Thursday, April 8, 2021




The P365 redefined what a concealed-carry pistol should be. Now, the new P365 XL ROMEOZERO is doing it again. The perfect balance of micro-compact concealability with full-size shootability, the P365 XL ROMEOZERO packs 12 + 1 or available 15 + 1 capacity in a micro-compact, highly concealable size. Sight radius is improved with an extended 3.7” slide and barrel, and the new 365 XSeries grip module ensures a more comfortable grip and boasts an integrated magwell.

These features, along with the signature XSeries flat trigger, all come standard with a ROMEOZERO 3 MOA optic installed and ready to go right out of the box. The P365XL ROMEOZERO maintains the crisp, clean P365 trigger pull that compliments the inherent accuracy improvement of a red dot-equipped pistol. Never has so much versatility and capability been squeezed into such a perfectly concealable size.

*Includes patented optic cut technology designed by ZEV Technologies. Patent number: RE47335


Check out this video review by Gun Talk Media HERE.


Tuesday, April 6, 2021




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Utah Goldbacks

What is a Goldback Anyway?

A Goldback is a voluntary, non-dollar, complementary currency. Goldbacks are gold foil notes that are crafted with.999 fine gold paint on Aurum, a plastic film designed to hold the gold paint and be durable. The Aurum covering adds an extra level of protection so that the gold foil notes can be easily held and admired. Goldbacks each carry a specific, labeled gold weight, and feature a variety of stunning designs. 

Considered the first local, voluntary currency to be made of spendable, beautiful, physical gold, Goldbacks would make a unique addition to any collection, especially for those who prize intricate designs rendered in gold.  

Why are Goldbacks Created?

 Once upon a time, the United States relied upon both silver and gold coinage, as well as gold notes and silver certificates, as circulating currency to satisfy the needs of commerce. These paper notes were redeemable for gold and silver coins with the United States Treasury. Through the 20th Century, circulating precious metals-based coins and notes were replaced by non-precious metals coinage and Federal Reserve Notes.

The Utah Goldback and the Nevada Goldback are an attempt to legally allow the circulation of gold-backed currencies in states where this has been made allowable through legislation. Goldbacks are often referred to as voluntary local currency.

Regardless if any businesses near you accept them or not, from a collector’s perspective, Goldbacks can almost be seen as works of art immortalized in .999 fine gold. Each design is laden with patriotic symbolism and each note explicitly states the amount of gold it contains.


Utah Goldback Designs      

 1 Goldback note: contains 1/1000th oz. of gold and features a Native American representation of Prudence, who is depicted with elements common to the Native American tribes within the state of Utah: the Ute, Paiute, Navajo, Iroquois, and Goshute tribes. She symbolizes prudence or being wise in practical affairs, one of the Four Cardinal Virtues.

 5 Goldback note: contains 1/200th oz. of gold and features another depiction of Prudence, this time bearing the light of truth for others. She holds scriptures and a Westward pointing compass honoring early faith-motivated Utah settlers.

 10 Goldback note: contains 1/100th oz. of gold and features a blindfolded Prudence holding the sword of Justice and the Scale of Balance.

 25 Goldback note: contains 1/40th oz. of gold and features a symbolic Victory allegory represented by a suffragette, marking Utah’s role in voting rights.

 50 Goldback note: contains 1/20th oz. of gold and features a depiction of Liberty holding the torch of enlightenment and a chalice representing Christian hope, again harkening back to Utah’s early settlers.

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We currently have a stack of these Utah Goldbacks on our website shop.
order online HERE or stop by the shop for a better deal.