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Video: Determining Your Natural Point Of Aim

Thursday, December 14th 2017 03:38 PM

Learn how to find your natural point of aim and improve your handgun shooting proficiency. This skill will help you develop consistency in accuracy.

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The Basepad Extension and Inter-Loc System from MBX Extreme offer speed and stability for all genres of shooting.

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Barely 10 percent larger than a Colt Mustang .380 ACP, the new 6+1 capacity Kimber Micro 9 measures 6.1 inches in overall length, 4.07 inches in height and weighs 15.6 ounces.

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Springfield Armory has taken their mastery of small gun ergonomics in a new direction with the release of the XD-E. The E stands for external hammer, which is a feature many people look for in a carry gun. If you are in the “don’t trust strikers” crowd, this gun was absolutely made for you.

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The .450 Bushmaster is one of three “thumper” rounds most commonly chambered in the AR-15 platform (the .458 SOCOM and the .50 Beowulf complete the trio). The quest for the perfect AR-15 cartridge is ongoing, but that hasn’t stopped manufacturers from implementing these powerful rounds in other platforms.

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A Classic Reborn: The Beretta 92 Compact 9mm—Full Review

Tuesday, December 12th 2017 01:08 PM

To this day, my trusty Beretta 92 FS is among my favorites. Well used, with holster wear on all the rights spots, I can pretty much guarantee that it’s never going to leave my “go-to” collection. In fact, I’ve bought a second threaded barrel so I can shoot it suppressed and added Crimson Trace Lasergrips to modernize it a bit. Given my good experience with the full size 92 FS, I was keen to try the new and smaller 92 Compact model.

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Springfield Armory is bringing out a new EMP for SHOT Show 2017, called the 4” Lightweight Champion Concealed Carry Contour Model. This new pistol is based on the EMP that was first introduced in 2007. The original EMP is a truly unique gun, as it solves a problem that had been around for about 80 years: How do you make a 9mm run reliably in a 1911 platform?

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This gun is not cheap, but if you value quality fit and finish along with great design and the best trigger in its class, you owe this gun a look. To those who say “Well, I can buy a polymer revolver, or this other revolver, and slick it up on the kitchen table,” well, good for you. I doubt it will ever be this nice. It certainly won’t have this great a trigger. Oh, and it will still probably only have five rounds. So, take my advice and give this one a close look.

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NEW: Non-NFA 14-inch Remington 870 TAC-14 Now In 20 Gauge

Monday, December 11th 2017 02:23 PM

Like a Desert Eagle, a two barrel 1911, and a Smith and Wesson 500, it is not the most practical thing around. But the price is right. Those other toys cost thousands. The TAC-14 has an MSRP of $443. It is fun, and for certain defensive situations, it is useful. The 14-inch barrel throws a pattern that surprised me, opening up to almost a foot square by 7 meters. Even the 5-meter pattern was respectable.

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A 41-Round Shotgun? Kel-Tec KSG-25 — Full Review

Monday, December 11th 2017 02:01 PM

Overall, I think this is a great scattergun. Kel-Tec continues to impress me with innovation, and the KSG-25 is no different. If you are in the tactical shotgun market, both models of KSG deserve a look.

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