If your agency is currently using the Taser M26, you might want to click on this link.Read More »
Homeland Security Director Tom Ridge Against Arming Pilots.
This one comes in from USA Today. It appears that Homeland Security Director Tom Ridge trusts commercial pilots with the controls of commercial passenger jets, but not with handguns. Don’t ask us to explain the logic. Click here to go to the story.Read More »
Announcement: NLETA Offers Free E-Mail Newsletter.
The following is an announcement submitted by NLETA director Bryan Cox, who is one of our members: "The National Law Enforcement Trainers Association has launched thier free E-mail Newsletter. You do not have to be a member of the NLETA to sign up to receive law enforcement training announcements, articles, product reviews and other items of interest to law enforcement …Read More »
Back from Shot Show 2002!
O.k. folks, we’re back. We’ve got lots of stuff to tell you all about over the next few weeks. We’ll fill you in on all the latest guns and gear, starting this weekend. So, stick around, and get ready for some serious high-speed/low-drag equipment for your combat team, tactical team, or weapons locker.Read More »
Shot Show 2002 in Las Vegas.
Well, guys, I’m off to the show! DefRev will be dormant for a few days while I get into all kinds of trouble in Sin City with my fellow firearms industry brethren. But, don’t worry, when I get back, I’m sure I’ll have lots of cool new cutting-edge stuff to talk about. That’s what makes DefRev a great place to …Read More »
Armed Students Save Lives by Stopping Bloody Rampage in its Tracks.
Here’s a very interesting story, from Newsmax.com, on last week’s "school shooting" incident at Appalachian School of Law, perpetrated by Nigerian student Peter Odighizuwa. Apparently he was stopped early in his bloody rampage by fellow students who quickly armed themselves after the shooting started. Click here to go right to the story.Read More »
Merry Christmas and God Bless to All of Our Members and Visitors.
We at DefRev just wanted to thank all of our members and visitors(that’s right, even the lurkers) for supporting us since we started up this year. We’ve tried to make DefenseReview.com as good a resource as we can for gun guys interested in the latest firearms/small arms and firearm-related equipment. We really appreciate all the support we’ve received. We very …Read More »
Ballistic Fashion in Afghanistan.
Stephen Hunter has written a sort of shockingly gung-ho and entertaining article(gung-ho for a Washington Post writer, at least) with regards to small arms. It deals with infantry weaponry, and it’s worth reading. The article does contains one error regarding the caliber of the Russian PPSh-41 submachine gun, which, for the record, is 7.62x25mm, not 9mm(as the article states). Click …Read More »
Attack on America: Letter from the Editor
We would like to thank our members and visitors for your continued patience. Defense Review will have new content very shortly. The events and effects of September 11th are, frankly, all that matter to us at the moment, and have therefore caused further delays. This is, hands down, the worst tragedy this country has ever suffered at the hands of …Read More »
Gay Firearm Group Gets with the Program, and Loads Up
Got a real chuckle out of this one. It must be giving the liberals heart attacks. Something like this must scare them out of their socks. Click here for the story. Funny stuff, and well worth reading.Read More »