Month: April 2018

The TOR Micro Laser Steiner eOptics now offers two new pistol-aiming lasers– the TOR Micro and TOR Mini. These rail-mounted lasers specifically designed for pistols and small enough to fit inside the majority of all commercially produced holsters on the market. The TOR Micro Laser mounted. Both the TOR Mini and TOR Micro feature rugged
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Kahr’s CT380 gets an updated grip and a new Cerakote finish, making a great carry gun even better. Justin Moon has a habit of being in the right place at the right time. In the 1980s he was working for a company manufacturing precision CNC machining equipment, technology that completely changed manufacturing processes (including firearms
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by Jeff Chudwin The Colt Cobra As a young police officer, my introduction to the short-barrel, double-action revolver came when a salty field training officer bent down and pulled up his pant leg, revealing a blue steel revolver strapped in a black holster over his white sock. “Kid, get yourself a snub .38 as a
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The Kahr S9 Okay, a philosophical question: Is there such a thing as an everyday carry pistol that is too small, too light and too easy to shoot? The last one, absolutely not. But the other two, now they are matters of opinion. I feel it is possible to get an everyday carry pistol that
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SIG Sauer P220 Hunter 10mm Auto Earlier this year we needed a 10mm pistol to use on “Handguns & Defensive Weapons” television, and I turned to SIG Sauer’s P220 Hunter, a 2015 addition to the company’s stable of P220 variants. Unlike the rest of its stablemates, the P220 Hunter is a single-action-only semiautomatic. As the
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Springfield’s Range Officer Elite Compact 9mm is one gun that can do it all. For a long time the 1911 universe was pretty easy: You bought or built a full-featured, full-size pistol for competition. Then you bought a plain-Jane beater for daily carry. The competition gun was tricked out with all the features. It was
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