TBT: Popular September Threads from the Past
TBT: Popular September Threads from the Past
Hey FirearmsTalk.com members! Ever wonder what the forum was talking about in years past? We're continuing Throwback Thursday and taking you back to 2007 and 2009. These historic threads cover everything from 9mm vs. 40 c ...
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TBT: How to Tell Someone You Are a CCW Holder
TBT: How to Tell Someone You Are a CCW Holder
When was the last time you needed to tell someone you were a CCW holder? Many of the members that make up FirearmsTalk.com are CCW holders and are responsible when carrying a concealed firearm. But, it doesn't hurt to bru ...
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Hi-Point Highlight: Paul Markel on Debunking
Hi-Point Highlight: Paul Markel on Debunking 'Hi-Point Haters'
You have probably heard the debate as to whether or not Hi-Points are good weapons for personal/home defense. In this article, Markel, a United States Marine, police officer, professional bodyguard, and small arms and tac ...
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GlockForum.com Highlight: 4 New Glock Aftermarket Items
GlockForum.com Highlight: 4 New Glock Aftermarket Items
Hey Glock fans! Have you heard about the recent releases in aftermarket upgrades? This article highlights four in particular (Haley Skimmer OEM trigger, OA conversion/extended threaded barrels, Saurez International slides ...
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Member Monday: September 14
Member Monday: September 14
Welcome to the very first Member Monday!Each Monday, I'll post this quick little interview with a member of the community to shine a light on the great people who make up FirearmsTalk.com.Today's guest, winds-of-change, ...
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The relic firearms from Ground Zero in New York and what they mean
The relic firearms from Ground Zero in New York and what they mean
Up until 2001, the month of September was one that meant back to school, the end of baseball season, and the start of football. Now it has come to mean something different. The attacks of September 11, the current generat ...
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SEAL fun gun, the Heckler and Koch MP7 personal defensive weapon
SEAL fun gun, the Heckler and Koch MP7 personal defensive weapon
Although it's been around for going on 15 years, the MP7, with its proprietary cartridge and styling that would make it home in a Luc Besson movie, is one of the cooler room brooms out there. WhyCIA intelligence coming ou ...
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My beat up old Airweight, and why I love it
My beat up old Airweight, and why I love it
In the 1950s Smith and Wesson gave the Colt Detective Special a run for its money when they introduced the J-frame snub, and the Airweight 642, building on that legacy, has been one of my favorite carry guns for decades. ...
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The mouse that roared The Beretta 21A pocket plinker
The mouse that roared The Beretta 21A pocket plinker
Going back to 1952, the Italian firearms firm of P Beretta in Gardone came up with a pocket-sized handgun that proved extremely popular, that gun, the 950 Jetfire is still around in one form or another, to include the her ...
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The wonderful FN Browning 1900, and its many imitators
The wonderful FN Browning 1900, and its many imitators
John Moses Browning's first semi-auto handgun was one of the best ever made and, regardless of whether you call it the Browning No.1, the FN Mle. 1900 or the M1900, it has a very interesting (some would say infamous) stor ...
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