Author Archive | Chris Heuss

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New From SIG SAUER: Suppressed 300 Blk Upper

SIG SAUER’s adding a suppressed upper to their lineup: the SUR300. The new upper — chambered in the ever-so-chic 300 blackout — fits the SIG MCX and a standard AR15 lower. The supper [sic] has some cool features: – 6.75” Cold Hammer Forged Barrel – Permanently Attached 19 Baffle Titanium Suppressor – Free Float M-lok Handguard […]

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New from Fostech: ECHO AK Binary trigger

Fostech is now taking deposits for their [sight unseen] Echo AK trigger, a binary trigger for the AK platform. A binary trigger will fire one round when pulled and a second round when the trigger is released. The ATF has declared these triggers are not machine guns and are legal to own, however some states […]

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Non-Powder-Gun-Related Eye Injuries Up 169%

For an increasing number of Americans, the famous line in A Christmas Story “You’ll shoot your eye out” has become a reality. According to a study published in The Journal of Pediatrics eye injuries from air guns more than doubled between 1992 and 2012. But hang on Mrs. Parker..com reports that . . . The data, which […]

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Gun Review: Walther P22 QD

The first generation Walther P22 was my first pistol. I bought it on price and the Walther name. I shot thousands of rounds through the gun — when it worked. To say my P22 was unreliable would be like saying TTAG tells the truth about guns . . . That P22 was picky about ammo. CCI mini […]

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Gun Review: Czech Small Arms Sa vz. 61 Pistol

The Skorpion vz. 61 was originally designed back in 1959. Czechoslovakia put it into service in 1961. Thanks to its iconic top wire folding stock, which resembles a scorpion’s tail, the gun’s often called the Skorpion. It was originally issued to Czech special forces troops, reconnaissance units and security forces. Due to its compact design, it […]

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Gun Review: B&T TP9 Pistol

The B&T TP9 started life back in 1989 as the select fire Steyr TMP (tactical machine pistol). Neutered semi-auto versions were later imported to the US as the Steyr SPP (special purpose pistol). Exactly what the “special purpose” is remains a mystery to this day . . . Steyr only produced the SPP between 1992 […]

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