NEW 5.7x28mm Products SHOT Show 2020

It looks to be the year for the 5.7x28mm cartridge! It seems like everyone and their brother is wanting to make this cartridge available to the masses. Why? I have no idea, but they are. Anyway, Ruger kind of led the pack, but we’ll go over everything that’s coming out so far for it.

Culper Precision Atomic 6 SHOT Show 2020

Culper Precision 6 SHOT Show 2020 So, you thought your Glock 19 was too heavy for carry? Well, welcome the Atomic 6 from Culper Precision. First, let’s talk about the price of this. For the complete slide alone you’re looking at $1,500. For a whole Atomic 6 pistol, you’re looking at $2,000. Now, you might

FN 509 Compact MRD Ready SHOT Show 2020

FN dropped an optic ready version of the 509 Compact and it’ll be hitting the market in both FDE and black. For those that aren’t familiar, the 509 Compact is basically the updated FNS Compact. It’s Glock 26 in size, but it’s ready to take WMLs (probably only the TLR-7), and it has 509 magazine compatibility.

Holosun 509T? SHOT Show 2020

So, I’ve got limited information on this one and I pulled the image from Sage Dynamic’s Instagram account. Apparently in 2019 Holosun dropped a preview of the HE509T and this just might be the finished product.

Streamlight SHOT Show Coverage 2020

Streamlight SHOT Show Coverage 2020 So, I think Streamlight has officially become my favorite company to cover for SHOT Show. As most of you know, I’m not going to be attending. It’s too far away, it’s too costly, and everything that’s there I’ll be able to see at NRAAM this year if I decide it’s

HK VP9 Gets MIL Contract

Alright boys and girls, something happened in early December 2019 that kind of flew under everyone’s radar. The Heckler & Koch HK VP9 (or SFP9 as it’s know everywhere else in the world) got it’s first ever military contract. Who got it? Well, we’ll get to that. Prior to this new contract that HK picked up, the VP9 had only been adopted by a limited number of law enforcement agencies (predominantly German ones), and was being passed over for the M&P line or the Glock line.