Confederate Revolvers: J. H. Dance & Brothers

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Revolvers made by Dance are some of the most distinctive guns to come out of the south. While they are copied from the Colt Dragoon, they differ in a very…

Raven Arms MP-25: The ‘Saturday Night Special’ Reloaded

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Reader Practical Shooter writes: We’re all too aware of how big an impact the economy and the various industrial downturns have had on friends, neighbors, family, and ourselves. Current trends…

Gear Review: CZ Scorpion Evo Carbine Handguard

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CZ-USA is beginning to send Scorpion Evo Carbine handguards out into the market as a stand-alone product. The likely purchaser will be the Scorp Evo Pistol / SBR owner who…

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Gun Review: SIG SAUER P938

In recent years there has certainly been no shortage of sub-compact, “pocket-sized” 9mm pistols to choose from. Market demand has spoken, and manufacturers have answered with available products. However, if…

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Gun Review: Heckler & Koch VP9

HK is no stranger to striker-fired pistols, but it’s been a while since they’ve designed a new one — close to four decades. With the VP9 hot off the presses, the…

Gun Review: Walther PPQ M2 .22 LR

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Joe and I both really enjoyed Walther’s PPQ M2 5″ in 9mm. Actually, Joe is still enjoying it since he couldn’t bring himself to return the loaner and decided, instead,…

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Gun Review: SPHINX SDP Compact VS. CZ P-07

A departure from your traditional gun review, what follows is more of a “shootout.” It’s a review of the SPHINX SDP Compact Alpha through the lens of how it compares…

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Gun Review: NAA Mini Revolver

In the world of production firearms, there aren’t many smaller than the offerings from North American Arms. Its Guardian series is about as petite as semi-automatic pistols come, and I…

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What Could Possibly Go Wrong? Perpendicular Pistol Bayonet Edition

Here’s the scenario: you’re kicking in doors in a village in the sandbox, when your M4 gets a double-feed and you transition to your M9. After swappping shots with Johnny…

Ask Foghorn: What Makes a Good Trigger?

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Our fearless leader received an email from one of our readers. “It seems people are always complaining about this trigger or that, or talking up the smooth-as-butter qualities of some high-end…

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The Massad Ayoob Chronicles, Part IV

Okay campers, it’s time for the ‘red meat’ portion of the interview. Fasten your seat belts…it’s gonna be a bumpy flight, as we tackle Gabe Suarez, flying with guns, and…