Gun Review: Remington Mohawk 600 in 6mm Rem

(This is a reader gun review contest entry, click here for more details.) By Russ C in Alaska I am a lifelong hunter/shooter and an avid reader of TTAG since the days of Sandy Hook. I’ve long wanted to do a gun review but didn’t own any firearms that everybody didn’t already know about. Also, I’m […]

Quote of the Day: Tell That to New Jersey Edition

“It can’t be mandatory — the issue is too inflamed for that. But if a fingerprint-activation gun grip was on the market, you’d have moms in homes with small children pressuring their husbands to get one. It would take off.” – Washington CeaseFire president Ralph Fascittelli in Washington smart gun push ignores key issues [at mynorthwest.com]

Gun Review: Benelli Vinci

(This is a reader gun review contest entry, click here for more details.) By Travis Arnold Enter stage left, the Benelli Vinci, a gun hyped to revolutionize the shotgun world with its state of the art technology. For months prior to its release, it was shrouded in secrecy and teased to the masses by Benelli’s PR […]

Gun Review: Beretta 92 FS Compact L

(This is a reader gun review contest entry, click here for more details.) By Chris Valle Fabbrica d’Armi Pietro Beretta, founded in 1526, is the oldest firearms manufacturer still producing today. Over the last 450 years Beretta has gained a reputation as a high quality manufacturer of arms; from easily and cheaply produced submachine guns for […]

Why the Army Will Choose the Beretta M9A3

Reader SACorey writes: Speculation about the upcoming U.S. Army pistol evaluations and Beretta’s new M9A3 abounds. The Army says they want a new modular handgun to replace the venerable 9mm Beretta, but if history is any indication, the guidelines put forth for the evaluation process are meaningless. All the murky visions in everyone’s crystal balls […]

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