The 870 Covert-12 is 27.5" long with a 8.5" barrel, and is the smallest and most portable 12 ga you will find. The dimensions make it far easier to keep with you than even a stock tac-14 weapon. And it is just as legal as any other firearm. Read more →

CNC Machined in the USA of bar stock steel - Matte finished black ((Unlike other aluminum units on the market) Uses any sights made for Glock (sights not included) Sights can be zeroed independent of the red dot for true co-witnessing (Unlike other units on the market) Secured with precise cut dovetail slide cover plate - Includes rear slide cover plate, L-mount Can detail strip slide without removing the mount (Unlike other units on the market) Accepts any red dot sight (Unlike other units on the market) Optimal mounting height for suppressors - Compatible with most holsters. Fits all Glocks 9mm/40/357 SIG/45 ACP and 10MM (no 36, 42, and 43 models). AND UNLIKE OTHER UNITS ON THE MARKET - ONLY $79.99 L-Mount Version 2.0 from Suarez International on Vimeo. NOTE: L-MOUNTS ARE IN USE WITH BRITISH SBS OPERATORS, AND OTHER SPECIAL UNITS IN EUROPE Read more →

Although the Glock (and its emulative systems such as the M&P and CZ P-10) tend to be the dominant pistols in the market, I am aware that not everyone selects or prefers it. I recently had a consulting contract where the shooters were using the SIG P226 (don't ask). And I have seen more and more police special units select that type of weapon, notably the CZ-75 and CZ P07. Is the DA pistol making a comeback? Maybe. Let's examine why that might be. And no...I am not going to sell all my Glocks. You are the weapon...your pistol is only a tool. And nobody says you can't have several tools. My first police semi-auto was a SIG P-226 way back in 1988. I shot Distinguished Expert with it and carried it for years. Later when the 3rd generation S&W was selected by the agency I worked with, I used that. It was like a rough Beretta 92. I took that weapon to Gunsite in 1990 and not only shot the top score in the class but won the shoot... Read more →