Smith & Wesson Resurrects Model 19: ‘It’s your dad’s gun, but with better engineering’ by JORDAN MICHAELS

The classic law enforcement favorite is back! Smith & Wesson’s iconic Model 19 is back, and it looks like it could be better than ever. It’s been nearly two decades since the company stopped producing the 357 Magnum revolver, but they’ve responded to customer demand and made some improvements on the old design. Company reps … Continue reading “Smith & Wesson Resurrects Model 19: ‘It’s your dad’s gun, but with better engineering’ by JORDAN MICHAELS”

Marine Corps short 6 infantry battalions, Navy short 100 ships, this new strength index says Philip Athey

Marine Lance Cpl. Tyler Pearson watches his sector of fire during an amphibious assault on Kings Beach in Bowen, Queensland, Australia, during Exercise Talisman Saber 2019. (Sgt. 1st Class Whitney C. Houston/Army)   The Navy and Marine Corps are only “marginally” capable of meeting America’s national security needs, according to a new scorecard from The Heritage … Continue reading “Marine Corps short 6 infantry battalions, Navy short 100 ships, this new strength index says Philip Athey”