Why Glock Dominates the Handgun Market (And Better than Sig Sauer and Beretta)

The story of the Glock is simply amazing. 

by Kyle Mizokami (The National Interest)

In the intervening thirty-five years, the Glock has become the dominant handgun in a crowded field of competitors. Despite stiff competition from countries emulating his polymer design, Glock 17 handguns serve with such diverse forces as the British Armed Forces, the Swedish Armed Forces, Indian special forces, the Iraqi military, the Israeli Defense Forces and the Yemeni military.Continues

Warner Bros. boss confirms the DCEU is over as we know it, thanks to ‘Wonder Woman’

Wonder Woman strikes down the DCEU (credit: Warner Brothers)

By Sam Ashurst, Contributor (Yahoo Movies UK)

It’s official, the DCEU is dead, with Warner Bros’ chief Kevin Tsujihara confirming the studio has moved away from the idea of a connected universe for its DC superhero properties – otherwise known as the DC Extended Universe.… Continues

Not an F-35, But Still Deadly: Don’t Laugh at Iran’s Jet Fighters

Much like China’s ability to produce aircraft carriers or India’s ability to detonate nuclear weapons, the United States has seen time and again what happens when an opponent is underestimated.

by Task and Purpose (The National Interest)

Iran has touted its allegedly homegrown ‘Kowsar’ jet fighter, finally unveiled to the public on Tuesday, as a new contender in the arena of air-to-air combat.… Continues

Millennials are Killing the US Beer Industry – Their Next Victim is Heineken

Heineken is just the latest beer company pushed to the brink by changing drinking habits among US millennials. | Source: Shutterstock

By Jimmy Aki (CCN)

Heineken USA, the American division of Dutch global beverage manufacturer Heineken International – the world’s second-largest brewer – is gearing up for a business restructuringthat will involve cutting 15 percent of its total workforce.… Continues