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Next Post Coming Soon…▶ If you’ve ever shot a pistol with a “gas pedal” or thumb ledge, you know the improvement it makes in controllability and quicker follow-up shots. The downside, of course, is that you’re pretty much screwed when it comes to holsters, especially for everyday carry. Now comesRead More →

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Next Post Coming Soon…▶ From Beretta . . . Beretta is excited to unleash the 92XI Squalo – a pistol that embodies power, precision, and a relentless pursuit of excellence. “Squalo”, which means shark in Italian, served as inspiration to the design referencing the sleek and formidable nature of the shark, thisRead More →

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HB4116 Next Post Coming Soon…▶ I make a habit of counting the number of reloads I make by keeping a tally of primer and bullet boxes. I’m not a hoarder and I don’t keep them, but I am detailed in my process. I reached an interesting number the other day.Read More →

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Next Post Coming Soon…▶ Now there’s something you don’t see every day. Langdon Tactical has taken one of Beretta’s popular little pocket pistols, the .32 ACP Tomcat, and customized it. They’ve given the trigger a fluff and buff, added a threaded barrel, Cerakoted it and cut the slide for anRead More →

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Next Post Coming Soon…▶ It’s easy to say, “Ho hum, another polymer-framed 9mm striker-fired pistol.” We live in a golden age of well made, reliable 9mm handguns and after a while, they all start to look the same. But there’s more to the Springfield Echelon than meets the eye. I’mRead More →

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GSL Defense Training Image by Jeff Schwarm Next Post Coming Soon…▶ “This is fun!” That’s how one of GSL Defense Training’s new instructors described her first time volunteering at one of the nation’s longest-running NRA Youth Shooting Camps in Bloomington this past weekend. GSL Defense Training image by Jeff SchwarmRead More →

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By Hmaag via Wikimedia Commons Next Post Coming Soon…▶ By Bud Harton I became a cop in the spring of 1969 after returning home from Vietnam. It’s hard to imagine now, but returning Vietnam veterans weren’t really appreciated by the American public at the time. I quickly learned that IRead More →

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Next Post Coming Soon…▶ Some gun owners claim manual safeties are a bad, bad thing, a dangerous hindrance. Others consider manual safeties a necessary for responsible carry. It’s an old argument and these days, some anti-gun journalists (yes, that’s redundant) criticize gun makers for making pistols without external safeties. It’sRead More →

It's Still Perfectly Legal to Build Your Own Handgun...And You Should

Next Post Coming Soon…▶ By Lee Williams Americans have been making guns in their homes since before there was a United States of America – but not this American. My gun-building history was nonexistent. I’ve replaced some furniture and muzzle devices on a few AKs, but that’s about it. So,Read More →