Increasingly popular in the past 20 years, pistol caliber carbines or PCCs offer a lot of benefits to the user and few drawbacks, making them
The Walther PDP is among my favorite polymer pistols. Learn why I always recommend it as an option when someone is looking for a carry or competition gun.
Tyrant Designs has made a splash with a variety of firearm components over the years, but is their gear up to snuff? We took a collection of their Glock accessories out to the range for a thorough once-over.
Charlie Perez has been involved in practical shooting for years. He's competed in USPSA, IDPA, and Steel Challenge and enjoys every aspect of competitive shooting. He placed 12th at USPSA Limited Nationals this year and shares what he plans to shoot next year in this episode!
HK’s VP9 pistol is one of the most popular full-sized firearms on the market today, but is everything peachy keen after 6,000 rounds? We break down our long-term VP9 experience.
Episode 88: Ryan Gresham, President of Gun Talk Media & Kevin Jarnagin, Content Producer at Gun Talk
On this exclusive Reticle Up Podcast, I sat down with the show creators and one of my judges and talked about how this show even came about. This episode will take you behind the scenes to give you a little idea of what goes into making a TV show like Build Box.
Luke Faust is a USPSA Production Master Class shooter who has invested quite a bit of time and energy into shooting. He is passionate about the future of USPSA, so much so that he is running for Area 3 Director. In this episode, we dive into what he's looking to change if he were elected to the Board of Directors.
Episode 86: Mason and Kaylee Lane, USPSA Competitive Shooters, Firearms Instructors & 2A Ambassadors
Mason and Kaylee Lane are a power couple competing, training, and shooting together. Mason is a 3 Time National Champion who has grown up shooting professionally. Kaylee got started in Steel Challenge and USPSA, and enjoys competing in both iron-sighted and optic divisions.
Kolby Pavlock, a Rimfire World Champion, and Grand Master level competition shooter, joins me to talk about his shooting career and his move to work with Volquartsen Firearms.
Nicholas Chan started from the ground up in the firearms industry. He put in years of hard work, and when the opportunity presented itself to do more, he jumped at the chance!