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Remington’s New RP9: Dud or Stud?

Remington RP9 review

Several different gun reviewers have spent some range time with Remington’s new RP9 striker-fired 9mm pistol and it looks like Remington may have another problem. Military Arms Channel ran into feeding problems about a 1/4 way into this video review and they seem to get worse as the review continues. Remington had to recall and redesign the R51 after it ...

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Cat & Whitney Potgeter: Defensive Shooting Techniques

NRA-certified instructors Cat and Whitney Potgeter introduce three defensive shooting techniques that could be utilized during a life-threatening encounter. These techniques are: point shooting, flash sight picture and sight shooting. Each has its own benefits and drawbacks, but the one you choose depends on the time available, the distance to your target and the accuracy needed to resolve the situation. ...

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Hickok45 Reviews the Remington RM380

After the catastrophe Remington suffered with the failed release, recall and re-engineering of the R51, it’s uncertain how the gun community will react to their new .380 pistol. Hickok45 takes a shot (see what I did there) at informing gun nuts about the new pocket pistol from Remington.

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Why a revolver could have saved them…

The stories are numerous. People who intended to defend themselves found their firearm’s reliability lacking at precisely the moment they needed it – a revolver might have saved them. The argument against wheel-guns (revolvers) is two-fold and wrong – on both counts. First, many question the ammo capacity of revolvers. Revolvers tend to hold between 5 and 6 rounds with a few high-end ...

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Gunsmithing – How to Repair a Slow Timed S&W Revolver

timing a S&W revolver

A slow timed revolver is one that fails to bring the chamber completely into alignment as the gun comes to battery. In this GunTec presentation Larry Potterfield, Founder and CEO of MidwayUSA, details how to fix the timing on a slow timed revolver. Typically, slow timing is caused by the hand not fully engaging the teeth of the ratchet on ...

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