Gun Review: B&T GHM9 9mm Pistol

According to B&T’s website, “We are producing weapons, accessories and suppressors for police, military, special units, and some qualified private shooters.” Here in the U.S., most of B&T’s Swiss-made guns hover around the $2,000 mark. So whatever qualifications B&T had in mind, add the word “financially.” That’s a lot of money for a non-competition oriented pistol. […]

New From Dead Air and KNS Precision: Flip-Up Suppressor Sights

A typical centerfire pistol silencer, like Dead Air’s Ghost-M, is about 1.375″ in diameter. When installed on a threaded pistol barrel, it’s often taller than the sights and can obscure view of the target. Tall sights are a simple solution. But they aren’t without drawbacks, such as holster incompatibility and snagging. Dead Air, in conjunction […]

New from Cimarron: Colt 1847 Texas Ranger Walker .44 Black Powder Repeating Pistol

Press release:  Fredericksburg, Texas (February 2018) – Cimarron Firearms, recognized as the leader in quality and authenticity in Old West replica firearms, continue to honor American lawmen with their exact replica of the 1847 Texas Ranger Walker .44 black powder repeating pistol . . . One of the largest and most powerful ever manufactured, the Cimarron version will […]

Hands On with the Walther PPQ SC (Sub-Compact)

Thanks to its great trigger, reliable function, and notable accuracy, Walther’s PPQ series has been a huge hit. But it’s a big gun that’s less than ideal for concealed carry. Walther’s aiming to fix this with their new-for-2018 PPQ Sub-Compact . . . It’s everything shooters like from the PPQ, but less filling. Not that […]

Palmetto State Armory MP5 Clone Revealed

Palmetto State Armory (PSA) is working on an MP5 clone. The demand is there — price dependent (as always). So I had corralled a PSA rep at SHOT Show and asked about the rumor that PSA’s MP5 will run around $600. Nope. #aintgonnahappen. Nor should it . . . Building a reliable MP5 is much […]

NSSF: Unload Your Gun Before You Get in Your Car

The civilian disarmament industrial complex has taken to highlighting “irresponsible” gun owners who leave firearms in their cars — only to have them (the guns) stolen and used by criminals. Cops too! In response, the National Shooting Sports Foundation has produced a Firearms Safety in Vehicles. Among its recommendations . . . – When finished […]

New From Smith & Wesson: M&P380 Shield EZ

I like it! There’s a real need for semi-auto pistols that are easy to operate and low on recoil, and it sounds like Smith’s new M&P380 Shield EZ fills that niche. It’s apparently easy-to-rack, easy-to-load, easy-to-clean, and easy-to-shoot. EZ press release follows . . . M&P® Introduces M&P380 Shield™ EZ™ Pistol New M&P380 Shield EZ pistol features easy-to-rack slide, easy to load magazine […]

Gun Review: Kimber Camp Guard 10mm 1911

Kimber America is a proud sponsor of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. In 2010, Kimber and RMEF co-branded a line of 84L rifles. This year, Kimber donated $50k to the wilderness preservation organization and co-branded a new 1911, the Kimber Camp Guard. The Camp Guard is a 10mm 1911 with the RMEF logo carved into Rosewood […]

.9mm Still Deadly!

TTAG’s reported on the large number of firearms-related crimes involving .9mm handguns. But not recently. In the interests of bringing the prevalence of this highly dangerous caliber back into sharp focus, here’s a roundup of news stories where .9mm rears its ugly if diminutive head . . . Upper Darby man shot dead in domestic […]

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