Home Handguns Unboxing the MasterPiece Arms Protector .380 Handguns Unboxing the MasterPiece Arms Protector .380 By Robert Farago - March 22, 2011 6 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Nighthawk Custom Guns: Custom Gun Capabilities For A Perfect Build Black Aces Tactical Releases the Alpha-9 Pistol Obscure Object of Desire – PJK-9HP FP9 FEG Hi-Power 6 COMMENTS I’m all for a John Locke treatise with each gun. That would definitely be an improvement over the legal boilerplate and ass-covering in three languages we usually get with each new boomstick. Reply Also when you run out of ammo, you can throw the book at them. Reply Safety tip, you should have racked the slide as soon as you removed the gun from the box! I still remember the post you ran awhile back about some fool shipping a loaded gun (I know it’s rare, but as Henri at AFS always says “Safety comes first”). I don’t like small guns and that trigger appears to be a tough one. I can’t spend a half hour attempting to shoot someone, and even my 500’s have a better trigger pull than that lil mouse. I look forward to the actual test firing that I’m sure you will perform sometime soon. Reply “Trigger pull is oh about 40 pounds” LOL Reply That may not really be a forty pound trigger, but it looks to be an honest fourteen. The magazine release will be difficult to operate inadvertently, though. Reply A very articulate intro and I can hardly wait ’till you shoot it. From what I hear there are a number of these in circulation now and some of them work. Encouraging. I lost interest in them when told that production delays were based on “waiting for a part” but had read on the company site that “all parts (except springs) are made in-house.” It was a case of cognitive dissonace decreasing concupicience-figuratively speaking. Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.