Concealed Carry

Kytos launches new titanium slides for Glock 17 and 19 pistols. (Photo: Krytos Industries) Krytos Industries recently released a new “revolutionary” titanium finishing process alongside titanium Glock handgun slides. The patented finishing process, ArmorTi, permits titanium to be used for various applications to include handgun slides and frames. Krytos said previously this was not possible
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TSA discovered 90 firearms in carry-ons at their checkpoints last week including 26 on May 3 alone– a one-day record for the agency. (Photos: TSA) The Transportation Security Administration announced last week the 2017 single-day record for the number of firearms discovered in carry-on bags across the country has been broken. TSA screeners found 26
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Introduction John Browning would be proud if he could see how Kimber has improved his basic design since it first saw action in 1911. The Kimber Gold Combat RL II is still the Browning basic handgun that he designed and it is not only aesthetically pleasing but operates as a modern tactical 1911 should, smoothly
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A row of Sig P365 pistols on display at the NRA Annual Meeting. (Photo: Jacki Billings) Sig Sauer’s P365 was one of the hot ticket, must see items on the floors of the NRA’s Annual Meeting in Dallas last week. Drawing bustling crowds that stood shoulder to shoulder to see the latest concealed carry inspired
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The MBOSS holster by Blackhawk brings leather into a more modern age. (Photo: Jacki Billings) After hinting at a new holster last week, tactical gear maker Blackhawk officially debuted the MBOSS to consumers at the NRA’s Annual Meeting. The MBOSS holster series melds the traditional feel of leather with a more modern look reminiscent of
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The Glock 19’s sights leave a lot to be desired. (Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com) Glock is known for its “perfection” but despite holding a top spot among concealed carrier favorites, the Glock 19 has at least one weakness. Of course, we’re referring to the sights. Noticeably lacking, the G19’s sights are usually one of the first features
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