Hands on With the New B&T APC9 SD

While at the NRAAM in Dallas I had the chance to play with the new B&T APC9 SD. Like all things B&T it just oozes quality. Many of the newer guns that claim to be integrally suppressed really just have a reflex suppressor that screws on the barrel and a rear bulkhead. Not the APC9 […]

New From B&T: GHM9 Compact

B&T has so many 9mm sub-guns on the market I’m starting to loose track of them. The newest member of the B&T family is the GHM9 Compact. I reviewed the full sized GHM9 earlier this year and really liked it…other than its inability to feed hollow points (an issue that has since been resolved). The compact […]

New from Tech Smith MFG: B&T Tailhook Brace Adapter

I really enjoy shooting my B&T TP9, which I reviewed here. I haven’t registered it as an SBR yet. I’m just not convinced it’s going to stay in my permanent collection. The main reason: its proprietary suppressor is just too expensive to use on only one weapon. Sure it’s a great suppressor, but if I’m going […]

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. […]