers are fun and interesting to me. However, I never really considered them for defensive applications before with the exception of defense against wildlife, but that’s changed recently. Here are my thoughts on a wheelgun’s use cases and limitations.
As it has become tradition on this blog, it is past time for a 2,000 round update review on the H&K VP9 Match. The blaster has held up impeccably well and undergone a few changes, but has seen less and less range time since its last review.
Attending a firearms training course requires a monetary and time investment. The return on that investment comes in the form of marksmanship skill improvement. How much improvement depends on the steps we take to capitalize on the investment.