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Sig 226 Long-Term Review

The Sig Saur 226 has become the preferred sidearm of many law enforcement departments and civilians alike in recent years. I have been carrying the 226 for several years now and have fired thousands of rounds with it without a single issue. SPECS   Caliber                            9mm (.357Sig & .40cal also available) Length                            7.70 inches Height                            5.5 inches Width                             1.5 inches ...

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380 Showdown

In today’s world of concealed carry and subcompacts the old reliable .380 is making a big comeback. The .380 offers enough power to thwart off an attacker while still maintaining easy concealment and control. Recently the opportunity arose to put two popular .380 models to a head to head challenge. The Kel-Tec P3AT vs. the Sig Saur P238. Before we ...

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Smith & Wesson Sw9VE Review

Smith & Wesson has been a staple of the firearms world for generations and nowhere close to being a new kid on the block. When I think of Smith & Wesson I automatically think of revolvers. What about the semi-autos that S&W produce? To start off with, here’s the specs on the SW9VE: Frame             Polymer Slide                Stainless Steel Caliber            9mm ...

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Review: Clerke 1st

If you don’t recognize the Clerke 1st pistol don’t feel like the Lone Ranger.  Manufactured by Clerke Technicorp in Santa Monica California in the early 1970’s, it is not a widely recognized gun or manufacturer for that matter. This particular Clerke is chambered in .22 Long Rifle, wears chrome plating and plastic grips. One of the things that would have ...

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Kel-Tec P3AT Review

The Kel-Tec P3AT in .380 has been on the market for a little while. The first thing you notice about it is the size. The P3AT is easily concealed in most any clothing. And the black finish helps to camouflage it further. I recently took a brand new in the box to the range with me to help educate a ...

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PARA C7 LDA .45 Review

Para-Ordnance 45 LDA is one of the few pistols that I ever shot that actually impressed me on the first pull of the trigger. For those of you not familiar with such guns, the LDA stands for, Light Double Action. If you automatically think of the old double action wheel guns that takes one hand to hold the gun while ...

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Lee Load-All

  If you’re anything like me, you’ll look for ways to save some money on you’re shooting hobbies so you can do more of it, more of the time. One thing that I’ve done to save some dough for years now is reloading. I’ve been reloading centerfire cartridges since about 1990 and shotgun for the last 2 years. I had ...

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SIG P238 Copperhead

The options in the sub-compact category have been growing leaps and bounds in recent years. Sig Saur Introduced the P238 back in 2009 with many variations in production today. The Copperhead Features gold inlay of its name on the side of the slide and of the snake on the top. The P238 is slim and light-weight for easy handling and ...

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New Range Box

Have you ever desired a quicker and better way to get your gear from your truck to the firing line? The old stand by G.I. ammo can has been a staple of shooters for decades. As reliable as they are their size limits the capacity and multiplies the number of trips to get all of your supplies. For quite some ...

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