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SIG SAUER P229 Legion (courtesy

It’s been a hell of a ride recently. The Orlando massacre, two high-profile police-involved shootings, and the Dallas racist police attack. While the mainstream media has gone into full civilian disarmament mode the TTAG team has been reporting facts and fisking the torrent of anti-gun agitprop. As a result, we’ve been a bit “news heavy” hereabouts.

Have no fear: our gun writers are working on non-current events-related firearms content. While Nick’s up to his eyeballs in code — crafting on our commercially crucial customized email system — Jon Wayne Taylor, Jeremy S., myself, Joe Grine, Tyler, Dan, Sara and other freelancers are trying to pick-up the slack.

Meanwhile, we know that celebrating America’s gun culture is critical to defending our natural, civil and Constitutionally protected right to keep and bear arms. So, to increase actual gun stuff, we’re asking you, our Armed Intelligentsia, to contribute a gun review to the cause.

The review deemed best by our Managing Editor will receive one of the best handguns we’ve ever reviewed: RF’s personal, lightly-fired SIG SAUER P229 Legion. The very gun pictured above. But wait, there’s more! The second place entrant will receive $250 cash money. Third gets a box-fresh Benjamin ($100). Contest deadline: August 1.

A little homework first!

Click here to make sure TTAG hasn’t already reviewed the firearm you’d like to review. (Feel free to review an “old” gun.) Then click here for our gun review guidelines. In general, follow the format of any existing review. Don’t forget specs and star ratings! Humor and the occasional firearms-related digressions are a feature, not a bug.

Write it up, take great pics, send the text in the body of an email with jpegs attached to [email protected]. Put the words “GUN REVIEW” and the model reviewed in the subject bar, all caps. Like this: GUN REVIEW SIG SAUER P229 LEGION. Only not that one.

Bonus! TTAG’s looking to take on another gun reviewer. The pay sucks but the reviewer  gets testing and evaluation models — new guns! — to review. Not to mention the occasional junket and gear. We’ll choose one or maybe even two new writers based on the submissions. Good luck! And thanks for helping us tell the truth about guns.

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  1. I’d love to be a gun reviewer, i like to shoot, a lot! New guns to try out would be awesome any day of the week!

  2. CA resident. I’m legally allowed to review a flintlock musket. And only if I don’t show pictures and say nothing nice about the gun.

    In my last review I blame the Brown Bess musket for the extinction of the dinosaurs and climate change. Al Gore is flying me to Stockholm on his private jet for that bit of scientific genius.

    • Same here. I don’t own or have access to anything that hasn’t already been reviewed. And I don’t have the financial resources to acquire anything, either. Dammit.

  3. I’ve been holding out on my gun reviews for an appropriate prize. Now I have no excuses so I better make time to finish a couple.

  4. This is my frikkin’ dream job! Or side job slash hobby as the case may be.

    Expect an article from me.

  5. I like the FNP-40. It is good and shoots good bullets. The end.

    “You know my name, now GIMME MY MONEY!!!!” -Ol’ Dirty Bastard

  6. /Opens safe

    /gives stern eye to the hooligan firearms that are eyeing a quick escape


  7. What about different generations or models of guns you’ve reviewed like a first gen 941 Jericho “Baby Eagle” along with a comparison or a Star BM as opposed to [the big] Star B? (A little Hemingway for you there.)

  8. Now I’m kicking myself in the a$$ double for not reading my email for two weeks and blowing the chance to review the Cabot for TTAG.

    That would have made a damn fine entry for that drop-dead gorgeous Sig Legion.

    Yeah. I am dumbass…

  9. I think I have one… Does the firearm have to be in original configuration or can it just be a neat old gun?

  10. If I had an interesting gun that hadn’t already been reviewed, could turn a phrase, had an eye for detail, went shooting more and had some motivation, I’d do this.

  11. I’d really like to review that SIG so if you’ll just go ahead and send it to me I promise to write a really good review.

    • I’m sure you can do an awesome review of a Colt Pocket Hammer in .38 ACP, or something equally cool.

  12. What qualifies a gun for review? That it exists? That it is or was a production model at one time? Or is it open to anything, say something built to spec? Or limited runs long since gone?

      • So, then we’re good for a .22 pistol conversion kit review, so long as you have not already reviewed it?

  13. Now that I live in NY I need about 2 months notice before “they” allow me to buy a firearm that isn’t already on the reviewed list. Unless I go behind the office building I work in and buy one on the street for $200 tomorrow.

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