Handgun Reviews

This category covers all handgun reviews.

  • The FM Argentine Hi Power

    The great engineer and inventor of masterpieces of mechanical design, John Moses Browning, took steel, wood, and magic and blended them together to create some of the most treasured firearms in modern history. Best remembered for his 1911 design, the Hi-Power was one of his last gifts to us. The truth is that Browning contributed to the design by engineers at FN in Belgium finished it after his death, but let us not let that detract from the legend. Imminent gun writer and shootist Colonel...
  • Your TEOTWAWKI Handgun Choice

    TEOTWAWKI is the acronym for "The End of the World as we Know It"(Spoken as "Tee-ought-walk-ee" and 'Tee-oh-tee-whacky"). This scenario can be brought about by any number of apocalypses including massive urban riots, global warming, revolution/civil war, extended droughts, invasion, nuclear exchange, global pandemic, aliens (up to the reader to decide which kind), comets, EMP, zombies, hippies, bigfoot uprisings, giant radioactive ants, Nazis from secret moon bases...the list goes on and on....
  • Walther PPK

    Manufacturer - Walther The elegant lines of the legendary WALTHER PPK have caught the imagination of the entire world for over 75 years. Developed in 1931, the WALTHER PPK continues to thrill the shooting public, and the legend lives on. CALIBER .380 ACP BARREL LENGTH 3.3" DIMENSIONS inches, L/H/W 6.1/4.3/.98 WEIGHT w/o mag 20.8 oz. SIGHTS Fixed MAGAZINE CAPACITY 6 + 1 TRIGGER DA/SA TRIGGER WEIGHT lbs 13/4 PPK/S TECHNICAL DATA MODEL PPK/S VAH32001 PPK/S VAH38001 CALIBER .32 ACP .380 ACP...
  • 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 wheel-guns proceeds them in a prestigious manner. There's a reason they've been around for so long, they make good stuff! Smith & Wessons earlier attempts at the civilian and Mil/LEO semi-automatic pistol markets have been "hit-and-miss", if you will. Some models, such as the...
  • A Tan LCP

    With new and gee-whiz firearms coatings popping up left and right, I came to a crossroads in which I needed to make a choice. Here is the story of how I ended up with a rather sandy looking .380. My Ruger LCP dilemma So I carry a back-up gun from time to time in my line of work. Occasionally in street clothes as a normal CCW practitioner, I also sometimescannot carry a full-sized handgun comfortably without printing, especially in summer. This leaves me with one of the best compact .380s...
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