The Firearm Blog

Swedish Security Service Goes Glock

The Swedish Security Service has chosen Glock as a supplier for their duty pistols. This means that the current SIG Sauers will be replaced by various 9mm Glocks. The approved and chosen models are the Glock 17, 19 and the sub-compact 43X, but there are no details as to which generation. The Swedish Police have been testing no less than twelve different pistols, but earlier this year the Swedish Security Service, which is independent of the Police, left the specific evaluation to continue on their own. The result is now official.

Five New Handheld Weapons On Display At DSEI

While a lot of attention at DSEI focuses on the high-tech weapons systems of the future, manufacturers of smaller, more traditional weaponry use the conference to show off their new small arms products. DSEI is a biannual defence and security trade exhibition, this year held at London's Excel Centre. It...

L.E. Sportsman #278

Castlecreek Handgun Display Case, wood construction, glass-panel lid, gold-tone lid latches with keyed locks, green felt background, foam pads on bottom, new. Guide Gear Hide-A-Gun Concealment Air Vent, Wood box mounts directly inside wall, Mounts securely between 2 studs, Frame is attached to the box via ball-bearing sliding rails, Fast access to the hidden internal compartment, inspected, new.

Cobb Chamber hosts 2021 Public Safety Appreciation Breakfast October 4

The 2021 Public Safety Appreciation Breakfast will be held October 4 from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. at the Coca-Cola Roxy. Hosted by the Cobb Chamber, the breakfast will kick of the county-wide Public Safety Appreciation Week. The Chamber’s announcement for the events states that the week is “where we come together as a community to show our support and appreciation for all that our Public Safety does to make Cobb a safe, enjoyable place to live, work, and play.”
Outdoor Life

Ruger PC Charger Review: A Versatile Pistol for Plinking and Survival

The Ruger PC platform has been around for a few years now and it’s built a reputation as an affordable and adaptable takedown 9mm carbine. However, the new 2021 iteration, the Ruger PC Charger, is what the platform should have been all along. If a 10/22 and a Ruger Precision rifle got together and had a kid, you’d end up with something like the PC Charger, or at least that’s how I’d describe it.