Smith & Wesson
Smith & Wesson's M&P .40: A Modern Contender
As we all know, Smith & Wesson has been a staple in the American firearm industry since the late 1850s, producing weapons for civilians, LEO, and Military alike. Their reputation for making innovated and excellent whe ...
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The 92fs, An Iconic Classic
The 92fs, An Iconic Classic
Let's start with a little history. Since it's introduction as the "92" in 1975, where it shattered the world's standards as a multi-purpose firearm, Beretta's most popular series of pistol has been used by over ...
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Mauser
Mauser's last pistol: The sophisticated yet simple HSc
You may know Mauser's excellent and enduring bolt-action rifles (or at least their properties which have been copied worldwide since the 1880s), but their pistols are less known. Further, their elegant "Hahn Selbstsp ...
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This Week
This Week's Most Popular Threads: Week of September 27, 2015
Happy Friday, FirearmsTalk.com!Welcome to the end of the workweek! You've all been busyposting on the forum, and now is your chance to see what everyone else istalking about.Check out this week's most popular threads belo ...
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Old West snub nose: The Colt Avenger
Old West snub nose: The Colt Avenger
Never a factory option, the "Mormon Avenger" was a style of heavily modified single-action percussion revolver that appeared sometime after the Civil War and had both a ton of swagger and a good bit of history a ...
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19th Century Desert Eagle: The mighty Howdah pistol of yesteryear
19th Century Desert Eagle: The mighty Howdah pistol of yesteryear
Many of us today think we have cornered the market on large bore pistols designed for the ultimate in self-defense or emergency backup while hunting dangerous game. If you think that's true, you don't know howdah. The con ...
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The beautiful Brugger and Thomet MP9 series and why it matters
The beautiful Brugger and Thomet MP9 series and why it matters
This compact family of pistols and personal defense weapons with a name that rhymes with nausea are one of the least known combat arms in the world-- but that shouldn't stop you from really digging on them. Why the B+T?Wh ...
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The "other" Mauser handguns: the Model 1910 and 1914 pocket pistols
The "other" Mauser handguns: the Model 1910 and 1914 pocket pistols
The Mauser brothers and their company, the famous Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken A.G. (DWM) concern, was perhaps the world's premier bolt-action rifle makers for decades and armed the military of their own country ...
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The classic Colt 1903, a forgotten hammerless
The classic Colt 1903, a forgotten hammerless
In the early 1900s, John Browning was perhaps the most prolific and most ground breaking firearms engineer of the day. As it turned out, he produced an all-steel, 24-ounce, 9-shot pocket pistol whose design is still very ...
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The .50-45 Hand cannon, as requested by Mr. Sherman
The .50-45 Hand cannon, as requested by Mr. Sherman
Thought by some War Nerds to be the most gifted U.S. general of the Civil War, William Tecumseh Sherman, had an idea for the ultimate hand cannon. This gun, firing a 350-grain half-inch wide bullet capable of felling a bu ...
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