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  • Handguns

    by Published on 08-24-2011 11:20 AM
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    Video by:CountDown1984

    The Taurus 24/7 G2 is the newest version of Taurus's 24/7 series. It takes the best features from the PT800 series, the 24/7 series, and the 24/7 OSS. The G2 or "Generation Two" 24/7 is a polymer framed, striker fired, pistol with "Strike Two" capability, which means ...
    by Published on 08-19-2011 07:19 PM
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    Beretta is going to be introducing a new sub-compact 9mm pistol later on this year, the Nano. "Sub-Compact" is kind of misleading, it's more of a "Micro-Compact" or "Pocket Pistol". This will be Beretta's first striker fired pistol design and set to go up against competition like the Ruger LC9 and others. I can't really tell you how I feel about the design as I haven't had a chance to handle or fire one, I'm partial to Beretta's hammer fired designs like my ...
    by Published on 08-03-2011 06:38 PM
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    Not everyone can afford a high-end handgun, in this article we'll explore some inexpensive handgun options. Sure you could buy a used high-end handgun for a decent price, but what if you want an affordable brand new gun? Fortunately there are some firearm manufacturers out there, (including some well known companies as you'll soon find out), that market affordable, reliable handguns for those of us who can't afford top of the line models. A lot of these guns are looked down upon by so called "gun snobs", because after all, if it didn't cost more than you make in a month how can it be a good gun? Yes, you'll hear horror stories about some of the guns I'll present here from this person, or that person, that heard it from another person, but the fact is most of those malfunction stories come from misuse or mistreatment of the gun in question. Heck, a lot of these cheaper guns have been known to out perform their more expensive counterparts. I'm not going to say any gun is perfect, a gun is a machine, and any machine with moving parts can malfunction. I'm simply saying those of us on a budget can still enjoy handguns, a reasonably priced gun is better than no gun at all. Find a balance, buy what you can afford, use what you feel comfortable with. To the guns!

    BERSA

    http://www.bersa.com/
    Bersa handguns are made in Argentina. Founded in the 1950's by a trio of Italian engineers, Bersa is known for their affordable, reliable handguns. They are imported to the US by Eagle Imports Inc. Bersa guns come with an "original owner only" lifetime warranty.

    Bersa Thunder .380


    The Thunder 380, Bersa’s best selling model, is a Walther PPK clone, it offers numerous valued features – accuracy, reliability and versatility in a lightweight, compact design. Features an Alloy Frame and Steel Slide.

    Caliber: .380 ACP
    Action: Hammer fired,
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    by Published on 06-23-2011 03:39 AM



    Some people prefer a revolver for concealed carry over an automatic pistol. Overall a revolver is less prone to malfunction than an auto, although some revolvers lack the ammo capacity of an auto and they may weigh a little more. I'll say again: It all depends on what type of firearm you are comfortable with using and carrying. A lot of manufacturers have been producing revolvers specifically for the concealed carry market. These are usually small, lightweight, short barreled, and feature a hammerless or low-profile hammer design for an unhindered draw and comfortable carry. They're are many options out there. In this installment we'll take a look at a few of them.

    Once again....the disclaimer!: Ignorance of the law is no excuse, no matter how wrong those laws might seem, they're still laws, breaking those laws reflects badly on all responsible gun owners. So be sure to check local ordinances and state concealed carry laws. Most states require a license for concealed carry while some forbid it entirely. Some cities and towns have local laws against the carry of a firearm into or near certain properties. When traveling with a concealed firearm it is also important to check if the state or area you are traveling to recognizes your CCW license, this is called "Reciprocity". Here are some excellent websites that contain everything you need to know about concealed carry licensing, laws, products, and reciprocity:
    www.carryconcealed.net
    www.usconcealedcarry.com
    www.usacarry.com ...
    by Published on 06-19-2011 03:36 PM
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    Ruger has introduced a new revolver to their popular Single-Six series, the New Single-Ten! That's right, it has a ten shot .22lr cylinder! The Single-Ten features stainless steel construction throughout the gun, hardwood gunfighter style grips, and adjustable Williams fiber optic sights.

    Ruger Single-Ten ...
    by Published on 06-19-2011 02:13 PM
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    In the last installment we discussed concealed carry pistols, in this installment of concealed carry options, we're going to take a look at some concealed carry holsters. Usually available in leather ,nylon, or composite. If you're going to conceal carry correctly you're going to need one. It's all a matter of finding the one that fits your gun and that you're comfortable with wearing and using. Hopefully this article will help you make the right choice.

    Here's some concealed carry terms and their meanings:

    Imprinting: Imprinting is a visible outline of the gun under concealment, you don't want this, it defeats the whole purpose of concealed carry.

    Cant: The cant of a holster is the angle at which the gun is carried and drawn.

    Retention: Retention refers to the capacity of a holster to secure your gun and keep it from slipping out or moving around.

    Carry Position: Carry positions for belt holsters are usually
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    by Published on 06-12-2011 04:35 PM
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    In this article we'll take a look at some smaller framed automatic pistols. Their smaller size allows easier concealment for discreet concealed carry. They also weigh less and are more comfortable to carry than full-sized pistols for some people. You've got your Compacts, they're smaller and easier to conceal than a full-sized pistol but still offer reasonable grip space ,barrel length, and magazine capacity. Next you have the Subcompacts, they're smaller still, with little grip space (although some do have grip extensions for users with larger hands), short barrels, and usually, but not always, single digit magazine capacity. But they're super concealable. Lastly you have the Pocket Pistols. These are so small they can fit in the palm of your hand and can be concealed in a pocket. Which one should you choose? It's really a matter of personal preference, and what you're comfortable with. Having confidence in the make, model, caliber and capacity of your carry firearm is important.

    First and foremost, Ignorance of the law is no excuse, no matter how wrong those laws might seem, they're still laws, breaking those laws reflects badly on all responsible gun owners. So be sure to check local ordinances and state concealed carry laws. Most states require a license for concealed carry while some forbid it entirely. Some cities and towns have local laws against the carry of a firearm into or near certain properties. When traveling with a concealed firearm it is also important to check if the state or area you are traveling to recognizes your CCW license, this is called "Reciprocity". Here are some excellent websites that contain everything you need to
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    by Published on 05-27-2011 04:00 AM
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    Video by: GunWebsites

    The M&P 22 is Smith & Wesson's 2011 addition to their popular Military and Police (M&P) series of pistols. Walther designed the M&P 22. Walther is a German subsidiary of S&W, and the designer of the P22 pistol. On the outside the M&P 22 has all the ergonomics and features of the center-fire M&P pistols in 9mm, .40 S&W, and .357Sig., the only difference is the non-removable back-strap on the M&P 22 and it's standard
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