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Hand Guns

  • Review: LWRC SMG-45 Pistol, America’s Newest Tommy Gun

    Everyone loves submachine guns. Unfortunately, civilians cannot own modern submachine guns due to current US laws. Luckily, most manufacturers make pistol-caliber carbines in an attempt to scratch that itch. Pistol-caliber carbines are handy with little recoil, making them extremely fun to shoot.  A Star Is Born Land Warfare Resources Corporation...
  • Double-Action vs. Single-Action Handguns

    When it comes to hammer-fired pistols, there are two main firing mechanism categories: single-action and double action.  Single-Action Revolver The simplest single-action handguns are single-action revolvers. Cocking the hammer moves the next round into position to be fired. Because of this conscious action of retracting (cocking) the hammer, single-action revolvers...
  • The Latest Wonder Nine, Reviewing the IWI Masada

    The American pistol scene is awash with polymer-framed, striker-fired handguns. In a boringly homogeneous market, the advent of pistol-mounted miniature red dot sights (RDS) is a real game-changer. Folks have custom milled their pistol slides for miniature red dot sights (RDS) for some time. Most companies listened to the plight...
  • Alloy Frame F.N. Browning Hi-Power

    If Fabrique Nationale’s (F.N). FAL rifle was the “right arm of the Free World” during the Cold War, surely its sidearm counterpart was the Browning Hi-Power Pistol. In a world of single stack magazine-fed semi-autos, the Hi-Power offered 13 rounds of firepower in a double-stack magazine. This feature, while novel...

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