The Makarov Beer Bottle Opener


I bet this is how the most interesting man in the world opens his Dos Equis. Here’s a video of the Makarov beer opener in action.
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Leather Whiskey Holsters


Leather Whiskey Holster

Two of the many things the old west was known for were six-guns in hand-made leather holsters and whiskey. Now you can relive the old west with this hand made Whiskey Holster ($39). You can take your favorite 200ml bottle of bourbon whiskey with you out on the trail, tailgate etc..I’m sure it fits a standard sized flask if you prefer another type of poison. It even has a front window to show off your drink brand of choice. Just don’t take it to the range, drinking and shooting is probably not the best idea, plus you’ll get some funny looks.

Russian Parliament Speaker Calls for Right to Bear Arms


Soviet Propaganda Poster

Russia has come a very long way since the dark days after the fall of the Soviet Union. They’ve since become an economic power house in Europe and have slowely rebuilt their influence around the world. It is surprising to hear that they have very limited gun rights, this is the country that gave the world some of the most iconic firearms of all time. I’m sure just like here in the US, it’s usually the bad guys who have all the guns that the average citizen is restriced from owning.
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Glock 1911


The battle between which is the best pistol design of all time, the 1911 or the Glock, is now over with the release of the Glock 1911 pistol. Due out in late 2011 the Glock 1911 chambered in .45acp will retail for $799.
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1791 Apparel T-Shirt Review


1971 apparel gadsden flag

1791 Apparel makes stylish high-quality clothing for military and gun enthusiasts, I stumbled upon 1791 Apparel a while back and did a quick post about them. I really liked their style quite a bit for both their clean designs and historical references, so I ordered myself a few shirts to review. I picked up their Gadsden and Tula shirts, both of which go for $17 .00, a very fair price in a market full of over priced tacticool accessories and gizmos most of us don’t really need. Their shirts aren’t “in your face” like other gun related shirts tend to be, you could wear them at the mall without sparking any Second Amendment debates with random anti-gunners off the street. And if you do, just tell those Constitution stomping haters you’re just practicing your rights. But I digress…

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Jihadists Kalashnikov Goes Boom


The AK-47 rifle if a favorite among revolutionaries, freedom fighters and terrorist world wide. It is known for its ruggedness and reliability, but even the venerable old Kalashnikov rifle can fail. I’m not entirely sure what happened in the video above to cause the AK to go boom, but it shows the importance of maintaining and cleaning your rifle.

Gun Throne


The above piece of blasphemous “art” is part of an exhibit at the British Museum. What a waste of a few perfectly good HK G3s, is that a PPSH down there too?

How Not to Shoot: Shooting A 1911 Underwater


Here’s the kind of gun owner that makes the rest of us look bad, here’s also an example of how not to shoot your 1911 pistol. Let’s see, shooting a pistol underwater, check. Shooting a pistol in your backyard pool, check. Muzzle sweeping the cameraman, check. Let’s hope the good folks at the Brady campaign don’t see this.

Magpul Kills 40 Round PMAG


Last year Magpuls catalog featured a 40 round capacity version of the popular PMAG AR-15 magazines for just $22.95. Well it looks like Magpul dropped it from their 2011 lineup. There is no word from Magpul as to the reason why they axed their 40 round PMAG.

[Source: TheFirearmsBlog]

Scottsdale Gun Club on Bizarre Foods


I was watching Travel Channel’s Bizarre Foods today and saw the segment where Andrew Zimmern visited the Scottsdale Gun Club, where he got to dress up like an operator, shoot machine guns at exploding watermelons and enjoyed the fine delicacy known as the MRE. Lucky guy.

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