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WilsonCQB

Wilson Combat CQB

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The M1911 pistol design has been around for 102 years. It is a proven design that has seen service with the armed forces of as many as 75 different countries and has been in the US Military’s arsenal since its inception. At least 40 companies produce a version of the M1911 pistol. In this review […]

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Beretta 92 A1

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The Beretta 92 A1 is a variant of the trusted, tried and true 92 series 9mm. The main difference between the two is that the 92 A1 has a Picatinny rail (also known as a MIL-STD-1913 rail), on which can be mounted a laser or light. You can see a combination laser/light mounted in the additional photos […]

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Glock22

Glock 22

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The Glock pistol took the shooting world by storm when it rolled out in 1982. Its polymer frame was a radical idea at the time and lead to misconceptions that the pistol could be smuggled through an airport metal detector (a ridiculous notion as the slide assembly contains over 1 pound of steel). However, the […]

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Sig Sauer P232

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The most beautiful handgun ever? Ok, I know this pistol is modeled after the Walther PP… but I’d venture to say Sig Sauer did it one better. This gun is gorgeous, especially in all stainless. And yes, it’s only a .380, but man does it feel good in the hand (especially with the Hogue grips […]

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Springfield XD-9

Springfield XD-9 Sub-Compact

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The Springfield XD-9 Sub-Compact is a 9mm polymer handgun. From the factory, it comes in a hard gun case with 2 magazines: 1 regular and 1 extended 2-stack magazine. The regular magazine holds 9 rounds while the extended holds 16 rounds. Many would consider this handgun a “hybrid.” That is, it has some of the best features of […]

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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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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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HK P30

HK P30

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The Heckler & Koch P30-series of pistols was developed by HK as an evolution of the company’s Universal Self-loading Pistol (USP) and its later P2000. The USP was a scaled-down version of the Mk23 pistol designed for US SOCCOM. The USP had a few drawbacks as HK went with a proprietary mounting rail which severely […]

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