Gunivore: All Things Guns.

Welcome to Gunivore. Anything to do with guns, we’re all over it. We devour guns and gun content like the Gunivore’s we are. Our goal is to educate the consumer, soldier or everyday person on the street all about weapons. Whether that’s explaining how they work, why they’re made a certain way or why certain organizations prefer to use them – we’ll cover it.

Our varied list of features and sections includes accessories, ammunition, compact, custom finishes, gloves, gun safety, holsters, knives, pistols, rifles, shotguns, sights, SMG, subcompact, gun news, Glock, SIG Sauer, Mossberg, Remington, Ruger, FN Herstal, Kel-Tec, Benelli, and more! Our talented team of staff and writers stays on top of all of the latest gun developments for the sake of keeping our readers as informed as possible. This means that in addition to reviews of everyone’s favorite guns, you’ll get vital information and up-to-the-minute gun updates.

Most of our staff have been friends since childhood and grew up learning about the importance of personal defense, gun safety, and patriotism. At Gunivore we proudly support our law enforcement and armed forces who put their lives on the line to protect honest citizens every day. We are proud, gun-toting Americans and strong second amendment advocates. We take these words at face value:

A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the People to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.

Every proud American with a patriotic head on his shoulders has the right to defend his family. Every one of those proud, gun-toting Americans also has the right to the receive the best possible gun information and news, and that’s exactly what they’ll get here at Gunivore.

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  1. Can anyone give me the history of a Benelli Dynamic limited edition Shotgun. Beautiful limited edition shotgun gun which could be purchased in either 12 or 20 guage

  2. I’m unable to find: 1. The differences in: the 100, 200, and 300 grades of CMMG rifles in 7.62×39,
    300 Creedmore, and .308 calibers.
    2. Is the MK47 Mutant a pistol only ?
    3. Why do CMMG and most other firearm manufacturers advertise and promote their products as if they have mile long trains full of all their products but in fact are SOLD OUT !?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?
    What is the best 7.62×39 ammo without the sticky stuff on the shell or mfg’d with brass shells
    in both hollow point or armor piercing ?
    Does CMMG offer anything in 10 mm to compete with Criss or other Mfr’s
    Thanks for your forum. {:o|

    1. Hi there,
      1. The differences between the 100-300 series are minute and it’s all relevant to your preferences. CMMG has a compare tool so you can see the 100 vs 200 vs 300 side by side.
      2. CMMG does offer the MK47 in rifles like the Resolute series.
      3. I understand the frustration. With shortages all over the place I think they are just trying to stay relevant and hope you will pre-order or keep them in mind.
      It’s not so easy to find that type of ammo but you can check out Golden Bear for brass plated HP rounds.
      The closest round they have to 10mm is probably their .40S&W firearms

  3. Any thoughts on Iron Horse Firearms? I’m considering purchasing their new BLACKWATER-collaboration reciever and would like to know where their build quality sits among the competition. Thanks!

    (Your post reviewing Faxon was very helpful -I plan to buy their ARAK upper later this year.)

    1. Hello sir, thank you for reaching out and sharing your kind words. Unfortunately, I haven’t had the chance the review Iron Horse so I really don’t know much about their products.

  4. Astonished to find no review of the compact S&W Shield series in your otherwise extensive and well- done reviews. For the .45 devotee, the .45 Shield is an exceptionally lucid CCW choice. if it because someone hasn’t offered to write one, feel free to contact me. I’ve carried mine almost daily since they hit the stores, a welcome improvement in concealability and portability after years of 1911 and HK USP Compact carry. Wrap some Hogue grips around that rascal for optimal palm fill, add Trijicon sights for max viz and you’ve got yourself a superb carry piece that will do it’s duty through all of the rounds you can afford to feed it. I’d put it against any compact firearm on the market today.

    1. Hi Mike, thank you so much for letting us know. My brother owns one so I’ll give it a go and hopefully get a review up shortly!

  5. Where can I buy the mag release lever I have a gen 1 mod 17 have used it around 15 + years (cleveland police) retired 41 yrs still have to qualify each year, having trouble releasing mag this would be great help this is not my cow weapon

    1. Hi Ken,
      We currently don’t distribute any merchandise, but glockstore.com is usually the best place to find Glock parts and accessories.
      Good luck and thank you for your service!

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