CZ-75

CZ-75

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The CZ-75 is a 9mm semi-automatic pistol made by Česká Zbrojovk (CZ) in the Czech Republic. CZ is known for very good quality at reasonable prices. The particular model shown here is known as the Pre-B, because it was made before the second generation CZ-75. CZ later changed the styling of this model gun to include a squared […]

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Taurus Judge

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The first thing you notice about the Taurus Judge is the size. This revolver looks like a solid hunk of steel, and it pretty much is. This weapon was clearly not designed to be concealed. Picking the weapon up you can definitely feel some heft, but you also feel a very comfortable ribbed rubber grip. […]

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Sig P250

Sig Sauer P250

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The Sig P250 is one of Sig Sauer’s first polymer frame pistols. The P250 is a hammer-fired, double action only (DAO) weapon chambered in either 9mm, 40 S&W, 45 acp and of course 357 SIG. The Sig P250 comes in three sizes: Full Size, Compact and Sub-compact. Well, what actually makes the P250 different is […]

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Beretta M92

Beretta M92

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In the late 1970s, the US Military evaluated various pistols chambered in 9mm Parabellum to replace the venerable M1911A1 which was chambered in 45 ACP in order to comply with the NATO standard for handgun caliber to increase capacity from the M1911A1’s 7-rounds. By 1986 the US Military decided on the Beretta M92 and designated […]

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