WHAT MAKES A GOOD HANDGUN [FOR ME]?
What type of things help you determine whether or not a gun design [specifically a handgun] is a quality firearm? For me the criteria are pretty simple. What am I going to be using it for? Is it a bug-out or fighting pistol? Is it something that [...]Continue Reading →
I’ll have a full post up tonight with the Heizer Defense DoubleTap designer, Ray Kohout. But for now I wanted to give you a quick look at this little carry pistol which comes in both .45 ACP and 9mm.
The DoubleTap will start at $500 for the aluminum frame and [...]Continue Reading →
The micro compact pistol models continuing to rage out of the manufacturers factories don’t show any signs of slowing down in the near future. First it was the .380 autos that started (or re-started really) the pocket pistol avalanche and since the 9mm guns have followed. In just the past year we’ve seen the big [...]Continue Reading →
Gun Review – Ruger Single Ten Full Review
As seriously as I take safety, I try to have a good sense of humor when it comes to shooting (basically trying to say that gun safety isn’t a joke, but shooting should be fun). Friendly competition is always welcome, shrugging off getting outshot by [...]Continue Reading →
A month ago at the gun show I got my first glimpse of the modified version of the popular Bersa Thunder 380. The “CC” in this one stands for Concealed Carry which this gun appears to be a very viable option for.
Upon first glance I was worried that Bersa had forsaken [...]Continue Reading →
As long as it’s not a random wildcat caliber, you can find a snap cap for whatever gun you want to practice with. Never heard of “SNAP CAPS?” Well, please allow me to introduce you:
“Mr./Mrs. Shooter, meet Snap Caps. Snap Caps, meet Mr./Mrs. Shooter.”
There you go, you’ve been introduced now we can get [...]Continue Reading →
For years and years the Ruger Single Six has been the epitome of .22 Long Rifle plinking with a cowboy style pistol. It’s single action design makes for easy, fun, and accurate shooting for shooters of all ages. there is almost nofept recoil and it made the shooter feel like he really [...]Continue Reading →
Wheel guns are for old men! Right? Come on now, that’s not very nice! If you’re new-ish to shooting the odds are you’re not too familiar with the terminological and practical differences between a REVOLVER and a PISTOL, or Auto/Semi-Auto handgun. The functional difference is simple, and I’ll seek to make the [...]Continue Reading →
Gun Review – Ruger LC9 FULL Review
Well, I think we’ve been speculating on this gun review long enough! Our dreams finally became a reality when we picked up our LC9 at the FFL on Wednesday afternoon and quickly made plans to get out and shoot it for a full gun review [...]Continue Reading →