'

DFNS.net Tactical Blog

Gadget Fu – the Toolbox Hairclip

It’s a multi-tool for the discerning person’s coiffure. Ladies, this is a gadget that will be mostly for (though not entirely limited to) you. Most of you carry around extra clips (if you’re not...

Concealed Carry 101

Experienced gun carriers often joke among themselves about the “drawerful” of holsters they’ve accumulated over the years — and don’t use. You can save yourself a lot of trouble by understanding holster variables from...

Gene Higdon Launches Mean Gene Leather

Many people woke don’t know that before Gene Higdon founded a tactical nylon company he was a saddle maker. Earlier today he informed us that he is getting back into the leather business with...

Army Upgrades Stinger Missiles

The U.S. Army has begun a plan to upgrade and extend the service life of its Stinger Block 1 missiles, service officials at the McAlester Army Ammunition Plant said recently. The portable infrared heat-seeking...

Owning Sub-Guns

Actual Human Beings Can Afford To! Some time ago I did a column in Handgunner about the formalities one must attend to in order to legally own a full-auto, i.e., federal registration and transfer...

Walther’s Polymer Game-Changer

The Modern PPQ M2 9mm — Walther Tradition Meets Modern Performance. Handguns are my passion. Everything from the .22 Rimfires through the big .50’s and anything in between as well the .36 and .44...

Gyrojet!

A Really Cool — Bad Idea? I recently had the great opportunity as a collector to see and handle a group of pistols so rare very few people have heard of them — let...

Handgunner’s Christmas 2014 Gift Guide

A Cornucopia Of Coolness. When you think about it, “cornucopia” is a really cool yet under-used word, so I’m gonna rectify that: We’ve got a real cornucopia of cool Christmas gifts for you this...

De-Mystifying .38 Special Military Loads

After my recent feature on WWII revolvers appeared in Handgunner (“WWII Revolvers,” July/Aug 2014), reader Marshall Williams wrote our esteemed editorship Roy, informing him of a significant error in the article. To my chagrin...

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.

Close