The Glock 19 is my baby, even when i’m carrying a different gun my Glock 19 is somewhere around. I have as close a connection to my Glock 19 as a anyone can have to a combination of plastic and metal without living in a padded room with a best friend named Mr. Wilson who constantly gets his ass kicked.
Here’s the thing, as much as I love my Glock 19 I have a sick and twisted desire to see it knocked off its throne. The way I see it, the M&P series of handguns is in the perfect position to do that but Smith & Wesson keeps trying to pass off that step child of a gun the M&Pc as their answer to the Glock 19. READ MORE
This Sunday I made a guest appearance on Guns Over Texas Radio Show. Suffice it to say I had a blast. I have never done radio before so I was a little out of my element, but I had a good time none the less. We talked about pretty much everything from MILF’s to the new Chris Costa M&P. It is a two hour show so if you’re anything like me you’ll just let play in the background while you’re doing stuff.
I decided to have a talk with Doug at ATEi about this M&P that sold out in minutes, withstanding a $1500 price tag. Initially, I wondered whether paying $1500 for what was essentially a tricked out M&P made any sense. It’s so much easier being a hater, unfortunately, Doug decided he wanted to make a lot of sense during our conversation and I have to say if you had $1500 to spend you would not be a dumb ass for buying this M&P. READ MORE
I really wish I came up with the concept of Gun Culture 2.0 alluding to the new face of the gun community. To be frank, I hate the fact I did not write this article, but this article does a much better job then I ever could of explaining the new generation of gun owners.
I have been saying for some time now that the gun community is so much more diverse than anyone could have ever imagined and the backwoods I hate everyone who don’t look like me stereotype is quickly being overshadowed by smorgasbord of responsible, educated, passionate gun lovers.
The gun community is now a viable market and that comes with good and bad, but one thing is clear, the face of the gun community now looks like you and me and him and her. Guns became so taboo that now it’s cool, but one theme stays consistent throughout, “the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed. READ MORE
I’ve always liked the idea of an SBR #OperatorLife. More specifically, I am obsessed with wield-ability when it comes to rifles. I can’t think of a better feeling than a rifle that in your hands wields perfectly, especially when I am doing high risk entries in the Hamptons #Sarcasm. I tend to liken wield-ability to traction control on a sports car.
I think the Chris Costa ATEi M&P 9 Mashup is an Awesome looking handgun. I would not mind if all polymer guns started going in this direction as far as aesthetics go. But sweet baby Jesus, $1500 for an M&P? You can barely resale a lightly used M&P for $400 dollars these days.
I love the the M&P series pistols. Currently, I am trying to find myself (The Gunner version). I have been a long time Glock Fanboy but I have been cheating on my Glocks with the M&P and now I am torn. The M&P is an excellent platform and improves on a lot of the things Glocks do decently but could do better. This ATEi/Costa mashup is sexy, but $1500 sexy? READ MORE
There is Nothing sexier then good videography, Guns and random pieces of food and soda being slowly destroyed by bullets. ok, maybe there are some things sexier, they usually have breast and smell better than I do. I envy the production in this video and I hope the creator makes more. In the mean time enjoy. READ MORE
I’ve never really been a huge fan of super modified guns, they always tend to look, too modified. This mashup is no exception. ATEi teamed up with Chris Costa to produce this “too modified” Smith & Wesson M&P9. There is so much going with this gun I don’t know where to begin, so I won’t. Here is what I will say, ” This gun looks nice, real nice”. Actually, “cool” would be a better word to describe this gun.
I have to confess, I could do without the “COSTA” plastered on the slide of the gun. Don’t get me wrong, I think Costa is the S**t, but I don’t need to be reminded of it every time I pick up my gun. I understand the branding implications but I could do without it. READ MORE